Monday, July 17, 2017

Crispy but Oily

I have been to Go Noodle at One Utama, MidValley Mall, and Jaya One and each time I see people ordering fried bean curd sheets so I wanted to try too.

A basket of deep fried bean curd sheets for MYR6.60+ (10% service charge = MYR7.25 nett). There are 12 small square pieces. Very crispy but very oily too. Once is enough. There are no fillings, they are just plain bean curd sheets that have been deep fried.

Prawns mee xian MYR16.40+ (10% service charge = MYR18.05 nett). We added a serving of bursting meatballs to it (3 bursting meatballs in 1 serving) at MYR3.50+ (MYR3.85 nett). The prawns taste very fresh, as good as those served in other branches.

Go Noodle at The Starling Mall is enjoying good business as there is a queue and we had to sit outside on the seats provided to wait for our turn which took about 20 mins.

22 comments:

  1. Mee xian, 2nd time I've seen that name - the first was here at that place where I left without eating after waiting an hour and my order never came.

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    1. now mee xian is getting popular. basically is just thick mee hoon.

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  2. Fried stuff usually very oily one, but once a while ok la!

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  3. I like the crispy type too.. yeah, once awhile, lantak.. just eat.. hahhaa.. so much green garnishing, I also Like!!

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  4. i like the crispy fried beancurd sheets! taste like keropok (minus the fishy smell la)

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    1. you ordered this everytime too?

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    2. no, seldom order. But in yong tau foo, I like this.

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    3. in yong tau foo, the sheets will have fillings, right?

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  5. I love crispy fried bean curd sheets. Yes, can be very oily but I just couldn't resist them. Very addictive!

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  6. Can fry at home. Quite pricey for just crispy bean curd.


    Oooo. I want that bowl of prawn mee xian. Slurp.

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    1. fry at home got difficulty disposing the used oil.

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  7. Same like the rest, I also like the crispy fried bean curd sheets, must be oily then will taste nice haha, that is why they say nice food are unhealthy

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    1. no la, some crispy food are not oily because they soak the oil away with paper towel or something else.

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  8. Urgh. That is pricey for fried bean curd without fillings. I am not a fan of those. Noodles yes. Prawns too.

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    1. good for you. i agree that it is pricey for just bean curd sheets.

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  9. We often ordered this fried bean curd sheets too at 1-U but it was not oily at all. Perhaps the chef at Starling was in a hurry to serve the crowd instead of dabbing away the oil.
    I love their food which is a good venue to bring foreign guests. They liked the ambiance and decor too.

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    1. oh is it not oily? perhaps you are right as this outlet is a new one.

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  10. Yes yes I also saw people ordering these! But can pass on it like this, I prefer to have fish paste inside.

    Oo I just came back from Starling. Can't go to Go Noodle though since almost always have some Malay lunch partners.

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    1. Go with your family next time.

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