18 Dec 2010

Sarawak Kolo Mee ....Jalan Besar

PLS NOTE THIS PLACE IS NOT SELLING KOLO MEE ANYMORE CHANGE OF OWNERS

The curly wonder.....

I last had Sarawak Kolo Mee....maybe...was quite a long back...along Upper Thomson Rd.Really I could not recall how it tasted.All I remember, it tasted something like wanton mee...

When I was having Xi Ji Chicken Rice notice this stall next to it....



 The serving portion was good.Came top with Char siew,fried wanton,some minced pork and veges.The char siew cut and portion was good,taste was okay,I really don't nitpick on char siew,when it's accompanied with noodles.

The fried wantons had a touch of minced meat in it.The skin was very crispy,the meat added to the taste.Nice.

 The lightly sprinkle minced meat,was well seasoned,did add more flavour to the taste of the noodles.


 The noodles were all curled up,quite different looking from the everyday wanton noodles or other noodles(comparison below).Taste wise these noodles tasted across between the dried wanton noodles and the yellow Hokkien mee.It was nice,done QQ all the ingredients and sauce,blended well.As a whole I really did enjoyed it.



They had wanton noodles,which was quite okay.The noodles for the wanton mee were long strains not curled.Served almost as the same,with blanched wantons but minus the minced pork.




Though the sauce tasted almost the same.It was more situated and blended very well with the curly Sarawak Kolo Mee serving.
Both the noodle prices starts from $3.00.

A direct comparison look at both the noodles.






















It's anyone's guess ......













Sarawak Kolo Mee
193 Syed Alwi Road
Singapore.
5.30p.m-2.00a.m
Closed on Sunday

3 comments:

  1. Fantastic blog. Congratulations!!!

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  2. I love kolo mee. Thanks for the recommendation. Looking forward to try them :-)

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  3. Thanks,for visiting hope the taste pleases you.

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