Saturday, October 12, 2019

Kampar Noodle

This is what we usually eat at Friendship's Cafe for breakfast during one day of the weekend. This dish is known to us as Sam Kan Choong pork noodle (dry). I believe Sam Kan Choong is the name of a shop that specializes in this dish and we just use this likespecific shop name to refer to this dish like how we use the word Colgate when we just mean toothpaste. It costs MYR 7 nett. The flat rectangular white pork balls, minced pork and slices of big sausages are what make this Sam Kan Choong dish.

The Hainan Tea which tastes like coffee mixed with  costs stronger tea MYR 1.80 nett.

The stall has a new product and the lady seller kept asking us to try it so after saying no for a few weeks, we said yes because we were tired of saying no. The new dish is Kampar noodles at MYR 7 nett with various fish paste products as ingredients. Taste ok but we don't think we would order it again because we prefer the Sam Kan Choong pork dish.

For lunch, we shared one plate of nasi lemak chicken and iced cham at AMAH at The Sphere, Kerinchi/Bangsar South.

Total bill for two pax at MYR 17.50 nett.

9 comments:

  1. Sam Kan Choong pork noodle looks more appetizing compared to Kampar noodle which looks plain. The nasi lemak sure looks delicious.

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    1. I wonder does this taste like authentic Kampar noodle.

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  2. Nasi lemak for me as i am a rice person.

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  3. I used to dine at Sam Kam Choong at One-U. I had soupy noodles always but I must try their Nasi Lemak next time.

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    1. Hahahaha, this nasi lemak is not from them. I have not been to the original Sam Kan Choong at One U for a very, very long time so I don't know whether or not they have nasi lemak on their menu. Maybe they have.

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  4. I normally prefer Kampar noodle, prefer fish paste to pork.

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