You can choose from yellow noodles to kuay teow or even mee hoon depending on your preference. But for me, the combination of yellow noodles and kuay teow is the choice for me. We always have our noodles dry and it comes with a bowl of soup filled with 'yong tau foo' meaning tofu stuffed with fish paste. You can have your bowl of noodles plain, or you can have it with their chilli paste. You can also have it with sweet sauce. You can even have it with dark soya sauce just like how my nephew likes it!
I beg your pardon in advance because the pictures I'm going to share doesn't do justice to the how it tastes. Yours truly forgot to bring back her faithful camera and had to use my camera phone as a substitute.
|The combination of kuay teow and yellow noodle drench in oil. Notice the fried pork lard and onion.|
|The dry noodle comes with a bowl of 'yong tau foo' - fish balls, stuffed to fu, stuffed beancurd.|
|This home-made chilli paste that makes it even more interesting.|
|I like it like this mixed with the chilli paste.|
|Other sauces if chilli is not your cup of tea. The sweet sauce, dark soya sauce and light soya sauce.|