Craving for noodles in the middle of the town is always a bad idea, especially when I'm not down town most of the time. I've been thinking of these fried noodles for quite some time, ever since we first ate here for a food crawl. Although the other noodles - Fried Hokkien noodles just struck me as average, I really loved the unusual Fried Meen Seen - tiny thin strands of vermicelli.
Took me a total of 3 times before I finally got to taste the dish - because everytime I went down town, it was either raining or not the right day. I finally struck lucky, one Thursday night. Pure luck, as the moment I sat down, I could feel a slight drizzle starting up. Usually Man Sook or Slow Uncle takes his time, but I guess with the threat of rain, he fried up the noodles in record time (less than half and hour) and I got to enjoy my crunchy noodles (abt RM6 for bliss). Tasted just as good as I remembered, and well worth the effort.
Man Sook's Stall
At the alleyway off Tengkat Tong Shin
Opposite Ngau Kee Beef Noodles
(Open at night. Closed on Tuesday or Wednesday and when the rain is very heavy.)
*Disclaimer: The opinions expressed here is entirely based on my personal tastebuds and may vary for others. The reviewer also declares that she has not received any monetary or non-monetary compensation from the restaurant for writing this review.
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