AddressLorong Sungai Merah 2C
Price / FeeChar mee, tam (fried noodles, wet/with gravy (RM4) ‧ Fried bihun (RM3.50) ‧ Fried mee (RM4.50) ‧ Iced red bean with grass jelly (RM3.50) ‧ Kampua mee (RM3.00) ‧ Kompia (RM1.00) ‧ Kopi-o-peng (iced coffee, black) (RM1.50) ‧ Kway teow goreng (fried) (RM3.50) ‧ Pian sip mee pok (RM3.00)
Signature DishesKampua mee
DishesFried kway teow
[1 year ago]
Kampua mee ‧ Pian sip, dry
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All’s well that ends…That morning, it was the brother who asked me to come along and he had the pian sip mee pok (RM3.00)…from the kampua mee stall there.
Up & down…Anyway, I saw that they had kompia so I ordered three (RM1.00 each)… theirs is deep-fried which I prefer to the ones elsewhere where they toast them in the oven (toaster) as those can be a bit hard and do not taste as great. Somehow, some things taste better, deep-fried.
Yes, they were nice, lots of minced meat filling…inside but considering that the three cost just as much as a more filling plate of kampua mee, I probably would not be coming back for more all that soon.
Not what I had in mind…The bihun (RM3.50)…tasted great though, a little spicy and I only had to fork out an extra 50 sen for the egg.
Anything good…I remember the kway teow goreng (fried) we had from the Muslim stall here…was very nice so I ordered that to see if the one here was any good. It looked all right (RM3.50)…and tasted all right too but then again, the fried kway teow elsewhere, never mind if it is at a Chinese or a Muslim stall, is all right too…and for that same price, the one I mentioned earlier came with one fried egg but that was in 2016 – with the escalating prices of things these days, I would not be at all surprised if it cost more now.
You’re bigger…The char mee, tam (fried noodles, wet/with gravy) turned out to be the moon version…which I do enjoy very much and yes, despite the lack of ingredients, it tasted really great (RM4.00)…and I did enjoy it a lot.
Spare parts…I had the pain sip, dry…and yes, it was very good and he had the kampua mee…that I had before, twice, but with pian sip instead of the thinly-sliced char siew wannabe (boiled meat coloured red), once tossed in chili sauce…and another time, white…and yes, I did like the noodles here, both times.