Tuesday, March 13, 2018

WG Sauna Mee Fish

This dish is called sauna mee but all 3 of us chose to have brown rice instead of noodles. Basically this is like a hotpot filled with vegetables (tomatoes, corn, sweet peas, napa cabbage, lettuce, carrots, enoki mushroom) and 2 or 3 very thin slices of fish. As the price is MYR 16.85 nett, I cannot expect too much although my friend says that this is very healthy food. I kept half the brown rice for dinner.

While I was eating this, I remembered reading about this in RG's blog and true enough, he wrote about it back in February 2016 which is 2 years ago.

All of us ordered the same dish at the branch in Sri Hartamas.

There is a choice of having it with pumpkin noodles.

I prefer it to be "No Deep Fried" because the deep fried beancurd sheets in the broth makes it oily.

Storefront at Sri Hartamas

20 comments:

  1. With corn in the soup, it will taste nice and sweet

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  2. With all those ingredients, the soup would be nice and sweet. not sure looking at what's in your photo - did they deep fry the fish coated with batter? If they did, then that is not healthy.

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    1. No, not coated with anything. The fish slices are too small and very thin slices to be coated with anything. But there are "fu chuk" in the soup and as you know the "fu chuk" are deep fried beancurd sheets so with "fu chuk" in the soup, is it healthy or not?

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  3. Brown rice is healthy. Lol. Sauna fish. I think it means the pot is piping hot like in sauna.

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    1. I guess you are right. The stone pot is very, very hot.

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  4. "Sauna" is a catchy name. Looks healthy and yumnmy too.

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    1. except for the fu chuk gua.

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    2. Little bit never mind.. hehe.

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    3. but it made the soup oily. :(

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  5. I remember RG's post on this one. The pot of soup and ingredients must be very tasty.

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    1. but I think you will get hungry very soon after eating this.

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  6. Healthy brown rice though it looks purplish to me here... but I think I have seen this type of rice before though I have not tried, or did I? hahaaa.. I really cannot remember..

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  7. No many eateries serving brown rice, we have started to take brown rice at home though not fully as we mix together some white rice too.

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    1. eating mix is better than not eating brown rice at all.

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  8. I think someone told me long ago that sauna meals would be like dry steamed till cooked to perfection without using water. This one looks different.

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    1. your observation is correct. This one does use water.

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  9. This look good to me! Sauna...could it be that the piping hot soup will make you sweat? Lol!

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    1. the air con is cold enough to stop us from sweating too much.

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