Tuesday, July 7, 2015

Mee Hoon Sotong

Mee Hoon Sotong (Squid) - MYR4, the mee hoon is soft and the gravy tastes like the gravy of wat tan hor which I believe is the taste of stir fried garlic with soy sauce. The squid is somewhat crunchy.

Must order this from Stall 787

Pasar Besar Seremban (Seremban's Main Market)'s food court

It is on the upper floor of the market

32 comments:

  1. i love sotong and this one looks interesting enough to me!! i thought it's somewhere in Klang Valley that i can go and try.. but hmmmm, all the way in Seremban leh~~

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    1. I don't know whether or not it is available in Klang Valley.

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  2. Mun, I have been to Seremban's main market once when we visited my sister in law and family. I can't remember what we ate. Is the mee hoon sotong good?

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    1. If you like wat tan hor, you will like this.

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  3. Wow! From Dengkil you appeared in Seremban for mee hoon which looks good and wet. We must have got food telepathy as I just had fried mee hoon tonight. My wife ordered dry fried style and I had to swallow down with soup! Lol

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    1. Mee hoon is a popular dish here. Good to hear your wife is back home now.

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    2. My wife has not left yet. I think I have written & confused the readers. Oops!

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    3. Hehehe, I think you have. Many of us thought you were home alone and having loads of fun.

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  4. Not a fan of this type of sotong. Don't mind the white squids.

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    1. Guess you don't like kangkung squid dish too.

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  5. Not a fan of sotong, but I don't mind trying since you said the gravy is something like wat tan hor.. I like wat tan hor or any starchy gravy..

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    1. The gravy tastes like wat tan hor's gravy but it is not starchy.

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  6. You really adventurous. The only things I've ever eaten when in Seremban are siew paos...

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    1. Guess you did not stay in Seremban for long then.

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  7. I'm not a fan of this type of brown sotong....the same one they use for sotong kangkung.

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    1. I remember you saying this before.

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  8. Never had this before, Mun, looks tasty... I like the brown squid... Never mind the cholesterol...lol...

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    1. 3 tiny pieces can't contain much cholesterol.

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  9. My Seremban friend highly recommended 2 most famous food - sotong meehoon and beef noodle. I think I tried the latter at this same pasar... didn't notice the sotong stall though!

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    1. You have to walk the whole food court to find this. It is at the other side and best to get there before 9.30am to eat this I heard because it will be sold out by then.

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  10. The yellow color of the parking lot is so sharp, can spot from far.

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    1. That is the market, not the parking lot.

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    2. Hahaha, I thought it's parking lot, because I saw the sliding one, the one like let cars drive up to second floor +.+

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    3. That's for motorbikes to go up to the market dunno to do what.

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  11. the noodle looks good....
    u went for food hunt until Seremban? cool...Did u get to buy the siew bao?

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    1. Went to Seremban on an errand so eat there too. Yes we bought some siew bao but not from the normal Empayar place.

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  12. For gravy noodles, somehow I prefer koay teow rather than mee hoon or mee.

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    1. Not soaked to become too soft by the gravy?

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  13. good thing it is not black in color due to the squid ink.. maybe they deep fry the squid first then mix it into the noodles...
    the food court seems too crowded though hehe

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    1. The squid has been treated and processed but not deep fried.

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