Wednesday, April 9, 2014

A Yummy Treat In Station 18, Pengkalan

I was given a treat by my good buddy, Lynn... yes, it has been a long time since I last had a good meal with her.  We went to Station 18, it is her territory so she knows where to find good food!  The shop is called Man Yii if I am not mistaken.  It is a corner shop located near to Tesco and AEON and it was crowded when we arrived....

If shop is full of patrons, it means the food must be pretty Good....
But the setback is... crowded mean we have to wait awhile longer for the food to arrive....
I couldn't resist not ordering this plate of Hakka mee 
when I saw the picture pasted at the stall...
And after awhile, the real one came... 
It turned out exactly as the display....
Noodles not hard and not too soft...
Just perfect!
My friend ordered her favourite meehoon with mixed varieties...
She told me that the fish noodles is also very nice.... 

And as if those above were not enough... 
She ordered another plate of fried koayteow with cockles, prawns and egg!
She said I must try this too since I was there already...
Yes, this plate of noodles had the "wok hei" taste! 
Yummmss...
Her cheeky grin... 
That's her trademark smile.... 
Thank you, Lynn...  for the Yummy Treat!
Take me there again, OK?  
hahahaa... 


38 comments:

  1. Ahh yes... the Hakka Mee looks great, but no chili?

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    1. Got wanton dumplings and green chillies.. not shown only! :)

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  2. So much sauce in the Hakka mee? The ones I had in Seremban were quite dry, almost like Kuching kolo mee, not quite like Sibu kampua. Still, it looks the best among all three. How much?

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    1. I prefer it to have a bit of sauce so that it is not dry and lumpy.. if not mistaken, the price is around RM4 with a bowl of dumplings..my friend paid and I have forgotten how much ...

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  3. All looks good? Am noodle lover, so definitely vote for the Hakka mee. Your friend has nice dimple along with her sweet smile.

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  4. I love noodles, any kind! Hope I'll have the chance to try someday.......

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  5. Went Station 18 once, but no time to check out those eateries~

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    1. Some other time then.. the shops are always there... :)

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  6. Your friend Lynn really has a very cheeky grin. :)

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  7. I see the hakka mee I am really tempted to eat it. The char koay teow looks delicious too. Ah, very hungry now after midnight, I better go and sleep to prevent from eating.

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  8. Enjoying retirement already huh ? So tarn !

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  9. Lynn is very cute and looks like she has good taste for where to eat. I WANT that first picture of the food, YUM!

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    1. hahaha... that was why I put it first..

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  10. I was concentrating on Lynn's dimples.. Sweet.. I've always wanted to have dimples when I was a kid. I used to take chopsticks or a pen to keep poking my cheeks, so that the area would sink and have a "dimple" after that.. Boo!
    I love hakka mee.. I always order hakka mee (with extra minced meat) at the coffeeshop.. Oh my, the bowl of pork mee looks good.. I only see minced pork balls and pork slices.. Where are the intestines and liver? Hahaha..

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    1. You really made me want to laugh out loud, Louiz! Poke cheeks with pen? ouch! ouch!! But I thought you have dimples? Ok, I go and have a look at your FB page again... hahaha...

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  11. I go Ipoh, your turn to bring me there ya... hehe...

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    1. Ok, provided I still remember the way... hahaha...

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  12. Looks wonderful!

    ALOHA from Honolulu
    ComfortSpiral

    =^..^= <3


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  13. when i looked at the first photo, i had a sudden confusion: hakka, kampua or kolo?? hahaha.. maybe have been seeing this thing too much in the blogs i visit.. okay, so this HAKKA noodles look nice leh, and i also like the noodles soup.. :)

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    1. Yes, the Sibu kampua, Kuching Kolo and now Ipoh Hakka! Terribly confusing, I know... see too much also don't feel like eating already.. .hahaha..

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    1. This shop makes it not bad... I quite like it.. .

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  15. Indeed a yummy treat. The Hakka noodle looks yummy. I taste Hakka kolok mee in Kuching before. Wonder it taste the same as yours?

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    1. I think each state has their own special type of noodles...

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  16. I am a Hakka but never know got Hakka Mee, never heard of it in KK here though a lot of Hakkas around here.I guess will have to find it in Kuching or in Ipoh for a taste of Hakka Mee :D

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    1. My in laws are Hakka too and they also never cook that before.. :)

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  17. That's good it exactly look like the display picture, because some really has lots of different, then they'll states there as this's just display, doesn't mean will be look alike!!!

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    1. Yeah, most of them do not look alike but this one does.. hahaha..

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  18. wow, nice. I must check out this place should I go there.

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  19. Wah! Your friend's dimple is so deep and cute. When she showers, the water will clog at her dimple. Wakakakakakaka

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    1. hahhaa.. i will have to ask her that....

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