After our initial lunch at Restoran Sin Lean Lee, we all decided to just walk our way to Kedai Makanan Nam Heong instead of driving. It helps to keep our waist down since this is gonna be an eating trip. While on the way there, we pass by Kedai Makanan Sun Seng Fatt. KCWK said the curry here was nice. So we all agreed to stop by and eat… again!
I shared my plate of curry with KCWK. Lucky him that I was on strict diet, hence he get all the good stuff, such as those prawns. Anyway, my first impression on the dried curry noodle was, “Why do the noodles looked so thin? Are they from Africa?” It’s not the usual yellow noodle that I’ve had. It seemed more like a fatter version of Maggi’s noodle, except it’s not as curly as Maggi’s. The noodle’s taste itself was nothing extra ordinary, but I loved that dried curry taste. It was laden with some curry soup, then topped with essence, the dried curry.
It was so long since I last had a good dried curry noodle. Ming Tien food court in Taman Megah used to have a very good dried curry noodle stall. But as time goes by, it was getting worse and worse by the day. Until I got sick of it and stopped eating it. I wished there’s a counterpart of this dried curry in Klang Valley. Perhaps it’s time to start the hunt again. I hope my encounter with the dried curry won’t bring any ill effect on my strict diet, but I seriously can’t hold myself back. At least I managed to discard those meat. KCWK said the curry was very spicy. I don’t remember seeing him finishing the noodle. What a waste. It was indeed spicier than normal curry, but it’s all well.
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