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For those who have great passion in pork liver and pork intestine (satay style), this is the stall that you can't miss! The specialty of this satay stall is its peanut sauce and mix with some pineapple and in turn create a sour n spicy taste! At this stall, you dont have to order how many stick you want as they will keep on "refilling".
sebrinah.yeo posted sweet-blessingz.blogspot.myExceptional
Everytime without fail, I must have my quick fix of "Pork Satay" whenever I'm in Malacca! Sun May Hiong Satay House @ Malacca! My 2nd favourite place to be. 1st is Restaurant Xiang Ji (because near Jonker Street).
The restaurant has many stalls however the beef noodles is the famous among others
If you are wondering why this eatery uses Extra Super Tanker as a name, it is because the owner finds it rather unique and easy people to remember. Just like the distinctive of the name, the customers, in addition, said that the food they are serving also unique in taste and hardly can be found in any other restaurants. Opened in July 2004, Extra Super Tanker is a Chinese restaurant in general but well known for it Seafood menu. They however, do serve family-type food preparation too. The head of chef, also the owner of the restaurant, always make sure that the food is prepared in its best. Therefore, most of the menu listed is required to be advanced in booking.
PureGlutton posted pureglutton.com 226 Reviews
True enough, when I bit into them, the sweet bouncy fresh prawn meat took me quite by surprise, in a very good way, of course. I was told only live tiger prawn meat is used, none of the frozen kind. Known as “Prosperous Fatt Choy Dumplings”, they are priced at RM8/piece and are perfect as a simple appetizer item.
The restaurant is famous for its fish head noodle. The original Woo Pin is located and still is in Cheras however the Taman Desa outlet is much more comfortable to dine in.
ojsiew posted ojsiew.blogspot.com 633 Reviews
Some order fish head noodles with milk, some without, some had fried fish while some preferred non-fried... and as a lazy person, I prefer fish paste noodles!!. hehehehe...
The restaurant has become a tourist spot.
Eaten here quite a few times during office hour lunch quite a few times about 10 years back, and I would say it is a delightful experience. Nowadays it seems this place is overrun by tourist, not sure it the quality of the food manage to hold up.
The Sarawak laksa served here is a family recipe, and that many of her ingredients are flown in from Sarawak. I believe this laksa is the coconut-less variety, but what make it special is the flavour which is fragrant yet isn't too hot. The garnishing done by this Aunty is truly special, 'hotel quality'
Motormouth posted www.j2kfm.com 552 Reviews
A perfect start to a Sunday morning should be a hearty breakfast; coupled with a cup of really good coffee or tea, and lots of natural sun to perk the mood up.
This pork mee (pork noodle) vendor occupies the front right corner of a Brickields coffee shop. A number of noodle types are on offer, both rice (kuayteow, loh see fun, bee hoon) and wheat (mee and mee sua). Noodles can be had in soup or konlo (dry-mixed), and egg is optional. Piled atop a gently poached egg and swathed in dark soy and oil-fried garlic, they were accompanied by a tiny saucer of fresh chilies in soy sauce and a small bowl of soup.
d_luaz posted pablopabla.blogspot.com
For me, it is also one of the best pork mee I have tried. My boss swears by it! He has been eating this guy's pork mee ever since he was a kid staying in Brickfields.