Recently I had the chance to revisit them and I was quite impressed with their Sang Har Meen.
Sang Har Meen.
Typically the prawns that come with Sang Har Meen are huge fresh water prawns. Because it's so big the prawns are very meaty. Unfortunately they are also very pricey! Before I ordered I had to clarify with the waitress on the price of the prawns because if you're not careful you will really spend a hell of a lot of money on them. The waitress told me a single prawn would typically cost me something like RM20 so I only ordered a single prawn :P Anyways it was only me and ST eating so a single prawn is really quite enough. Besides we also ordered another noodle dish.
They score good marks with the freshness of the prawn... kudos to them for that. However the great thing about the Sang Har Meen isn't really in the prawn itself. Instead it's in the sauce! The prawn is served on top of a yee mee braised with some thick eggy sauce. The best part of the sauce is that the egg is semi cooked. After mixing the egg thoroughly with the sauce you something that's really rich tasting. Who doesn't love eggy sauces?
Geong Chung Ngau Yuk Hor (Beef Noodles with Ginger and Onions).
The other dish we had that day was the Beef Noodles with Ginger and Onion. I liked the way the beef slices they served were very tender and easy to eat. However they seem to lack the beefy taste. The egg sauce is there in this dish again but the taste is not as strong because it's overpowered by the beef, ginger and onions. However it's still a nice dish and I would recommend it. I saw lots of people eating this dish as well so it seems to be a customer's favourite over there.
No 5, Lorong Yap Ah Loy,
50050 Kuala Lumpur.
H/P: 019-373 9135, 012-321 6988, 012-323 6634.