Sunday, June 11, 2006

Tengkat Tong Shin Loh Mee

One of our favourite breakfast stop around KL city. It's a corner coffee shop with 3 hawker stalls. Parking along this road can be a hassle but a wee bit better than Jalan Alor. Then again, on a weekend breakfast, just be early as city people prefer to do late breakfast aka brunch. Before 9am, we usually get to park right in front!
See the man carrying 2 bowls? Picture is kind of blur - phone camera quality. What wickedly good stuff he sells? Please scroll further.

Tada!!

The bowl above held Loh Mee (I mentioned before in an earlier article about such a gooey noodle found in Penang) with thick yellow noodle. Though the thick noodle is the standard noodle used in this dish, you can request for other types instead, such as the usual yellow noodle, vermicelli or flat rice noodle. The sauce dish on the left contained the special ground chilly to complement the Loh Mee. Yessiree!! The brown bits on the noodle are fried lard!! Sinfully delicious!

The bowl below contained Pork Noodle with chopped chillies drenched in light soya souce as companion. Yes, the piece de resistant in the spoon is the pig's intestine. Above it, liver lying next to a piece of succulent meat. Yummy... for people like me who enjoys piggy's internal organs. Not all though.

Oh, the white coffee served here is good too. Not the 'Old Town' brand. A chinese name but I just cannot recall right now. Actually I have never even taken note of the coffeshop's name until I thot of blogging it!

Adik-Beradik Chua (means Chua Brothers in Bahasa Malaysia) coffeeshop is found on Tengkat Tong Shin, directly behind Nova Hotel on Jalan Alor.

9 comments:

Sue said...

Wah, that chi yoke min looks really good! I love chi yoke min! :)

Tummythoz said...

Sue, my favourite is with min-sin but sadly, this stall does not have it.

tuktoyaktuk said...

ooh this shop is supposedly famous for their fishballs but I prefer the fishballs at the char kuey teow stall down the street. I like their chi yoke min too and that loh mee looks drool-worthy. Is it only available on weekends?

Tummythoz said...

tuktoyakyuk, I've been there in the mornings on weekdays too. Nx visit will try the fishball. TQ for d tip!

boo_licious said...

Yeah, this place is famous for fishball. Didn't know they serve loh meen. Why don't you try the loh meen place in Paramount Gardens? They serve it with different kind of noodles.

Tummythoz said...

boo_licious, I go to that place quite often & do not know about their famous fishball. Most embarrasing indeed!!

Anonymous said...

Hey,i'm its regular customer of this stall...super tasty noodle!!!The best pork noodle n loh mee i would say in KL.They sell pork mee wif min sin too. Must try...

Anonymous said...

Tummythoz
Tried your recommendation last weekend. My wife ordered LOH MEE and i ordered POrk Mee Extra Large with all kinds(meat,liver,"chiong n yiu")+an egg.Soup was very tasty and got some extra "ju yao zha" too. My wife's Loh Mee: large bowl n worthy (nice n diff from others). GooD job tummy. Must try!!! Next time will try the fish ball noodle there.

Tummythoz said...

Anony Nov5 & Anony Nov29, TQ so much for taking time to drop me comments. =D

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