Tuesday, September 30, 2008

NOODLES @ KOPI-O CAFÉ, SING KWONG MALL, JN. TUN AHMAD ZAIDI ADRUCE, SIBU


Three little monkeys
jumping on the bed,
One fell off
and bumped his head.
Mama called the Doctor
and the Doctor said,
"You'd better eat your noodle for goodness sake!"

HUUUUH!!!! Okay, O.K. ...

Three little monkeys
goin' to town for a snack.
One took the wheels,
the rest follow the leader of the pack.
One asked the Doctor, "Where to next?"
and the Doctor said,
"You'd better turn to Sing Kwong instead!"


... so here we were at Doc's favorite Kolo Mee stall. He has followed it wherever it went since its time behind Ngui Kee at Jalan Tunku Osman. He always goes for its Bak-Chooe (minced pork) Mee with the obligatory Chainē soup, which has everything under the sun - well, almost! Those two much about covered all the bases for a hefty breakfast. The other monkey, cook/baker/designer, had Roti Canai.

I, however, saw this black beef slices sitting in a bowl of braised sauce, and couldn't resist trying it out. The result is the top-most photo. Not spicy but savory... different from the usual Taiwanese beef noodle. It has the taste of a Loh-Ark (braised duck) noodle at Ruby Cafe, but with a beefy flavor. Nice!

7 comments:

suituapui said...

Ooo...I've seen the place in the afternoon but all closed liao!!! I hear it's very busy at night. Saw a stall selling claypot chicken rice. Dunno if it's any good.

Kong-Kay said...

have never tried the night time's... lots more stall on the walkway (night).

Bengbeng said...

wish u had taken a pic of the stall.. looks interesting..worth checking it out

Kong-Kay said...

i think i did on the previous post on this place... next to the rm16 laksa.

Bengbeng said...

wow RM16 laksa... pengsan lah I

Kong-Kay said...

did you try it today? or it scares you "lau-sai". how did your project go? farewell to the botak tomorrow with Will...

Anonymous said...

Bak-Chooe (minced pork) Mee with so so many bak chooe ler...so rich taste ler...hw much ler?wah...hungry le..

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