Tuesday, October 13, 2015

Idamoo Sabah Food @ Mid Valley

From Menggatal to Mid Valley: Idamoo is founded by the clan behind Sabah's Nyuk Pau, a respected name for beef noodles for nearly three decades, attracting customers from both within Menggatal town & the nearby state capital of Kota Kinabalu. Jennica Saw brought her father Simon's original recipe to KL & now offers it at Mid Valley Megamall's third-floor food court.

Time-honoured comfort cuisine: Beef noodles are the star; each bowl of ngiu chap starts from RM10,50, available in options of soup or dry, served with fresh beef meat, beef balls, braised brisket, tendons & tripe - we enjoyed the tender beef & the pleasantly mellow broth. You'll also find interpretations of other Sabah noodle staples like Tuaran Mee (RM11.50) & Beaufort Mee (RM10.50); note however that these are no-pork adaptations, so they might not be authentic enough to placate purists. But they're still respectable - cooked fresh to order in hearty portions for a filling lunch or dinner. Other dishes here include the Saw family's own-concocted pandan rice platter with smoked chicken (RM10.50). Many thanks to Idamoo for having us here.

Idamoo Beef Noodles
Gerai Makanan Sabah, Sabah Beef Cuisine, Food Junction Food Court, Mid Valley Megamall, Kuala Lumpur

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12 comments:

  1. Wow, looks very good!!!

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    1. Linda: glad you like the look of this :)

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  2. KIV, would love to drop by to try. Had the Menggatal one before but I prefer Kah Hiong's. Their ngui chap in KK is...to me, the best in the world. No other can come anywhere near it. Not sure if their branch at Puchong or somewhere is as good or not. They have outlets in Brunei too.

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    1. Suituapui: ya, it'd be interesting to do a comparison and see which one you prefer in KL :)

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  3. No need to leave KL I guess - seems the world comes to us. ;-)

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    1. The Yum List: and i do hope the world keeps on coming :D

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  4. May I ask what camera and lens you use? Your pictures look amazing!

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    1. Adrina: thanks :) i use a fuji x100t ... it's a fixed lens :)

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  5. Ooooo I would love to try the beef noodles... looks good!

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    1. Baby Sumo: heheh, guess you could stop here the next time you're at mid valley :)

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  6. Not too far from our place, can go try next time when we in MV, hehehe.

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    1. CK: maybe before or after watching your next movie at MV :D

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