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All About Mian 面

All About Mian 面

Udon / Ramen / Pasta / Ban Mian

Final Breakfast @ Coffee Shop before heading back to home. Most of people would realised that I always ordered Teh C (RM 1.30) (Black Tea without sugar and milk - milk tolerant) hard to find toilet around coffee shop area to be honest. My sister they always ordered Teh O Susu (Tea with Milk and less sugar) (RM 1.50). Fried Koay Teow (RM 6.50) located at outside of the coffee shop and need to find person for order food. Roti (bread) Mentega (Butter) & Kaya (RM 1.00 ea) was quite crispy and a bit dry aftertaste. Roti (with egg) was quite crispy and a bit moisture after adding two egg. Add on: egg (RM 1.00 ea) for dipping with roti.

I realised that this stall [Koay Teow Thng (自制西刀鱼丸鴨肉粿条汤) RM 4.50] usually come later around 6.30 p.m. Kway Teow Noodle was quite smooth texture and handmade fishball was quite bouncy and smooth texture. I seldom saw duck meat being added inside the Kway Teow Soup and most of them put minced pork instead.

I really like the variety and choice of fish (non-fried & fried fish and fish head), prawn (different size from medium to x-large) and pork (minced pork, brain, kidneys, tripe, intestine, liver and heart) can be matched with noodles (vermicelli, thick and thin noodle) or porridge. They also selling salted veg / bitter gourd mixed pork (meat ball / intestine / streaky meat / minced pork / tripe / liver) soup with rice (white / yam). My sister choose fresh fish meat soup (RM 11.90) with thick noodle (RM 3.90). They didn't like to eat pork organ part especially in the morning and I usually the one to like to eat intestine and kidneys but I was quite full having lor mee that time. I felt that fresh fish meat with thick noodle was quite savoury probably due to fish roe and fish meat didn't have much "fishy" smell and quite sweet aftertaste.

I realised Lor Mee (small size - $4.00)'s soup taste was quite rich and not so thick starch gravy. Lor Mee's ingredients included such as sliced pork slices, boiled duck egg and topped with fried onions. Add-on: Garlic, spring onion and chili were self service at the table or ask them for vinegar (bottle) and need to return back after using. It's so delicious and quite filling afterwards.

Lor Bak got a variety of different ingredients to be choose from before deep frying. It come with thick starch gravy sauce (cinnamon and soy sauce) and chili sauce to dip with.

Wanton Mee (RM 4.50 - Large Size) I felt Mee was soft and chewy taste but the wanton seems like to be too small and dry in my opinion. The waiting time for Wanton Mee took 15 to 30 minutes depends on the crowd itself.

P/s: we went back for dinner time (on last night of the trip) and my sister managed to get last bowl (RM 3.30 - Small Size) of the day and the leftover ingredients for last bowl were too much for her. She was very glad to get last bowl of the day before leaving Penang and it was so delicious for wanton mee.

Hokkien Mee (RM4.00 to 4.50) included mixture of bee hoon & yellow noodles, sliced lean pork, prawn, bean sprouts and fried onions. (Add-on: chili sauce)

Char Kuey Teow (RM 5) consisted of bean sprouts, egg, prawns and cockles. The waiting time for Char Just Teow usually like take 15 to 30 minutes of cooking time depends on the crowd itself.

Kitsune Set - $9.80 (Oden - $2.40 extra ingredients lol) I felt that udon soup base is quite salty for me but udon still remain same standard - chewy and not that hard that I have tried in past. Oden soup base is quite sweet based and most of ingredients had been soaked by soup. Pumpkin (Tempura) ($1.20) taste same standard - sweet and crispy on the outer skin. Kakiage (Tempura) ($2.00) taste same standard - crispy skin on the mixed vegetables.

Yan Fried Bee Hoon Ordered Bee Hoon ($0.60) instead can be mixed with different fried food. I decided to order chicken wing ($1.20 ea), fish cake and luncheon meat but chicken wings was quite delicious and savoury when served in hot. Great value for simple meal and a lot of people queue for food during dinner time.

Under He Jia Huan Ban Mian Mee Hoon Kway.
I decided to try it out for dinner time but I ordered Mee Hoon Kway (Dry) (Non-Spicy) ($4.50). Sweet Sauce seemed like a bit sweet but salty aftertaste after mixing it up. It contained some of minced meats, vegetables, 3 pieces of meatballs and scrambled egg inside the Ban Mian and topped with ikan billis before serving.


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