Tuesday, April 28, 2015

Kolo mee

This kolo mee only costs MYR5.5 at a nearby local coffee shop. This meal can last me for quite sometime because there is a lot of noodle.

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  1. Looks very good, must be really yummy...but no, the noodles don't look like the real thing. I've had one or two like that in KL - very nice dry noodles, even nicer than some that we get over here, in fact, but just that I wished they would not call it Sarawak kolo mee...or Sarawak dry noodles when it is nothing like the real thing, just made to look like it.

    We do have at many places here too - they call it (Kuching) kolo mee...looks like it, tastes great...but like kampua. The texture of their noodles is different and I dunno what ingredients they add - it sure tastes different from kampua and the rest.

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    1. I have not eaten kolo mee in Sarawak so I can't really tell. whether it is authentic or not.

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  2. This looks like a complete meal to me. :)

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  3. Looks very filing for the price.

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  4. Looks very good, very filling, enough for me too..

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    1. Ya, you don't need to eat two bowls of this,

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  5. I would choose to order the kosong one, without any cha siew...

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    1. Don't think they sell it kosong. Why don't you want the cha siew?

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    2. Hardly eat meat nowadays!! =]

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    3. Where are you getting your protein from then?

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  6. RM 5.50 seems like a pretty cheap price as far as KL goes nowadays, isn't it? I spot some fish cakes with the noodles, never seen kolo mee served with fish cakes before though..

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    1. You have eaten kolo mee in Sarawak so you know better. There are still noodles selling at RM5 near my place.

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  7. Oh, this kolo mee comes with the flatter noodles that I like...not the usual rounded ones :)

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    1. Not those round ones like wanton mee.

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  8. It looks good! Would love to eat that kolo mee :)

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    1. Have you eaten any authentic ones before?

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  9. indeed, I guess nowadays RM5.50 for a bowl of noodles is not considered as expensive huh?? furthermore it lasted you for quite long, worth!! :)

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    1. Not expensive. Was very filling.

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  10. I would love to eat this set of kolo mee as I am hungry now...I like this type of noodle, should be yummy.

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    1. I would say this is like chun dan (whole egg) noodle.

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  11. RM5.50 for that is really reasonable these days.

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    1. RM5.50 is the average price for a bowl of noodle.

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  12. the portion looks big for RM5.50! very reasonable...haha!

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    1. Yes there is a lot of noodle on that plate. :D

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