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Categories : Singaporean | Chinese | Restaurant | Noodles

We always refer Kajang as Satay town where the signature dishes of this small town. Besides satay, there's actually many hidden delicacies which is only well-known among the locals. I used to study at Kajang and today I would like to share about one of my favourite restaurants there.

Tien Pin restaurant, located at Jalan Bukit near NEC college, offer you a wide range of food made from fish, such as fish ball, fish paste and fish noodles. Moreover, they serve main dishes such as mee pok and desserts such as cold tau fu fa, rice dumplings and tong shui.

 
I love love love their fried chee cheong fan and fish noodles, you can hardly find this kind of combination at other places. The chee cheong fan which we usually have them for breakfast, is fried together with fish noodles, beansprouts and generous amount of pork lard.

The fish noodles are really chewy and bouncy, pair with chee cheong fan it offers you an unique combination, the pork lard makes the dish extra flavourful and aromatic.

 
Their signature mee pok, Tien Pin Mee Pok. Serve along with pork lard, minced pork and a bowl of their soup with fish pastes. Their fish pastes worth a try because it tastes so fresh.

 
Wash it down the main dishes with cold tau fu fa serves with brown sugar. Super refreshing!
 
Recommended Dish(es):  Fried chee cheong fan and fish noodles
 
Spending per head: Approximately RM10(晚餐)

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Delectable Pork Chop Noodle Smile Jun 22, 2016   
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Categories : Restaurant | Noodles

Heng Long Taiwan Mee, located at Gajah Berang near Catholic High School, serves the best pork chop noodle and beef noodle in town.

This coffee shop has more than 40 years of history, they draws local patrons as well as tourists everyday to try out their noodles. Even the taukeh boss is 84 years old but he still be at the shop everyday to manage the business and guide his workers.

The shop is not that spacious and it consists of limited tables, be sure to come earlier because you might have to wait for empty tables during lunch hour, even on weekdays.

 
You can get a bowl of small size pork chop noodle at RM5, comes with deep fried pork chop with spring onions sprinkle on top. Their noodle is one of the best noodles I've ever tasted, it looks like flat pan mee, but way more silkier than pan mee, you can just slurp your noodle and eat, the texture is so good and sprincy.

I like to soak the fried pork chops into the noodle sauce for them to absorb the taste of the sauce, though it becomes not that crispy but it tastes super juicy and succulent, the meat is tender and the juice keep oozing out in your mouth.

 
Their home-recipe chili sauce is also their highlight, it's so aromatic with a mild spiciness, it spices up your meal as well as your appetize.

Besides pork chop noodle, they serve spciy beef noodle and pork trotter noodle as well. You can also opt for their side dishes such as fried pork chop, salted vegetables and pork trotter.
 
Recommended Dish(es):  pork chop noodle
 
Table Wait Time: 8 minute(s)


Spending per head: Approximately RM5(午餐)

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Portuguese style egg tart!  Smile Jun 21, 2016   
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I'm a big fan of egg tart but I didn't get to try portuguese style egg tart before. Until today, I finally got the chance to take a bite on portugeuse egg tart made by Seremban Cakey Siew Pow, and I totally fall in love with it.

They actually distribute their products to Malacca and I happened to try their egg tart at Malacca. Besides egg tart, they are selling siew pow, pineapple tart, salted egg puff, kaya puff and etc.

 
Their portuguese egg tart looks super tempting, the perfectly-baked color already gets me drooling. The tart is super crispy, the texture is more like a puff, the outer crust has multiple layers and the inner custard is really creamy and egg-ish. The custard is so moist and it would melt in your mouth.

I ended up having two of these and I think it tastes pretty authentic, just like the one you will be able to eat at Macau,HongKong.
 
Recommended Dish(es):  Portuguese style egg tart
 
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Kopitiam style Big Breakfast  Smile Jun 20, 2016   
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I've wrote about having western style big breakfast at Soon Yen Kopitiam to kick start your day and guess what, I've discovered another kopitiam style big breakfast with really affordable price! No one can resisit a hearty and healthy breakfast in the morning!Chop Beeng Cheong restaurant, serve you the best wan tan mee at night, and they open in the morning selling breakfast as well. By passing through the restaurant, you will be able to spot a big banner indicating that they sell western breakfast there. The breakfast stall is owned by "Fat Mao", which believe to be handled by a pair of young couple, ready to serve you different kind of western breakfast.

 
Signature Big Breakfast (small size) comes with scramble eggs, sausage, baked beans, hashbrown, toast bread and butter. Their big breakfast comes in two size, you can get the smaller one at Rm4.5, while for the bigger size, you will get served with extra ham slice and of course, bigger portion.

I think no one can mess up big breakfast and everything on the plate tastes pretty good. I particularly love their scramble eggs, the texture is really moist. Besides, they use quality baked beans as well.

If you are not a fan of big breakfast, they do have other selections including burger, pork cullet, cheese omellete and many more!
 
Table Wait Time: 10 minute(s)


Spending per head: Approximately RM5(早餐)

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Pumpkin noodles and fried wan ton OK Jun 14, 2016   
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Categories : Chinese | Restaurant | Noodles

Most of you might get boring to eat the same kind of noodles every day, wanna to try something different to give your taste bud a break from the normal noodles? Have you ever heard of Spinach Noodles or Pumpkin Noodles?

A wooden stall which is located at Taman Kerjasama (Turn into the road when you see Petronas petrol station, go straight and you’ll be able to spot the stall), serves you different kind of noodles ranging from herbal noodles, spinach noodles, pumpkin noodles as well as Chinese style snacks such as dumpling and fried wanton.

This open-space stall is built under a big tree, owned by the locals, not only draw students from MMU University, but also office workers during lunch hour.

 
The owner makes their own noodles every day, using fresh ingredients such as pumpkin and spinach. They run out of spinach during my visit, hence I went for their pumpkin noodles.

The handmade noodles are served with minced pork, vegetables, chili pastes and three pieces of fried wan ton. Though it’s made from pumpkin, but the color of the noodles are similar to wan ton noodles. The thickness of the noodles is very thin, the texture is good and springy, but some of the noodles might stick together so make sure you toss them properly before eating.

We can’t really taste the pumpkin flavor from the noodles; the fried wan ton is super crispy, but a bit salty for our liking. The noodles come in small (Rm4) and big size (Rm5), the portion of small size might be too small for big eater.

On a brighter note, since it’s made from fresh vege, the noodles are very healthy to eat. Do come early as their signature noodles sold out pretty fast.
 
Table Wait Time: 8 minute(s)


Spending per head: Approximately RM6(午餐)

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