Monday, January 08, 2007

Restaurant One+One (Sisters' noodles stall)

This is how one of my favourite Curry Noodles in Kuala Lumpur city area looks like.Chockful of semi-cooked cockles & coagulated blood cubes in thick coconut milk infused curry broth with a spoonful (I take 2!) of the red hot chilie oil. Nice or not? Just downright sinful, huh!? Oya, do check out BackStreetGlutton for a suggestive rundown on the KL/PJ locations serving this hot stuff.

This stall was (is it still?) really famous for its Chicken RiceWine Noodles. Phitoy usually prefers the noodle choice of 'meen-sin' (in Canto dialect) or 'mee-sua' (in Hokkien dialect). This noodle will really absorb the heavily intoxicated soup and bring satisfaction to any alchohol fan. Expect a sweating session, so best to savour in comfy thin attire. For further details, suggest a visit to Masak-masak who did a post especially on this dish.

Location: This is actually a stall (2nd stall from the front, behind the dimsum counter) named Sisters, inside a corner coffeeshop along Jalan Alor call Restaurant One+One. Map? Let's use this :-Nova Hotel . Coffeeshop is opposite it.
Haha, this is definitely becoming a habit. Hitchiking on other establishment's location map, that is. =P

No no no this is not the bill for food. Only for drinks. Just thought this is interesting as no other coffeeshop I know gives out a receipt for drinks!

I know, I know. I've been slack in updating my own blog tho been happily hanging around other people's blogs. And now pulak, I seem to be hitching unto other blogs for details (do tell me if u mind and I'll take them out and stop doing so). My oh my, what a lazy New Year startup I'm having. *Note to self* Buck up! Buck up!

15 comments:

toniXe said...

omg I just told some people that blood in curry mee can't find in KL ! I m gonna get a whacking ! Great now we know ! But where the lady's sideway pouting look ? kekekkeeha

wmw said...

Got anywhere else (apart from the one along Tengkat Tong Shin) with deep fried crispy intestines or not??? Hee hee...me no chew blood, me suck blood ! Muah ha ha...

Tummythoz said...

tonixe, can watch? The whacking, that is. *grinning in anticipation*

wmw, I have yet to try the stall you posted. Must do soon! *smacking lips left right center!*

Tummythoz said...

wmw, oops. Just came back from ur blog looking for d direction. U dint post on d deep fried crispy intestines stall! Was it a comment u left somewhere?

Paris said...

I love rice wine noodles so I'll check this out soon! btw, don't forget to email me with your details so I can send your stuff ya? ;)

Rasa Malaysia said...

You should throw those blood cubes at Tonixe's head for giving "false" and "misleading" information to his "innocent" and "naive" readers. Kudos for finding Curry mee with blood cubes in your area. :)

Tummythoz said...

rasa malaysia, hahaha violent-nya.

wmw said...

Eh, thought I left a comment earlier but disappeared. The stall with the crispy intestines is along the same row as Meng Kee...walk further down, pass Adik Beradik Chua. Look for Kam Fatt. I was there today, after looking at the curry posts, had to go and eat. Took pics, I will be blogging on that soon.

Tummythoz said...

wmw, m waiting most anxiously to drool over ur post!

Tummythoz said...

paris, yes ma'am! Really looking fwd to my gift!

MeiyeN said...

it's nice to have bloodcubes in da curry!!!!! :D i just had chicken rice wine noodles few days ago but not at this place. thanks for linking my blog to yours..:D

babe_kl said...

actually the blood cubes were kah liew items right? this is my utmost number 1 place for curry laksa. i've been following them shifting up and down jalan alor during the past 10 years!!!!

Tummythoz said...

meiyen, been wanting too link you but only found time now.

babe_kl, yes. Need to mention to add cubes when ordering. Hope the next shift won't be too soon & far!

fatboybakes said...

what does coagulated blood taste like? i'm usually quite adventurous with food, but somehow, coagulated blood....hmmmm

Tummythoz said...

fatboybakes, welcome! Texture a bit chewier than cai-ean (jelly). Not much of a taste except a 'lil bit salty as salt is added before it is left to 'hardened'. Try it!

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