Mama Chen ate this @ Kedai Kopi Tian Tian
Served with dashes of freshly cut and squeezed lime, the generous portions seem to disappear swiftly down into the stomach. Fresh fish done in different forms, I am delighted to report that there doesnt seem to be any artificial flavouring at all. Many people I know would take extra helpings of soup as well as the potent chilli mixture!
John Wong ate this @ Lee Wong Kee Seafood Restaurant
Not cheap, but served with quality fish somehow makes the price worth it. You can choose to have your noodles (mee, mee hoon, kuey teow) in nutritious tomato soup served with any part of the fish (fish head, lip and stuff) or fish products such as fish ball. Although i dislike soup based dishes, this one manages to catch my attention as a healthy lunch full with the goodness of fresh ingredients. You can even ask for the higher end fish if you want but beware of a RM10 fish noodle :P