Sunday, December 17, 2006

SAMBAL KOAY TEOW @ SOON LU LAI, JLN. TUANKU OSMAN, SIBU


A pair of sisters (Ghim Eng & Ah Bee) run this Koay Teow/Noodle stall. The sambal fried flat noodle being its signature dish is quite similar to what I did. You would appreciate it if you like it hot. The aroma of the dried shrimps might scare some people away, but its taste is simply divine.

Beside the fried flat noodle, they have Sin Chew Noodle, which I haven't had a chance to sample. According to one of the sisters it's a potpourri of cabbage with assorted meat and seafood. They have discontinued their garlic fest of a Loh Mee (Braised Meat Noodle), which the next stall serves, and it wasn't good, which I found out on the next visit.

These sisters are a pair of shop-hoppers; they have moved from at least 4 shops (that I know of) in this town, and have gone to as far as Puchong in West Malaysia to set up stall. Chances are they might be at another place the next time I drop into town.

** MOVED TO LADY CAFÉ

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