The good Hawkers of Kepong, Aman Puri, take their Hawker-ing very seriously.
You see that blue makeshift canopy swaying in the wind? Its bleached color and tattered corners still provide excellent shade for the many customers who flock here for lunch, especially on the weekends.
Wait a minute.. It’s not Szechuan Noodle la.. it’s Sez Chun Noodle!
Anyway, from the word go, I liked the look of the starting materials.The Noodle looked
long, thick, sticky and heavy with the promise of latent carbo.
The Deep Fried Pork chunks where still sizzling with heat and I could smell the pungent, heady aroma of its succulent juices from within its browned folds.
And then I saw the fresh plump chinese herbs and knew that this hawker meant business.
He said.. Urrrrhh (yes, in lazy husband slang)
Fine. I got him the dry version because I wanted the soup.
All I can say is … GO EAT THIS!
For just RM4.50, there is soooooo much meat, herbs, noodle, flavour.. that it’s really mind boggling. No need for MSG – all the sweetness comes from the food. It’s been a month since we ate there. I really hope that in this time, they have not compromised or cut back on their ingredients. In a time where sub-standard food is rearing its ugly head more and more, Sez Chun Noodle is a martyr, a hero, a STAR. Please go try it.
One thing about the Fook Kee Empire.. it’s everywhere.
We walk down the road we see Fook Kee..
“Oh, this is jello without Vodka”, announces Cumi.
No wonder I didn’t recognise it.