Sunday, December 03, 2006

FOOCHOW DOUBLE COOKED NOODLE @ CAFÉ 919, JALAN TAMAN SENG GOON, KUCHING

Char-Zi Mee


This Foochow Mee Soup, which they call Char-Zi Mee. This is where the words "fry" and "cook" comes into play; it's oily yellow noodle (Hokkien Mee to some) fried first, then cooked in slightly thickened ( with cornstarch) pork broth. The rest of the ingredients varies from stall to stall. The usual suspects are sliced pork, shrimps, vegetable, pork liver, fishcake slices and calamari. It's something different from the plain old boiled noodle soup. You get a taste of seared noodle plus a smooth and not-quite-syrupy feel of the soup, which has all the flavors of the ingredients thrown in.

This place is in between Hui Sing Garden and Seng Goon Garden, right after the basketball complex. It's a fairly new eating place serving pre-cooked lunch and other à la carte items. It also has Ambula juice, but not as great as the one at How-You Café.


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