Monday, November 21, 2016

Sarawak Kolo Mee

SG version of Sarawak Kolo Mee with minced meat, char siew, meat balls, two slices of Fried Wantons and vegetables. Costed S$5.80 at QQ Noodle House.

Some reviews of the noodles feel that the noodles were not very authentic (some even commented that it is a far cry from home), but I find the overall taste alright for me, maybe because I am not a very picky eater.

However, one point to note, the Fried Wantons had almost no fillings and were mere dumpling skin.

But their service was quite good, fast and polite.

This is how the noodles look.

QQ Noodle House
231 Victoria Street, Bugis Village, 188025

10 comments:

mun said...

from the photo, ir looks good. i like to eat deep fried wanton skins so ok if no fillings inside.

Libby said...

Mun: It tastes not bad, even though some reviews are not very good

suituapui said...

Heard of this place. Yes, not all good reviews. I guess it is not quite the same as the real thing, that's why. The wrong kind of veg and the fish balls and the fried wantons, all stick out like sore thumbs...but as long as it is nice, what's in a name.

Rose World said...

Not authentic kolo mee. You must visit Kuching some day and I bring you to eat the real kolo mee.

Yours was pretty pricey too.

Twilight Man said...

You will be surprised to hear that KL has very good Sarawak Kolo Mee now. Some said better than any Sibu stalls. Unbelievable.

Phong Hong said...

I haven't tried Sarawak Kolo Mee yet. Was it good?

Nancy Chan said...

I have not tasted the Sarawak kolo mee but this one looks good.

Agnes cfl said...

Every where seems to have their localised Sarawak Kolo mee, I have not tried the authentic one in Sarawak yet but the ones sold in Sabah are very nice.

Esther Lee said...

Look like ordinary wanton mee without dark paste, similar to hakka mee.

Libby said...

PH: It was quite nice