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Kedai Kopi Sin Fatt Hing @ Likas

Monica Friday, May 15, 2015 , , ,

There was a sudden craving for some heavy breakfast, and somehow the first thing that came to mind was Tuaran Mee. It is said that the best hot dogs are served at coney island theme park, whereby it is the home of the original hotdog. So for Tuaran mee, naturally, one would go to Tuaran town to have the best. Fortunately, you don't have to take that long trip just to satisfy this devilish craving for heavy oily noodles.


 
Kedai Kopi Sin Fatt Hing
opposite S.M All Saints 
 
Tuaran Mee
What I love about their version of Tuaran mee is that it has a rather spongy texture, as if the noodle was allowed to soak in water a little while longer. Is is said that a dry and brittle tuaran mee defeats the purpose as you might as well eat other noodles. The whole purpose for tuaran mee is in its spongy, wet and oily texture, and Sin Fatt Hing delivers in that sense. The downside is that after a few mouthfull of this dish will leave you feeling rather full, as you would after eating porridge, and I suspect we will feel hungry after not too long as the noodle is "bloated" with water rather that having actual mass.
 
 

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