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Fried Chicken Wings Fried Noodles Fried Rice Chicken Satay
Review (9)
Level3 2016-01-31
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My mum and I were craving for some really good hokkien me and so we went for supper at the famous Ah Wa hokkien mee located at SS14. We heard from our relatives that Ah Wa uses charcoal fire to fry their noodles! So it must be really good because charcoal fire can really make a huge difference to the taste of Hokkien mee. And after our satisfying supper, I was affirmative that hokkien mee fried under charcoal fire really tasted so much better. The noodles had just the right amount of texture (which is the gooey-ness). And not to mention the smell, it just makes my mouth waters. The noodles were really fragrant, especially when the nooddles were transferred from the wok to the plate. And when they finally served us, I quickly digged in and every bite just makes me want more. To complement the mouth watering hokkien mee, the chilli sauce plays an important role too! The chilli sauce had just the right amount of sweetness and heat. Besides that, the portion was just right for 2 person. But I wish there was more (becasue it taste really goood!)Apart from the hokkien mee that was simply irresistable, the wat tan hor was really good too! Another word for Wat tan hor is flat rice noodles drenched in egg gravy. I love how thick and light the egg starch gravy was at the same time! I think what makes Ah Wa's wat tan hor stands out was that some rice wine was added into the dish. I could taste the wine and it really elevated the dish.  continue reading
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Level3 2014-08-08
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Great place to find good hokkien mee in PJ. Cooked with charcoal burners and great wok hei. They get packed during dinner time but service is fast so turnaround is quick. They also have good pork soup and fish head noodle soup.Within the restaurant itself there are other stalls serving up good satay, nasi lemak, grill fish and lobak. Nothing to shout about but still tasty. continue reading
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Level4 2013-06-23
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这里最出名的就是福建炒面。店里都坐满了都是在等这个吧,我们也等了许久炒面才送上。一股香喷喷的味道让我忍不住快口就吃。里头有虾,高丽菜,煮肉片,还有许多的猪油炸。虾肉好像没什么味道,但是面条吵得软度刚刚好,配上sambal真是一绝。 continue reading
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The place was still bustling by the time we arrived at nearly midnight. Alas, they had run out of Hokkien Mee, so we settled for Hokkien Beehoon instead. Still delicious, full of all that "wok hei" jazz. We also checked out a stall here selling crispy folded pancakes. Two varieties: Ham, meat floss & mayo and egg, peanuts & cheese. The pancakes were nice and thin, while the stuffing was surprisingly well-prepared, especially the warm, soft egg. The combinations sound a bit strange, but they tasted goooooood. The only misfire was the oyster omelette. Bland and utterly forgettable. continue reading
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