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Sunday, November 16, 2008

Charcoal Fried Hokkien Mee

We have visited this eatery joint few years ago, since then we have stopped eating at that place even though we like the food there. We are just unwilling to waste a lot of time waiting for the food as it is always crowded. We have decided to revisit the place again to taste the food last Saturday. Their famous charcoal fried Hokkien Mee did not disappoint us, however we need to wait for almost 45minutes before we are served with the food even though there are not many customers in the shop. The coffee shop is a bit run-down. The serving is a bit small. However, the quality of the food served still remained over the years. We do not recommend this place for impatient food lovers looking for good food in a nice environment and expecting good service.

Corner shop along Jalan 17/25, Petaling Jaya, Selangor, Malaysia


November 15, 2008. Dinner for a family of five

We ordered a plate of Charcoal Fried Hokkien Mee and "wah tan hor" to be shared among five of us.
We also ordered a bowl of Chinese Ramen Noodles.

How much?
The Charcoal Fried Hokkien Mee and "wah tan hor" cost RM10.00 each.
The Chinese Ramen Noodles cost RM5.00.

The chilly and sambal ( chilly paste with grined dried prawns and belacan ) provided.

Charcoal Fried Hokkien Mee.

"wah tan hor"
Basically, it is fried koay teow served along with gravy made of starch and eggs.

In the same restaurant, there is a stall selling Chinese Ramen Noodles, Chinese Dumplings etc.

We ordered a bowl of Ramen Noodles.
The noodles is very smooth and starchy. The noodles is served with stewed pork, lettuce, tomatoes and spring onions.
The soup is clear and simple, not overdoned. It goes perfect with the noodles.

1. The Charcoal Fried Hokkien Mee and "wah tan hor"
What makes these food different from others is that it is fried using charcoal, instead of natural gas which made it taste better and gave the 'ummph' factor. However, the size of the serving was a disappointment.

2. Chinese Ramen Noodle
It was plain and simple, but it definitely tastes good and unique.

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