Monday, July 31, 2017

Two Bowls

This time I returned to Paramount Garden Coffee shop, PJ and ordered two bowls of Lor/Loh Mee (around MYR6.50 for a bowl) for lunch.

I kept one bowl and a bit more from my bowl of noodle in my trusted container for my spouse to try in the evening. It still tasted very good when I ate some for dinner that day.

22 comments:

  1. Oh, it did not turn salty? I kept noodles before and after some time, it absorbed all the gravy and turned very salty so I do not do that anymore.

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    1. the gravy is not salty wor and the amazing thing is this thick lor mee is not those absorbing type of noodles so did not absorb any gravy.

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  2. We can't do that here. Our not-so-yellow noodles will absorb all the gravy and swell up...and turn soft and soggy, not nice anymore. I would order - ask the people to put everything in the container but pack the noodles, cooked and drained dry, separately. Come dinner time, I would heat up the gravy, put in the noodles and serve.

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    1. your way is better but I too lazy to heat up the gravy later so all put together.

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  3. Wow, i this is pretty cheap for me! This also reminds me of the pata tim of Chinese delicacy.

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    1. i wonder what you ate when you visited this country.

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  4. Not a fan of lor mee. The sweetness. The spice.

    Wouldnt the dish turn starchy at the end of the day??

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    1. this gravy is not sweet. did not turn more starchy maybe because I added lots of vinegar into the gravy.

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  5. Also have the same concern about the noodles turning soggy!

    You're so economical to feed, hehe.

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  6. I love lor mee but not easy to find tasty ones here. Have a fabulous new week!

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  7. Were you alone or with company? I was just wondering if anyone terkejut that you one person ordered 2 bowls :D

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    1. i was with about 6 of my co workers. i told them that i ordered for my spouse to try at home.

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  8. wahhh..very smart.. yeah, sometimes rather than wasting, might as well bring a container to take back.. Good idea!

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    1. yes my container goes every where with me.

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  9. ur spouse is so lucky to have a thoughtful wife. I wanna be ur spouse too so that I could enjoy those food that u eat! LOLX

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    1. Hahaha, maybe in another lifetime. ;)

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  10. This looks sooo good. I have been a Lor Mee fan since my Penang days. I could eat them for supper every night when I was a student. Nowadays I have become so conscious on my diet.

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    1. share a bowl with your friend should be ok for your diet.

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