When mentioned about beef noodle, it’s either soup based, or dry based. Dry based is usually like Wantan Noodle, just that it’s with beef on top.
So here I am, at Sai Lam Coffee shop for it’s Ngau Lam Mee. It’s with mountain full of beef as I opt for “kar liu”, but it seems a bit overkill since all is just meat, but not it’s innards 😦
The meat itself is quite soft and tender, but still not the best around in town. Again, if only they have more “ngau lam” instead of just meat, then it will taste better. The noodle itself is not bad though, but might be a bit too salty for some people. 6.8/10
Posted in Beef Noodle, Chinese, Cuisine, Food and Drinks, George Town, Hawker, Location, Malaysia, Penang, Porridge
- Tagged braised beef noodle, fish porridge, George Town, lebuh chulia, Malaysia, non Halal, Penang, sai lam coffee shop
After lurking at What2seeonline, I decided to head to Cintra Street 1 fine night. Just when we reach there, the whole road was dark with only 1 stall with lights on, which was my target stall.
You can opt to sit inside the coffee shop behind or opposite the stall, but we opt to sit at the single only table available beside the stall as I notice both coffee shop is going to close soon (it was around 10.30pm that time).
The small stall only had chicken and fish porridge, along with steamed chicken for the extra kick. The steamed chicken here is good stuff. The skin is smooth, meat is tender, and taste dammed nice! Besides, adding the gravy to the porridge will really enhance it to the max, awesommmme! 8.3/10
The chicken fish porridge (yee sang kai chuk) here is good. The porridge is smooth and thick, and with good amount of sesame oil on top, it taste awesome!! 8.8/10
Posted in Chinese, Cuisine, Food and Drinks, George Town, Hawker, Location, Malaysia, Penang, Porridge
- Tagged cintra street, Dinner, fish porridge, Food, George Town, Malaysia, non Halal, Penang, Porridge, Steamed chicken