This mee goreng has the usual mutton bits, potato, chopped vegetables and bean sprouts stir fried with yellow noodles and egg with a red ketchup sauce added. The mutton bits are soft but tastes a bit gamey. The fried noodles is on the soft side as well with a mild alkaline taste. It comes served with the usual cucumber slices and ketchup on the side. Tastes average.
Mee Hoon Goreng
Besides the usual red coloured mee goreng, the white version of mee hoon goreng is available. This comes with ikan bilis instead of the usual mutton bits. On top of the savoury tasting ikan bilis, it contains the usual chopped vegetables, chopped green chilli, potato and bean sprouts stir fried with egg and mee hoon. It is served with some cucumber slices and ketchep on the side. This mee hoon goreng has a peppery taste, and the ikan bilis is turning soft. In my opinion, this tastes just normal but still better than their mee goreng.
Roti John is available here as well. This roti john has its bread pan fried until it is slightly crispy outside. The bread is chewy and not exactly fluffy though. Comes sandwiched with an egg and mutton omelette in between and topped with sweet chilli sauce. Tastes ordinary.
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