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"Mo Jiu Pai" Charcoal Fried Hokkien Mee @ Cheras 3 1/2 Miles

Angeline Wednesday, February 9, 2011 , , , ,

Located at Cheras, 3 1/2 Miles, with the name of 'No Signboard', this unassuming hawker stall is not one to belittled.

Mo Jiu Pai Charcoal Fried Hokkien Mee
Location: Next to Shell Station, Batu 3 1/2
Food: 4/5
Service: 3/5
Cleanliness: 3/5
While the stall is famous for its Hokkien Mee, diners will have to be prepare for the long awaiting as it will take a minimum of 30 minutes for the food to be serve.
Me and my indoor cycling's gang
Homemade Lotus Seed Drink
Charcoal Fried Hokkien Mee
Fragrant with savoury wok taste, the Hokkien Mee was deliciously flavoured with the right hint of sweetness and savoriness. Used prawns, pork lard, pork and cabbage, stir-fried with thick yellow noodle using the most traditional way, the taste of the Hokkien Mee was simply irresistible.
Hainam Mee
Noodle with thick soup, topped with shredded cucumber, onion and fried egg. These special Hainam Mee which tasted sweet, savoury and sourish (with added lime juice), is one of the signature dish of the stall. It is indeed a very refreshing and delicious bowl of noodle.
Wat Tan Hor Fun
The Wat Tan Hor, although wasn't a famous dish in the stall, it was perfectly done. Gravy was tasty and not too gluey while the Hor Fun was stir-fried till fragrantly good.
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