• Address

    Ground Floor No.172, Jln Changkat Tambi Dollah
    Off Jalan Pudu
    55100 Kuala Lumpur.
  • Opening hour

    9:00AM - 9:00PM
  • Contact number

    03-2143 3477
  • Email

  • Price / Fee

    [1 year ago]
    Braised Pork with Soup (RM10.50) ‧ Crispy Fish Cake (RM5.50) ‧ Fish Ball Noodles (dry version) (RM8) ‧ Fried "Fu Chuk" (bean curd sheets) (RM1.60) ‧ Fried "Tau Pok" (bean curd puffs) (RM2.50) ‧ Grouper Kuey Teow (RM15) ‧ Iced White Coffee (RM3.50) ‧ Stuffed Eggplant (RM1.60)
  • Signature Dishes

    Fish Ball Noodles
  • Websites

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Restaurant Ah Koong Sdn. Bhd. is a well-known fish ball noodle specialist not only in Malaysia but Singapore.
Our special made pure fish balls contain no preservative, crispy and delicious. We also serve "yong tauhu", fish soup and porridge, fresh oyster soup, abalone soup, "laksa" and etc.

Questions and Tips

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  • 1 year ago

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Likes: Dry noodle. Must have it with the belacan!
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  • 1 year ago
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Ah Koong Restaurant @ Pudu

Still a very decent option if you want fish ball noodles with a side order of pork (that's not available at their other branches of AK Noodle House)...kikiki! :D

Your best bet would be to stick to the fish ball noodles and yong tau foo, especially the fried (inverted) tau pok and fish cake, and nothing else really.
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