Tomato based noodles with fried fish fillet, one of the signature noodles from SK Seafood Noodles Restaurant, Bukit Tinggi, Klang.
Something different to explore when you are in Klang apart from the must-eat Bak Kut Teh.
SK Seafood Noodles, served up variety of seafood noodles, rice, porridge, amongst others.
Check-out their menu, they serve variety of fish noodles and rice too.
The variety of broth for noodles, superior, tomyum, yam based and of course their signature (no-milk) tomato-based.
They served porridge and glass noodle in claypot, with fish fillet or fish head at your preference (fried or non-fried).
Apart from noodles, they served rice too, Pork Chop rice, Kung Po Fish rice, Ginger slice fish fillet rice amongst others.
Tomato Fish Noodles - Yummy
For a person, non-dairy preference and love of tomato & (not to mention) a scare of fishy smell and fishes with lots of bones. This gem is a perfect find & combo for me.
They been around for at least a decade, surviving thru the hardship of pandemic havoc (we seen many of eateries that didn’t make it).
Their tomato broth, was refreshing, tangy and savory. You’ll find pieces of soften and crushed onion and tomatoes in the broth too, its blend well with the rice vermicelli. When its serve hot, yummy the tangy and tomato (non-milk) flavour pleased one palate (for me at least).
They have this weekly special too, do check out what’s new for the week on their board.
Not forgetting their home-made chili sauce, which blend well with the dishes. It’s fresh, not too spicy & sweet sour flavor, goes well with the noodles.
The restaurant is clean and spacious. The foods are good, fish is fresh and broth is awesomely delicious.
Bukit Tinggi No. 41, Jalan Bayu Tinggi 2A, Batu Unjur, Klang, (Beside Dolphin Hotel), 41200 Klang, Selangor.
Monday to Thursday 9.30am to 3.30pm
Friday, Saturday & Sunday 9.30am to 3.30pm and 5.30pm to 9.30pm