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Second Meal In Pin Sum Restaurant In Menglembu

Feeling refreshed after our two hours nap after the dim sum breakfast, we set off again for lunch around 12 noon. Since Andy had not been to Pin Sum in Menglembu before, we made the half hour trip to that place for our second meal of the day.....
We ordered their signature dish...
Sam Si Meen
Wan Tan Hor  (Flat noodles in egg gravy)
Full to the brim!
Bacon with fish paste.... 
Andy Loves them!
And some mixed varieties...
A very hearty and sumptuous meal once again....
And the bill came to RM59 plus drinks for the rive of us.....
How does that sound? :)

 

Comments

  1. Oooo...Andy has great taste - I would love the bacon rolls too! Yum! Yum!

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  2. wah I love that wat dan hor and also Andy's pick the bacon with fish paste!!! RM59 wasn't that cheap but then considering great food for 4 of you, worth the pay!! :)

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    1. Five of us actually... so it is around Rm12 per person...

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  3. RM59 for a meal for 5 people sounds perfectly legit. Why that bacon wrap seems drenched in sauce? No! That's blasphemy to the bacon strips!

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    1. Try it first... and see whether you like it or not... :)

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  4. wow~ i wanna try that hor fun and yong tau foo. i think cantonese cooks better char hor fun :P

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    1. Not sure what dialect.. we just hentam only.. hahahaa..

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  5. wah ...the wat tan hor gravy flowing down ... looks so good.

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    1. They taste good though they dont look so so good..

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  6. The price sounds very good! I think I like the first noodle best!

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  7. The signature dish is my favorite, also the egg gravy, Yum!

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  8. Another scrumptious lunch. All look good to me. Love them heaps.

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    1. Once awhile also will be nice.. too often, will be muak..

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  9. I love that sam si meen and wat tan hor.. Anything with starchy eggy gravy, I sure sapu.. Oohhh looks like pigs in blanket but with fish paste instead of sausages, interesting, I like..

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    1. Something different and it is not expensive too.. one ringgit per piece..

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  10. It sounds good! Thumb up!

    I like that sam si mien and bacon wrap!! Drooling now.

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    1. You eat one time, you will be able to cook them yourself.. :)

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  12. Makan! Makan! Makan! hah..hah... I like your activities that day :) Wah...bacon and fish paste rolls is something new to me. Must be very nice!

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    1. Never thought of that hor.. chinese authentic shop got bacon strips too..

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  13. Thumbs up! Looks so yummy! Would love to try the bacon and fish paste.

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  14. wah all my favourite! never tried sam si meen but it looks good in the pic!

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