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Friday, September 28, 2012

Teow Chew Meng Restaurant SS14 Subang

A Friday evening it was where I went over to a restaurant named Teow Chew Meng located at SS14 in Subang:

They're introducing some new dishes into their menu at the Subang SS14 branch where all their new dishes starts off at a price of just RM6!

Whilst awaiting for the rest of the invited people for this food tasting session to arrive, we were served with some appetizers with an introduction of the restaurant.
Here's the Octopus:
Chewy and nice. Goes well with the sauce that's been laid served together. Can taste that it's fresh.
And one more appetizer served to us was the Kerabu Mango:
Teow Chew Meng started off in Penang before it opened it's branches in the Klang Valley area. The owner of this SS14 branch is the son-in-law of the originator.

We were first served with the Mee Sua Tow:
The noodles are soft and nice and the mixture with the soup and ingredients all goes well together. But after awhile, I would say it would be nice if you put some condiments on it like light soy sauce then it would taste better.
Teow Chew Meng restaurant also sells it's own brand of Mee Sua or in English, Vermicelli.
There's the not so instant one:
And an instant one, just like your maggi mee:
There's even a cooking demo for the instant one done by the owner.
First you light up your fire and put 1 cup (or 1 and a half cup for the inexperience so you don't overboil it) into your saucepan:
Cut up the packet of Vermicelli and pour it into the water when it's boiled (take out the seasoning so you don't slide it into the boiled water):
Loosen up the noodles with the boiling water:
And add in the seasoning into the pot:
If you like, add an egg in for extra flavor to it:
And finally, pour it into a bowl for your enjoyment:
Put in some spring onions and something extra on top for even more taste:

It's that simple. Just like cooking your maggi mee.

Here's a chili that they made up on their own:
It's called 'Laat Sei Lei' in Cantonese direct translation, Spicy Die You. LOL. Ok, it's more spicier than your average chili kinda like your cili padi spicy level. It goes well with the noodle dishes and definitely recommended to take with it to add a kick to it.

Here's the Roasted Duck Noodles:
I would say it's averagely nice but with the kind of price they're selling, it's worth it.
Here's the Pork Noodle:
I generally love eating pork.
But hats off to the next dish:
The Beef Noodles. This is the best of the lot I tasted for the evening. Add in their special chili and you have a great dish.

4 comments:

foongpc said...

Oh long time I didn't eat at Teow Chew Meng. Last time used to go to the SS2 outlet and I also saw this boss there. Oh new menu? Maybe it's time I go there again!

Kelvin 'finalkt3' Tan said...

Ah, but this new addition is not available at SS2 branch. It's my 1st time trying Teow Chew Meng

Bananazஇ said...

Oh great! Octopus huh, ma favorite, now Bananaz need not have to wait too long to have them at Nibong Tebal, Penang shall drop by SS14 one day. tQ

Kelvin 'finalkt3' Tan said...

Yup, the Octopus that I tasted is fresh and has a nice taste.