Saturday, October 27, 2018

Hai Qiu Bentong Rojak Mee, Gamuda Walk

Hai Qiu's gastronomic heritage spans three generations, stretching back to 1954 in Pahang's Bentong town. Spreading its wings to Kota Kemuning's Gamuda Walk mall this year, family fare forms the foundation of this brand's flagship Rojak Mee, well-balanced in its house-made sweet sauce, nicely textured with cucumbers, fried crackers, tofu and egg (RM8.90), and Curry Mee, rich and savoury, rounded out with pork tendon balls, tau fu pok and fu chuk (RM12.90), both the result of Grandpa and Grandma's recipes. Wash down with a classic cendol, complete with cincau, corn, red beans and evaporated milk (RM6).

Hai Qiu Bentong Rojak Mee
L1-05, Level 1, Gamuda Walk, Jalan Anggerik Vanilla 31/99, Kota Kemuning, Shah Alam, Malaysia. Daily, 10am-10pm.


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2 comments:

  1. I see them growing pandan - I do plant it in pots too but for decoration purpose, not for consumption. I have the mother plant for that, flourishing so supply always exceeds demand.

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    1. Suituapui: ooo, a constant supply of fresh pandan - that sounds great for the household, since pandan has so many uses and benefits! :)

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