Wednesday, March 19, 2008

Handmade Oyster Mee Sua

Today I had Taiwan food at a restaurant called Shihlin Snack at The Gardens Mid Valley. The restaurant located at LG floor, the area which connected Mid Valley Megamall's Center Court, LG floor to The Gardens Mid Valley. Err... does my description sounds too confusing? I hope not. Well, there is actually not much choice in the menu at Shihlin Taiwan Street Snacks. There are only 4 types of food if I am not mistaken. I ordered the Handmade Oyster Mee Sua which tasted pretty good. Although the potion looks small because they are using a smaller size bowl compare to the conventional big soup bowl we use to have when eating noodles, it does fills up my stomach just right. It has a starchy soup base like Shark Fin's soup. There are a few big chunks of oysters and some shredded chicken meat with it. You can add in their special chili paste if you like, which I did. The green leaves thing on top of it, as in the picture is coriander leaves which I don't eat. What’s the price? RM6 per bowl. Well, maybe next time I'll try out some other food on their menu later.

2 comments:

Tot's Mom said...

Looks yummy. Price also reasonable. Wish I could try too!
By the way, I got back your comment for my post the other day. Next time when your comment disappears that's because it has been caught as spam. I just need to de-spam it and it will appear. So, don't worry about retyping.

Amidrin said...

Oh, ok thanks for letting me know :-)