Tuesday, August 14, 2007

PRAWN NOODLE & FRIED KOAY TEOW @ PENANG SEAFOOD, JLN. TAN SRI ONG KEE HUI, KUCHING


This place serves Penang Hai Mee (Shrimp Noodle) and Penang Fried Koay Teow for breakfast. For the Hai Mee, you have the option of having pork spare ribs and pig's tail added. And the Fried Koay Teow comes with shrimp, cockle and Chinese sausage.

For our order, we only have shrimps for the koay teow, and the Hai Mee is just yellow noodle (minus the normal beehoon) with everything minus the pig's tail. The Hai Mee is just like Penang's down to the small shrimps (we're spoilt of having humongous shrimps in Sarawak), and I find the soup a bit weak (lacking in the pungent shrimp flavor). The koay teow is good; the beansprout is chrunchy, and the noodle is slightly seared, with a right amount of Chinese chives. Hey, there are even bits Bak-Pok (Fried Pork Fat) scattered around in the mix! I don't know the exact cost for each; I paid RM9 for both items. Did it include drinks, I forget?


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