Sunday, September 23, 2018

WG Kerabu Mee

The Imbi Wet Market has moved to Pudu a few years ago and it is only now I managed to go there for its food court during lunch.

Cham Ping (Iced Coffee mixed with Tea) at MYR 2.50 nett and a plate of kerabu instant noodles (MYR 6 nett) which I requested to be not spicy. There is a lot of raw shallots, onions and tomatoes as it is supposed to be a sweet and sour salad with noodles.

Sisters crispy popiah at MYR 3 nett for a roll compared to MYR 4.70 for a roll at Sisters crispy popiah kiosk in shopping malls.

Self service means you pay and wait for your order to be ready to carry your own plate to your seat.

16 comments:

  1. Oh? That's new. We only have Thai glass noodle salad here. Nice! Popiah looks good!

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    1. That is why I ordered it to try because never seen it before.

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  2. Kerabu mee? Never had that before.

    Popiah. I like that.

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  3. Something very new to me.. Kerabu noodles! Sweet, sour and spicy.. yummss!!

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  4. Kerabu instant noodles sounds interesting! xoxo

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  5. Never tried Keraba noodles before.

    I like that Popiah, looks yummy!

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    1. This is a favourite brand of popiah.

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    2. thanks for correcting but it is ok because we know what you mean. :)

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  6. I have not had kerabu noodles.. is it nice?

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    1. If you like to eat Thai kerabu salad, you will like this because this is just adding the noodles to the salad - sweet and sour.

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  7. Kerabu noodle sounds delicious! Would love to try it.

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    1. If you like Thai salad, then can go try this.

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