When having a bowl of noodles, I always like to have a deep-fried crunchy side dish. I saw that Meng Kee Ramen offers fried sui kow, hence decided to give it a try. It was fried to brownish perfection. The skin was crunchy and nice. However, even though aplenty, the filling was too dry, and dipped in the sweet Thai chilli sauce, it is still unsalvagable. Priced at RM5 for five pieces, it was a decent price to pay, but I won't order it again.
Value for Money 3