I have been to Huang Di Noodle Palace long time ago but didn't blog about it. Just recently, it advertised in a local magazine and the RM8.80 braised tilapia fish caught my eye.
Piping hot Claypot lo shu fun in abalone sauce, RM6.00. The lo shu fun noodle was home made and indeed very different from what I have tried elsewhere. Firmer to the bite and slightly translucent, as opposed to whitish elsewhere.
The sauce was very flavorful, in fact, too flavorful and I couldn't help suspecting if high dosage of MSG was used. Lots of minced meat. Some freshly cut chili in soy sauce would go really well with this, for me :).
Braised tilapia, RM8.80.
OMG...look at the amount of pork lard in the plate!!! Unfortunately, the pork lard pieces were soft and soggy and I didn't eat any of them. Okay, maybe just a couple. I found the sauce a little too bland and didn't bring out the taste and flavor of the fish. Again, I think I needed some chili and soy sauce here.
A tall glass of iced cold Umbra juice / kedondong / sha lei drink, only RM1.50.
Total: RM16.30. Value for money.
I think I will be back to try other types of noodles and side dishes!
Edit: 2nd visit
Wanton noodle with char siew. RM3.80
The noodle was a little soggy, nowhere as springy as I would have liked.
The wanton wasn't good either, but at least the soup wasn't too bad - not overly "tasty" (because of MSG!!!)
I also ordered a side of shishamo. RM6.45
41, Jalan 1/62D,
Medan Putra Business Center,
Off Jalan Damansara, 51200
Tel: 03-6275 5181
GPS Coordinate: 3.191301,101.625828
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