320 St Georges Road
I am always on the hunt for good Malaysian food. It’s surprisingly hard to come by. Favourite chicken rice, check. I’m ready to add another favourite to my list and I think I might have found it.
Fried Kueh Teow with XO Sauce - Fried Rice Noodles with Shrimps, Calamari, Fishcakes & Beanshoots
They have four options. A Fried Kueh Teow, a Clam Kueh Teow, and the option to have XO Sauce with either one. I was told the XO sauce is preferable as it enhances the fragrance and flavour of the dish.
I have to say this is probably the closest I’ve come to finding my favourite Fried Kueh Teow in Melbourne. I’m no expert but I have to say I typically fault most places on the noodle being far too thick and lacking the silky texture, and that there isn’t the authentic charred flavour or fragrance. This dish has everything I look for, it smelt amazing, the noodles were the right size. It felt right. And the deliciously familiar flavours. I would come back time and again for it. Not to mention crunchy beanshoots, juicy shrimps and fishcake.
Har Mee - Noodle in spicy prawn stock soup, served with prawn, kangkung, pork & egg
The broth is not as rich or as hearty as it should be. It’s actually rather light and peppery. If you’re looking for authentic prawn mee, this probably isn’t for you. But if you’re open to a tasty variation, then give it a try. I quite liked the broth.
Tom Yum Mee Hoon - Vermicelli served in Thai Tom Yum Soup with Seafood
Nothing out of the ordinary. Light and sour tom yum soup.
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