Another Central cafeteria visible close to the Monorial station and LRT. First time I tried this mee from uncle Lim, the vendor, this noodle resembles the wonton mee I have posted earlier, but this has much less sauce. It look likes the seller has brushed the noodle with a thin layer of sesame oil and soysauce. The sauce definitely are not much than 3 spoons. It is like the simple italian dish, spaghetti Aglio e Olio, oily but not dry.The minced meats are then decorated on top along with Char Siew and vegetable and spring onions.So nice that it came with a bowl of meat ball soup, because I was afraid at the end I would feel too thirsty and saulty of them. The much heavier flavour is from the minced pork, which is marinated with fish sauce and light soy sauce.
This One Sentral stall is located beside Hotel Lido in Kuala Lumpur and from the KL Sentral station. Not difficult to be found.
Reminding me of the fish ball noodle that I ate from the bangkok, pretty much the same, except red sweet chili sauce is served in Bangkok but in Kuala Lumpur is sliced tiny green chili in soya sauce.
The broth is clear and taste like vegetable soup that it is something that you would expect what you can do it at home, not so much of heavy spice in it. Feeling like if you boil water with chinese cabbage, enough of resembling the broth. It is simple and fill up stomach quickly. One of my favourite ingrediants in Bangkok fish ball noodle and here, the deepfried bean curd, they are so good after dipping with soy chili sauce.
- 1. Remember to take enough coins for commune bus's ticket. Driver won't return small changes
- 2. Always take a package of tissue paper along. Kopitiam, low cost cafeteria doesn't include one in wash room.
- 3. KL route planner web site: KL (Kuala Lumpur) Journey Planner(http://jp.myrapid.com.my/)
- 4. Type of socket/plug is like the one used in UK, G type(UK).
- 5. Tap water: Recommending to boil it first. A bottle of mineral water costs less than an euro.