Saturday, September 26, 2015

Thai "Maggie Mee"

Traditional Thai Boat Noodle but with Thai "Maggie Mee" - MYR1.9x4 = MYR7.96 The noodle tastes like those dry Mamee Monster noodle so they are very flavourful and kind of crunchy like yee mee.

Thai Braised Pork Leg Rice - MYR10.90 with Herbal tea - MYR2.30 and as expected the braised pork leg is kind of sweet.

Menu with only one page

Homey decor

Sawadee Boat Noodle, Jalan Radin Bagus 3, Sri Petaling

Total bill MYR21.20

22 comments:

  1. At least the bowls are not chipped like at one other place there...

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    1. Hahaha at least the bowl that they used for me is not chipped.

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  2. You asked for 4 bowls to be served in just one bowl? Didn't know that they can do that.

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    1. I didn't ask. The cook/waitress said they do serve normal size portion noodle and I ordered that. They priced that normal bowl as 4 small bowls in the bill later. I didn't ask about the price before placing my order.

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  3. I like Thai maggie mee. Like it QQ.

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  4. Thai Maggie mee looks delicious to me here. I love it more if it is spicy.

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  5. Mun, I would love to try both the Thai maggi mee and the braised pork leg.

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    1. Please try when you come across these two.

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  6. i can tell from the pictures that this noodle dish is truly flavorful with right mixture of veggies and meat!

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  7. There is one boat noodle in Ipoh too but I have yet to try... so four bowls are = to the normal one bowl? Sounds interesting... hope to try that one of these days...

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  8. Oh dear, I thought they only serve kuay teow (or kuatiao as they spell it), how come got mee hoon and maggi mee pulak? Does the broth taste any authentic?

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    1. Yes the broth tastes quite like those I ate at the other places. More variety for customers is good.

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  9. This is interesting. I never know they serve this kind of 'maggi' noodles for Thai Boat noodles.

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    1. So far I have encountered this maggi here only.

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  10. You're surveying all the boat noodle outlets? :)

    Not much variety la this one.

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    1. No lah. The other shops not opened for dinner yet at 4.30pm so ate at this shop lah.

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  11. They definitely used different noodles from the other Thai Boat Noodle franchise.
    I like their soup and taste which is really good. The ones sold on the boats at the Thai Canals tasted slightly different. However, I saw the choice in the menus offering Ayuthaya or Pathumthani flavours which we don't get such choices from the real boats in Thailand.

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    1. You have eaten at this shop before?

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