Friday, December 23, 2016

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Hakka noodle with char siew (BBQ pork) - MYR7.50 nett. Cold lime juice - MYR3 nett. A portion of deep fried dumplings (3 pieces of sui kow) - MYR4.80 nett so it is MYR1.60 nett each. The noodle is soft so I like it and I requested for lean meat and was given lean meat with just a little bit of fat at both ends. I also like the way they cut the meat into thicker pieces instead of thin slices like what many eateries tend to do. 

A plate of char siew rice - MYR7.20 nett. The portion of rice looks more than the meat.

Total bill is MYR25.

A minimalist interior decor with bare cement rendered walls and counter with an exposed red bricks feature wall. 

This new eatery is located in SS2 near Penang Kayu Nasi Kandar eatery.

18 comments:

  1. The char siew rice looks quite sad, so minimal. Maybe because the meat is cut so thick, they looked so little and dull compared to the rice.

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    1. Comparatively it does look little though it may not be if you weigh them.

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  2. The char siew in the plate of char siew rice looks good and shiny

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  3. We had the siew yoke when they were in the old shop and it was the best we have ever eaten. It was RM92 per kg two year ago.

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    1. Wow! That is expensive. I did not even look at the price in the menu for just the char siew.

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  4. Their portions are just right and prices are reasonable too.

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    1. Good that you think so. Go eat there soon?

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  5. I like that Hakka noodle and fried dumplings. The char siew rice in my opinion is not worth it, so little char siew :(

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    1. Like TM says, it may look little but if you weigh it and compare to those thinly slice char siew you get at normal hawker stalls, you may be surprised to see the result.

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  6. I love Hakka noodles, the mee pok looks like what I used to enjoy a lot in Singapore. Loved that so much. Our mee pok here is not the same, it is more or less kampua...flattened. The pork looks so good too!!!

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    1. This bowl of Hakka noodles is tasty!

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  7. The char siew rice looks so plain! No any sauce or gravy?

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    1. My friend ate that plate of char siew rice. Later I saw her putting some sauce on her rice but I did not see where she got the sauce.

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  8. Very thick slices of char siew. Tempting.

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  9. I will go for the Hakka noodle with char siew. Merry Christmas & Happy New Year to you & family!

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    1. I would order that again too. Merry Christmas and Happy New Year to you and family too!

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