[Non-halal] Teochew seafood noodles, anyone? Teochew Seafood Noodle House is located next to Atria Shopping Gallery in Damansara Jaya.
Although the restaurant has been operating for more than 30 years, we’ve never noticed it due to its nondescript façade and lack of signages.
We recently found out that it is one of a few restaurants in PJ which serves Teochew seafood noodles (besides the very popular B & Best in SS4) and decided to try it for the first time.
Teochew Seafood Noodle House in Damansara Jaya
The restaurant is on one of the inner roads within the commercial square in Damansara Jaya.
As the name indicates, the establishment mainly sells seafood noodles here.
Similar to B & Best, as you are able to customise your noodle bowl by choosing whatever fresh seafood that is available for that day.
Special items here includes fresh dragon tiger grouper fillet, homemade fish balls, Yong Tau Foo pieces, pomfret and fish cakes.
Fresh grouper fillets and bouncy fish balls
We opted for two bowls of noodles during our first visit here.
For the first bowl, we ordered the noodle soup with grouper fillets, fish balls, stuffed lady finger, and additional vegetables – which costs us RM30.
The five, thick pieces of grouper fillets were fresh and naturally sweet. We liked that the fillets did not contain any bones, and they were cooked nicely to yield a firm but flaky texture.
The fish balls were delicious too as they had a nice bounce with sufficient fish taste.
Soup is on the clear side
The soup is on the clear side with accents from seaweed, preserved radish and fried shallots. Max preferred less shallots as he thought that it coloured the soup’s natural flavour too much, but Ming thought the combination was just right and complemented the soupy broth very nicely.
The additional stuffed lady finger, lettuce and choy sum also added some sweetness to the soup.
As for the Dry Noodles (RM8.80 with only fish balls), they are seasoned with a light soy sauce mix and topped with more fried shallots.
These are not the tastiest dry noodles in town, but it does the job to accompany the soup and fresh seafood.
Finally, we thought the freshly fried Fish Cake (RM7) was decent, as they had a good bounce and were not overly salty. However, the skin is not as crispy as the one at B & Best, if our memory serves us well.
Overall, we enjoy the seafood noodles here and like that we can customise our bowls with the various ingredients.
We have returned to this restaurant a few times since our first visit, and every bowl has been consistently good. We have also ordered takeaway for our mom who enjoys the noodles a lot as well. Senior-approved!
Opting for fish pieces does result in a pricier bowl, but we feel it corresponds with the amount given. For those who prefer a cheaper option, go for their fish balls and yong tau foo pieces.
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Teochew Seafood Noodle House
Address: 10, Jalan SS 22/21, Damansara Jaya, 47400 Petaling Jaya, Selangor
Hours: 7am-6pm Daily
Phone: 03-7725 9139