Tuesday, 26 September 2017

One More Try


After tasting the Wanton Mee at Pudu Chan Fatt Wantan Mee and not liking it, I went back after reading about the Lion Head Meatballs and Chinese Sausage with Fried Egg on Kris' blog. I simply had to taste those two dishes.

Of course I had to make two visits to do that. I had the Lion Head Meatballs first and chose to have the noodles dry, forgetting that it being wantan mee, it would be tossed in that strange tasting sauce.

See how stingy they are with the pickled chilies.
I was very curious about the meatballs.

The broth was awesome.
Upon tasting, they reminded me of something I have eaten before. Very strong flavors with a hint of Chinese cooking wine. I was trying very hard to recall what it was and I reckon it was probably a dimsum item.


I'm afraid I wasn't a fan of these meatballs but I liked the soup and drank it to the last drop.


As for the wantan noodles, it was yay to the springy noodles but nay to the sauce. I do wish that the proprietor would change the sauce to the conventional one but then again, that would not make it Pudu Chan Fatt, would it? 

On my next visit, this was what I had.

The most beautiful fried egg I have ever seen.
Is that fried egg gorgeous or what? I loved the way the Homemade Chinese Pork & Liver Sausage with Egg was plated. So pretty, don't you think?


I went with the dark rice and I agree with Kris that the sausages were scrumptious. 


I couldn't resist doing the egg porn shot heh..heh...


This dish came with some chili sauce which tasted like those commercial chili boh and I left it untouched. Anyway, the dish is already so flavorful and delicious that the chili sauce was unnecessary.

On this visit and the previous ones, I saw the proprietor (recognized her from newspaper article) but she did not smile or make any attempt to say hi. I guess she is probably a reserved person. A bit of PR would be a nice touch but that's just my opinion.

Honestly, I thought that I would give the two dishes a try and not come back again but the sausages made such an impression on me that I might just come back for them.

35 comments:

  1. ah so you have tried these two dishes. As my spouse likes to eat pork and runny eggs I will bring him to try them.

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    1. I am sure he will enjoy the rice with sausages. I hope you try the wanton mee and let me know what you think.

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    2. ok, i will try the wanton mee when we go there.

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  2. OMG! What is Egg Porn?? I had to google image and was shocked to see all the veli hamsap photos appeared instead. Now I wanna find pomelo leaves to wash my eyes.

    I agree that the dish looked so appetizing with the dark rice and sausages with the egg yolk bursting out. I will go there to eat this and do your Egg Porn shot too! Kakakakaka

    #EggPornShot #TembakTelorHamsap #SedapLagiHamsap

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    1. Go and eat but stay away from the wanton mee hah..hah..

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  3. I guess the rice with the sausage must be their signature dish. Nice presentation!

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    1. Their signature dish is supposed to be the wantan mee which unfortunately does not taste good to me.

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  4. Egg porn shot? Hehehe...

    The fried egg looks nice and so tempting that I can understand why you couldn't resist doing egg porn shot ^_^

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    1. hee..hee...I see other bloggers call it that, so I follow :) I love fried eggs done like that with the yolks all runny and soft.

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  5. Yay, I'm glad you liked the sausages. Did you like the pork or the liver one? Yeah, their chilli sauce is hopeless (that's why I said skip the chilli dip...haha!) :D You didn't try the fried sui kow?

    Aiyah, you should have eaten the lionhead meatball noodles in soup. Maybe the not delicious dry wantan noodles marred your overall assessment of the dish...kekeke! ;D But glad that you thought the broth was awesome too. By the way, judging from the cross-section of your meatball, the filling looks a bit different to the one I had. The one I had had shredded Chinese cabbage (pak choy), yours seem to have cubed sengkuang, corn and onions? I don't like it when the sengkuang is chopped so coarsely (I once had a very nice fried bean curd roll in my neighbourhood where the sengkuang is chopped finely and later they got lazy, maybe too many to make, and chopped them coarsely, and it affected the overall taste of the item).

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    1. Opps..I ate both sausages together and thought both were good. OK, my next visit (hee..hee..) I will eat separately and decide. I remember you mentioned that the liver one is tastier.

      Yup, should have gone with the soupy one! I have no idea what vegetable was in the meatballs. Yeah, they were very coarse. Just for that delicious soup, I won't mind eating the meatballs again.

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    2. I forgot about the fried sui kow but will be sure to check it out next time :)

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  6. Can't say that the egg got me all excited despite the runny yolk, minus the golden fringe.

    Liver sausages? I would like to try that. Had another go at the Taiwan ones here this morning - it was good! Post in my blog coming soon.

    Ya, I cooked those lionhead meatballs once, nothing to shout about - I would be fine with just plain meatballs in the lovely clear soup.

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    1. I know, you have very high standards for fried eggs hee...hee...

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  7. Sound like you prefer the latter dish. I would go for the rice myself. Never pike wanton noodle because of the sayce they used. Haha. I am still not acquire to wanton noodle in West Msia. Lol.

    Why lion's head meatball? What a name!

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    1. Yes, I prefer the rice dish. Very delicious. Yeah, I also wonder why it is called lions's head.

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    2. traditional dish in taiwan and maybe china. lion head because it is supposed to be a huge meatball that is the size of a lion head, hehehehe!

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    3. Oh. That sound like it. Thanks for the explanation, Mun.

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  8. I agree with u, a bit of PR will be a nice touch..

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  9. I love runny egg and the egg here looks gorgeous

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  10. You are still experimenting with food and it’s seems getting better and better !! Yummy !

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  11. Looks to me like they cooked the yolk and white separately?? Cheers

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    1. Oh. really? I did see some tips from bloggers who suggested cooking the whites and yolks separately to achieve that perfect sunny side up look.

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    2. oh, I am surprise to read this. how to cook them separately? let me google for more info.

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  12. I believe runnt egg yolk + Chinese sausage would be a good combination!

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  13. Tak pernah jadi mcm tu kalau goreng telu tau! Mesti tak cantik ....nak gi kursus menggoreng telur ah haha....

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  14. Hi there! The dish with egg and sausage looked so delicious! It made me hungry.

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    1. Hi Lei! It was delicious and I enjoyed my meal :)

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