Information from Ka-Soh Gourmet Paradise
Fish head noodles (RM 18 serving for two). Once the cover is lid up, we were amused by the oh-so-good smell. Chunks of deep fried fish head and fish slices are served with a thicker version of rice noodles. The fishes enriched the sweet flavour of the soup. Ka-Soh fish serves authenthic fish head noodles where no milk or evaporated milk is added to create the dense and creamy soup. Instead, the milky white soup came from the boiling of Toman fish bones for hours. Chinese people believe that Toman fish has the ability to heal wounds after operation. We lapped up the soup till the last drop.
Next up, another signature dish of Ka-Soh, prawn paste chicken (RM13). The chicken pieces are marinated with a special prawn paste and deep fried till it is golden brown. The skin is soooooooo crispy but yet the meat inside remain tender. A very good snack for booze session.
We enjoyed our dinner that night even though initially we wanted to dine at Vintry so much. The ambience was casually comfortable and the serving staff were attentive towards our needs.
There are three branches in Malaysia: Bukit Bintang, Medan Damansara and Mid Valley City. Be there to savour a bowl of yummy liciousfish head noodles.