Saturday, June 10, 2006

NOODLE @ MAS CORNER CAFÉ, JLN. KPG. NYABOR, SIBU

Chow-Chai Hung Ngan with Shrimps


This café used to be at the corner shop next to the MAS office at Jalan Osman, hence the moniker. It is renowned for its Chow-Chai Hung-Ngan. Chow-Chai is vegetable preserved with Ang-Chow (the red residue from fermented red Chinese wine), and Hung-Ngan is a thicker version of Bee Hoon (rice vermicelli).

One can order shrimp or fish, or combination of both with the Hung-Ngan. The dish is a bit sour due to the Chow-Chai, and hot with chilli added. The stock from the seafood makes the hot and sour soup delectable. Here you don’t have to folk out RM15 for a bowl of noodle, just for some bigger shrimps. The packed café is testament to the good food served here.

Then there's the fried La-Knia (Dayak) Mee. It's similar to ordinary fried (dry) noodle except it's a bit moist. Creative name for a dish.


La-Knia Mee






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