Tuesday, April 12, 2016

From Ah Meng To San Lou, Taman Iskandar, Johor

INITIAL PLAN WAS TO GO TO AH MENG restaurant at Taman Iskandar, Johor... but to our disappointment, it was closed!  Since we were around that vicinity and wanted to eat our "Smack Noodles" desperately, we opted for the second choice.  The shop is called San Lou in Taman Pelangi, it serves almost the same food as in Ah Meng, we were told.  No problem with me, as long as I get to eat my "Dessert!"

San Lou was crowded by the time we reached there... almost 8pm plus....
 Waiting patiently.. by then our tummies were "growling".....
We had crispy fried squids....
Crispy Fried Chicken with Lam Yue...
Didn't know why we ordered two fried stuff same time!
Johor's Otak Otak... very nice!
Loh Hon Chye....
Noodles in egg gravy....
And this is what we called Smack Noodles....
They are like being smacked flat!
And of course, the highlight of the dinner is... OR NEE!
The one I have been yearning for....
Sweet Dessert made of yam, pumpkin and gingko!
My favourite!
Too bad Ipoh does not have this...
*Or perhaps it is a better thing that Ipoh does not have!*
Okay, easy does it...
Mama wants a Bigger portion please....
Thank You!


21 comments:

  1. I loves the otah, the supermarket here got sell otah, something like the one you eat, i ever buy, buy inside the fridge, when want to eat it, steam it...

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    1. Good for you..over here, no otah in supermarkets...

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  2. The fried squids and nam yue chicken look so so good, I can munch munch munch non stop.. Never heard of or nee, but I think I've seen it in STP's post.. Sweet sticky dessert, yummzzz..

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    1. Next time I must see you eat... very hoi wai!

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  3. Hahaha

    Mommy wants a big portion ya. ;)

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  4. We have the yam - or nee but not served with pumpkin and whatever else like that. Love it! Can even buy at the pasar malam here, I think. My girl would love the deep fried quids. Otak-otak looks good.

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    1. Wahhh.. so nice.. can buy in pasar malam.. I cannot see any or nee in Ipoh...

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  5. All looks so good. The smacked noodles looks like bihun. I personally love the or nee & noodles in egg gravy.

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    1. Yes, they are bihun... they smacked them flat... hahaaa

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  6. Or nee is a JB delicacy, I think you can find it in many restaurants lah, as long as you are not that specific. :P

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    1. Fook Chau dessert, if not mistaken... so each time I go, I try to taste them...

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  7. Or Nee is available in KL too. Does your Or Nee taste of lard? The ones I have eaten taste of lard so I don't quite like it. The "Smack Noodles" look like glass noodles.

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    1. Oh.. didnt taste any lard... but i know it is not healthy... eat once a blue moon ok right? :) Smack noodles is mihoon...

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  8. I didn;t know Or Nee is available in KL. I guess I would love that combination of yam, pumpkin and gingko. I wonder whether you live in JB or Ipoh now?

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    1. Both places.. hahahaa.. if possible!

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    2. TM, you can get Or Nee (individual serving) in Putien Restaurant in One Utama.

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  9. I will eat everything except the or nee. Somehow, don't quite like it hee..hee...

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  10. Claire, now you are covering the southern area food too. I tasted or nee but I find it hard to accept the texture.

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  11. Every thing is yummy to me but I have not tasted Or Nee.

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