Yang Zhou Fried Rice & Sweet Sour Pork
This is actually a special order of their yang zhou fried rice with extra sweet sour pork added. This fried rice contains just char siew bits and eggs. It may look simple but to get its nice dry texture and wok hei isn’t something simple. Definitely a nice plate of yang zhou fried rice.
As for the sweet sour pork, it is mildly crispy outside with quite soft and tender meat. The deep fried pork pieces are stir fried with tomato and cucumber bits in a tomato sauce. Tastes pretty decent.
This is the chinese style mee goreng cooked Malay style with ketchup. This plate of fried noodles comes with prawns, sotong slices, fish cake slices and tomato stir fried in yellow noodles with eggs and bean sprouts. It has a nice wok hei and mild tastes of ketchup. Nice.
Fried Hong Kong Mee
Fried Hong Kong Mee isn’t something that comes from Hong Kong. You can’t exactly find fried Hong Kong mee there. The closest in Hong Kong is probably soy sauce fried noodles (豉油皇炒麵), found in most congee stores.
This fried Hong Kong mee uses thin yellow noodles stir fried with eggs and bean sprouts with char siew bits and prawns added. It is served with a piece of green lime on the side and you can add optional crispy lard pieces to it. It has a mildly sweet taste and tastes good with the lime squeezed in. Very nice wok hei too. I like this.
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