Correct-ion correct-ion correct-ion. I did a boo-boo. I recommended a dish called Har-Lok Meen here which I claimed was Mantis Prawn Noodles. Forgive me.
It’s actually Fresh Water Prawns like those used in Sang Har Meen. No matter whether the serving is for 2 pax or one, it comes with a minimum of 2 large prawns. This is how it looks like.My picture displays a blob I know but trust me this once, it’s all fingers, toes, any flexible limbs-up good. Failing that, less men more share then. Muahahahaha *background noise: stampede of bathroom scales and measuring tapes out my room*.
Sis came for a spin last weekend. Typical of all non-KLites, she asked for the black lardy-lard-lard luscious Hokkien Mee. We proceeded to Mun Wah Hokkien Mee along Jalan Maharajalela where she had been before but she was not satisfied. Not wet enough, she cried. Huh? The next night I thought maybe here can do better. Sadly no. they cannot as they only do ‘white’ dishes ie only Cantonese style except for their specialty pictured above. (-_-)”. Oh well. I went ahead and ordered 3 dishes to be shared among 3 of us.
Gau-Yok-Hor (Flat Rice Noodles With Beef) for 1 pax. Oooh they serve one of the best around town!Choi-Sam-Miew (Baby Mustard leaves)Har-Lok-Meen (Spicy Fresh Water Prawns Noodles) for 2 pax. The picture below is my small plate. The noodles had been thoroughly mixed with the spicy sauce in the serving plate. The sauce tasted somewhat like ‘kung-pou’. Very appetizing.Oh, that blob was a prawn head.
Sis is a bit upset now. She is upset she was introduced to this dish late. She cannot have seconds as that was her last night here for this trip. To pacify her, I will try to have this often on her behalf and revert. *pat righteous self*
Bill: RM66.00 (RM50 for their specialty - blob). Exclude drinks.
Location:- Please check out my old post. Easier way would be offer to buy me the blob!