This is their maggi goreng with an extra fried egg added. It comes with potato bits, chopped onions and green chilli, bean sprouts and quite generous amounts of mutton bits. These are stir fried with the noodles and served with cucumber slices and ketchup on the side.
The maggi mee noodles unfortunately is a bit on the softer side. The wok hei is pretty decent though and tastes rather nice. Fried egg is just a normal sunny side with a runny yolk but it isn’t with crispy whites. I would have preferred the egg whites with crispy sides. Still decently likeable though.
Mee Hoon Goreng Ikan Bilis
This mee hoon goreng ikan bilis is fried white style without the red ketchup seasoning sauce and replaces mutton bits with ikan bilis. Comes with the usual potato bits, chopped onions, vegetables and green chilli. stir fried with an egg and some bean sprouts.
The ikan bilis here is quite good, with a very crispy crunch and nice savoury flavours. However the fried mee hoon is a bit bland in the flavouring department and can’t exactly taste the wok hei. Still passable though.
This roti john is nicely pan toasted inside with a mild crisp, but its outside parts are still soft and chewy. Would have been better if there is a light crisp too. It comes with the usual filling of egg omelette with chop onions and mutton bits. Rather generous amounts of mutton bits and a nice mild curry flavouring. Served with toppings of sweet chilli sauce. Quite likeable.
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