Saturday, November 15, 2014

We eat mee

MYR5 - a small bowl of kway teow soup noodle with fried meat balls, shredded vegetables and shredded chicken meat. Hawker stalls in Friendship Cafe coffee shop, Taman Esplanade, Bukit Jalil.

MYR6 - this stall sells pan mee but on this particular day, it also sells pig stomach mee suah in hot pepper soup. At the same coffee shop.

18 comments:

  1. Fried meat balls? That sounds awesome. I don't think I have eaten meat balls fried before..

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    1. I think it will be easy for you to make your own fried pork meat balls from top quality minced pork.

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  2. the 1st noodle looks very 'ching'...This would be my option during the days when i jst wanted to have some clear soup or simple digestable food. Otherwise i normally prefer more filling stuff like pan mee (coz it is more filling to the stomach).

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    1. Mee suah is easier to digest I believe but clear soup is better than pepper soup as more digestable food.

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  3. Ooooo....the innards are calling out to me! Come! Come! LOL!!!

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  4. Pig stomach mee suah looks good.. If I order, I sure will order another bowl of liew with extra hot pepper soup.. Yummzzz

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    1. For big eaters that bowl is not enough for sure.

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  5. I can pretty much guess which bowl is your spouse's preference!

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  6. wow! which one is better? I love both! :) They both look amazingly delicious!

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    1. Depends on what you like. Pepper?

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  7. I always envy whenever I see the food prices you post here; they're all so economical! Enjoy your weekend! xoxo

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    1. With SGD currency of course the prices here are attractive! :)

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  8. I will go for the pig stomach mee sua anytime!

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  9. I would love the second dish right about now. I have no appetite all the time but that is something I can eat and probably finish.

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    1. Hope you are feeling better now. I usually eat mee suah when I am not feeling well.

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