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      • Stayin’ strong…
        Stayin’ strong…
        1. Jun 3, 2021
        2. suituapui.wordpress.com
        3. Review

        This time around, I found it to be over-generous with the curry powder and very strong in the fragrances and taste of the Indian spices used, both in the rice and in the curry. Unlike before, it was super spicy but of course, we did not have a problem with that.

      • So this is it…
        So this is it…
        1. Apr 22, 2021
        2. suituapui.wordpress.com
        3. Review

        Yes, I could taste the original flavour of the Maggi kari and its spiciness but no, sad to say, I was not overwhelmed unlike those people who seem to love this so much and keep praising it to the skies. I loved the green vegetables in my order and other than those, there were bits of minced meat and char siew, cut into thin strips and egg. All in all, I would say it was good enough to want to have it again but given a choice, I would much sooner go for something else.

      • What on earth…
        What on earth…
        1. Apr 4, 2021
        2. suituapui.wordpress.com
        3. Review

        I counted five, all very fresh, very succulent and firm and sweet…but all of them were very small and they could have garnished the dish with a sprinkling of chopped spring onion and/or daun sup (Chinese celery) and a few bits of sliced fresh, red chili for a bit of colour.

      • Out and about…
        Out and about…
        1. Apr 1, 2021
        2. suituapui.wordpress.com
        3. Review

        The instant the plate of noodles (RM4.00)…was served, I was swept away by the very strong and most delightful wok hei fragrance. Gee, this is going to be good, I thought! Unfortunately, my excitement was short-lived. This was cooked by frying the noodles in the intense heat of the wok and after that, the sauce/gravy was cooked and poured all over the noodles. Personally, I prefer the moon (braised) method and when they cook the mee this way, I like the sauce dark, not pale like this. Other than that, the mee was a bit on the firm/hard side, not soft enough for me

      • Once bitten, twice shy…
        Once bitten, twice shy…
        1. Feb 28, 2021
        2. suituapui.wordpress.com
        3. Review

        It was rather obvious that they were not very generous with the sambal unlike what we see in the photo and anyway, it was not very nice so it was no big deal that they gave just a spoonful of it. I loved the super spicy one at McD – this one sure paled in comparison.

      • Try another one…
        Try another one…
        1. Jan 15, 2021
        2. suituapui.wordpress.com
        3. Review

        The noodles (RM7.00)…came soon enough and yes, it was not too bad. Their own handmade noodles could have been less firmer – I thought it was a little on the hard side and personally, I wouldn’t mind if they had used our local alkaline-free not-so-yellow noodles instead. They were very generous with the beef and yes, it was tender enough – I did not have a problem with it.

      • Long, long, long…
        Long, long, long…
        1. Jan 4, 2021
        2. suituapui.wordpress.com
        3. Review

        The steamed chicken…was great and the orange-coloured one was very good too. I liked how the guy would debone the chicken drumstick and slice the meat into bite-sizes and serve it on top of the bone.

      • Little…
        Little…
        1. Jan 2, 2021
        2. suituapui.wordpress.com
        3. Review

        I could detect the very strong fragrance and taste of lard in the noodles but I wished they had cooked it a bit longer – it was hard, not soft enough for my liking and my first impression was that the rising prices of shallots and spring onions have taken their toll on the barely noticeable garnishing and no, there was no complimentary soup that came with the bowl of noodles, nice or otherwise.

      • Two-way…
        Two-way…
        1. Dec 31, 2020
        2. suituapui.wordpress.com
        3. Review

        As far as the texture of the bread went, I would say that it was pretty much the same as most of the modern-day bakeries here in Sibu, not old school like the roti paun I bought at the kampung stall that day. Having said that, I must say that the filling is a cut above many that I have eaten here. The butter milk filling, for instance, is more fragrant and not so dry as some of those here. I loved the custard filling that that nice-looking cylindrical bun and the spicy meat floss on top of the one on the right was really good. I don’t think I ever came across anything like that here. The big one was meat floss and chicken sausages and whatever else, nice too but I think that would not be so hard to find here.

      • Out of the way…
        Out of the way…
        1. Dec 20, 2020
        2. suituapui.wordpress.com
        3. Review

        Yes, I would say that I did enjoy it but no, it was nothing like any kolo mee that I had had before in Kuching or anywhere else. Like what the guy in the video clip said, it was suan suan tian tian (sour sour sweet sweet). I might have eaten kolo mee that was sweet because of the red char siew sauce added but it would not be sour unless I poured in the vinegar in the pickled chili. I loved the fried pian sip (dumplings) and there was REAL char siew and of course, I enjoyed the innards in the special.

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