Tuesday, October 30, 2007

TAIWANESE BREAKFAST @ DONG FENG PO, LORONG 1, JALAN SONG THIAN CHEOK, KUCHING

Minced Pork Mushroom Noodle

I've to do this in reverse order.... I first tried out this place a few months ago for its lunch; but I'll serve the breakfast first. We were here on a Sunday morning, slightly after nine, and we were the first customers, and only customers by the time we finished.

I think we were a bit early 'cos some of the items on the menu were not available. The minced pork mushroom can be considered as kampua/kolo mee tossed in the before said concoction. Pretty much Spaghetti ala Chinois. The Beehoon which I didn't try looked pretty decent; at least have the decency not to overflow the plate with its sauce like most Zi-Chars would .

Saucy Fried Beehoon (Vermicelli)

I think it would be a fallacy not to try its beef noodle... so an order of Taiwanese Beef Noodle we did try. The soup seemed like it had gone through the rigorous regime of boil and boil... thick and full of flavor. Notice the odd bits at the side and rim of the bowl, and the on Chinese Cabbage? Residue from arduous brewing. Either the chef stayed up overnight to to come up with the soup, or this was a leftover from the previous day that had witnessed hours of reboiling and simmering; seemed more like the latter.

Braised Beef Noodle Soup

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