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Growing up in the heart of Kuala Lumpur, one place that I have frequented over the years is the Lai Foong Beef Noodle stall, located nearby Petaling Street. Many years has since passed, however when I make the trip back I will indulge in a bowl of the beef noodle!
Filled with ingredients of lean beef, tripe and beef balls, beef tendon, and beef intestine; the taste and quality has remained the same as Thomas Tan strives to maintain the beef noodle legacy of his late grandfather based on an authentic 80-year-old Hainanese recipe.
The chef hard at work preparing the delicious beef noodles!
Beef noodles that lasted the test of time, simply scrumptious!
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Yong Tau Foo is a famous hawker food in Ipoh and is commonly found in food court and coffee shops around the town. I personally find the Yong Tau Foo in Ipoh tastier, and was delighted when my friend KS introduced me to Nam Fatt Fish Ball Noodle House.
My family visited this air conditioned noodle shop which was located along Jalan Kampar on our recent Ipoh trip. Our meal started off with a plate of Stew Beef Noodles @RM6.80. It was served with plenty of vegetables, indeed different from those serve in Penang.
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This time the focus is on the Ngau Larm Mee stall (Chinese style braised beef brisket noodle) at Sai Lam, an old coffee shop at the corner of Chulia Street and Carnarvon Street. This delicious braised beef can be served with variation of noodles: springy thin or the broad wanton noodles or better still with hor fun. Whatever the choice is, it comes with generous portion of flavorful beef pieces.
Dry Ngau Larm Mee with broad noodles
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One of my favorite places for Beef noodles has to be the shop at the intersection of Beach and Chulia Street. This place is also known as the BOMBA BEEF KOAY TEOW as the landmark that stands out would be the fire station, located right opposite it. The shop has been selling beef noodles for many years now, and is still a hit with the locals and foreigners alike.
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Padang Brown hawker center in Penang is well known to tourists visiting the island as well as the Penangites themselves. It is usually packed with people during lunch and teatime, however many people overlook the many food choices it has to offer for dinner. In the night, the brightly lighted up stalls on the right-hand side of the place are predominantly Malay hawkers.
All the stalls faces an open space with a children playground and just walking distance away from the busy junction of Perak Road/Anson Road.
As always, the first thing that arrived at the table are the drinks - hot cup of teh tarik (milk tea) and icy cold air sirap (syrup drink).
We had the soup kambing (mutton soup) and the soup lembu (beef soup). The soup is very aromatic and rich in herbs and spices. It goes hand in hand with the meat which gives this soup the ultimate taste buds sensation. The lean meat is very tender as it is boiled in the soup for several hours. Hubby gave his two thumbs-up for the soup lembu (RM3.00) whereas my son loves the soup kambing (RM3.50).
Besides the regular cut of meat, those who are more adventurous could opt for some extra ingredients such as the perut (stomach) and urat (veins). Most customers have the bowl of soup together with Bengali roti (bread). The bread compliments the soup very well.
This is the stall which serve many varieties of noodles and rice. This plate of nasi goreng (fried rice) with egg comes with pieces of separately cooked beef (RM4).
A plate of pasembor was reasonably priced at RM3 with mostly the basic ingredients of beancurd, egg, cucumber, keropok (fried fritters) and the rest of the condiments. All the ingredients are topped with spoonfuls of sauce…very tasty indeed.
The hawker stalls directly opposite that operate in the daytime are famous for the Lok Lok, Pohpiah and the Chinese pasembor.
Entrance to the food court and the parking lot is directly behind the Dato Kramat police station.
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Just see how much trouble they take to cut this piece of paper thin pickled white radish.On top of our food list was Chadolbaegi – beef brisket (RM 45), followed by Osam Bulgogi – pork belly with squid (RM35). The thinly beef slices comes with quite a bit of fats which makes it more tender. The pork and squid were marinated in red pepper paste.The meat is charcoal grilled by the staff unlike when we did it ourselves in Kim Chi Restaurant. The grilled tender and juicy pieces of meat is absolutely delicious eaten with a dip in their special sauce. It enhances the flavor of the meat wonderfully !!The slightly spicy red pepper paste used for marinating the pork and squid is very tasty and it further raises our appetite. The meat is best eaten wrapped up in lettuce or the perilla leaves.Yukgaejang is another dish that we had. This hot and spicy beef soup has a combination of beef slices, lots of fresh vegetables and egg. It is accompanied with a bowl of rice.
Dining is very pleasant in this very well ventilated restaurant. Exhaust funnels fixed under the table helps to suck up the smoke from the griller. So no worries of smelly clothings after the meal
At the end of our meal, we were served with watermelon and refreshing chilled dessert drink. My son loves the drink……who would have thought that a simple rice drink tasted so good.
We fully enjoyed the dinner. The staff were friendly and service was quick….with a press on the bell at the table.There will definitely be many more visits for us to this restaurant to savour their other dishes especially their Beef Bulgogi. The last time we had this dish was at Sam Oh Jeong Korean Restaurant. I highly recommend this Korea Palace BBQ Restaurant to anyone looking for good Korean food in Penang. This place is run by a friendly Korean lady who is always on hand to assist newbies to Korean cuisine.
Here is the location.
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The dishes that we had goes well with the rice but take note that their bowl of rice cost RM1.20..(bit pricey for plain white rice). Overall the food is very tasty and unique in its own way. Business starts from 12.00 noon right till 10.30pm. For reservations, do call 04 2275048.
Finding a car park space can be a bit difficult during peak hours as there are only a few parking lots right in front of the restaurant.
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