Thursday, 30 September 2010

Formosa@ Sungei Wang Plaza

After the McD Run 2010, we plan to cari makan somewhere nearby KL city. Nicholas suggested Sg Wang since Heather plans on shopping in Sg. Wang after the lunch meetup. Little did we expect that the run actually ended at 10am and all of us are really hungy. The original plan of visiting T-Bowl 'tak jadi' since it opens only on 11am. Thus, we choose the one that opens earliest,Formosa. The menu are rather tempting, with my favourite 'oyster mee sua' in the list.

The mee sua was rather disappointing compared to the one from Shih Lin. But the size of the oysters make up for it.

The mee was really 'so so only' as they were too salty and ordinary with minced meat+soy sauce, bbq sauce etc...

I can't differentiate which mee is with which sauce as they look really alike that Heather mistaken mine for hers.
The price was rather high for such a portion of food as they were not exactly filling. End up, I would rate C for the food, portion and price. The environment wise was still OK, good for a drink and light snacks with friends.

Wednesday, 22 September 2010

Happy Mid Autumn

Hope everyone enjoy great moon cake while appreciate the round moon tonight...

Happy Mid Autumn to my dearest reader....

Tuesday, 21 September 2010

Klang fried mee hoon kuih and curry yee mee

As a Klangite for the past 23 years, I am kinda lousy food seeker in Klang. I really need to depend on my friend on the tasty food in Klang.

Lately, my friend brought me and Nicholas to one unique place that serve fried mee hoon kuih (pan mee) and curry yee mee. I been to the place many time but I didn't know they serve these food. This is because I was always there at night time.

The morning and afternoon stall serve famous noodles and one of the specialties is Fried Mee Hoon Kuih. Thin pieces of Mee Hoon Kuih is well fried with mince pork, vegetable and mushroom and serve with crispy ikan bilis. Basically it was just the same ingredient for soupy mee hoon kuih but it was a 'fried' version. Almost all patrons order a plate of this dish..

The curry yee mee is also not bad. The sweetness of coconut milk blend very well with the spices and 'liu'....Serve with vegetable, fish ball, tou pok, fish cake and char siew, the curry yee mee is something that one cannot miss.