Updated: 5 days ago
Located just a few steps from the archway of Tan Hiok Nee Heritage Walk (陈旭年文化街), Kedai Makanan Sang Heng (甡興茶餐室) specialises in old-taste traditional Teochew fishball noodles and has been around for more than 80 years.
Diners can choose the desired size of the dish, the type of noodle, dry or soup version and the sauce to go with. The types of noodle available include kway teow (flat white noodle), mee pok (flat yellow noodle), mee kia (fine yellow noodle), lao shu fen (short thick vermicelli) and coarse yellow noodle. A list of Teochew braised varieties (潮州卤料) are also available as add-ons.
On my first visit, I ordered their kway teow soup (small, RM8) and yam spring roll (芋头春卷, RM3.30). Apart from their handmade fishballs, the simple noodle soup dish came with slices of fishcake, minced pork, small shrimps, bean sprouts and topped with chopped spring onions and crispy fried pork lard. The soup was nicely-done with dark soy sauce (my choice, of course).
And the yam spring roll was really nice! It was nicely-fried, savoury and not too heavy as compared to meat spring roll (ngoh heong).
I noticed they have braised duck meat too. I will want to try that on the next visit.
Kedai Makanan Sang Heng (甡興茶餐室)
7, Jalan Tan Hiok Nee, Bandar Johor Bahru, 80000 Johor Bahru, Johor, Malaysia
7am to 2pm | Closed on Friday