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Must we eat Yusheng on Lunar New Year.  Why not do something different.  I tried the Fried Hokkien Noodles (富见me) reads this as Mandarin and translates it as Propersity Sees Me in the New Year. This dish is served with thick vermicelli fried with Abalone clam, squid, pork, egg and bean sprouts. What surprise me what the dish was served in white banana leaf.  This adds to the fried aroma and keep the food warm.  I was busy capturing the food picture for 10 minutes and yet the food can still keep
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Must we eat Yusheng on Lunar New Year.  Why not do something different. 

I tried the Fried Hokkien Noodles (富见me) reads this as Mandarin and translates it as Propersity Sees Me in the New Year.

This dish is served with thick vermicelli fried with Abalone clam, squid, pork, egg and bean sprouts.

What surprise me what the dish was served in white banana leaf.  This adds to the fried aroma and keep the food warm.  I was busy capturing the food picture for 10 minutes and yet the food can still keep warm.

The chef used fried lard and this add the smoothen texture of the gravy.  The ingredients used was generous.  I was happy to enjoy the king size prawn, 2 slices of abalone clam.

The noodles is also served with Chatterbox home-made chilli.  It is not spicy hot.  My preference is not to add chilli and the noodles is already tasty.  

This service was fast and waitress was attentive to my needs. 

This dish costs $27.
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Date of Visit
2016-02-09
Waiting Time
10 Minutes (Dine In)
Spending Per Head
$27
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