Thursday, 6 September 2018

Addicted


After having my first taste of Champ's Chee Yok Fun, I had to have it again. Talk about addiction.


This time I decided to have the dry version with egg. I had no idea what the dry version is like, I thought that the noodles would simply be tossed with the meat and veggies like dry style wanton mee hah..hah...

But no, it's not like that at all.


Oh I see..... the noodles are tossed with some sauce and served separately with a bowl of the soup.


The noodles were very tasty with generous sprinkling of chee yau char


The soup was as good as before. I am in love. Head over heels.

As usual. Good to the last drop.



And when I showed this photo to my brother, he simply had to try it for himself.



So on the day that I had Lei Cha, he had his first taste of the Chee Yok Fun with egg.



He enjoyed it a lot too. He also got us a Char Koay Teow to share.



I thought this Char Koay Teow was adequately decent and you get cockles too.



That was a really good meal and yeah, Champ's has made me a fan.


25 comments:

  1. From the photos, I can see why you are in love with the soup because it looks so thick and rich with porky goodness. I think I will go try the char kway teow the next time I eat at this food court. Thanks for this recommendation.

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    1. You got that right. Now the pork noodles at Annie-1 pale in comparison. By the way, Dave's Deli has just opened.

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    2. oh thanks for the info. Next time we go there, we will go eat at Dave's Deli. hopefully there will still be seats available during lunch.

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  2. Any noodle with generous pork lard is good! Yummy and sinful. Hahaha.

    No wonder you are addicted. I know I would.

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    1. LOL! I won't go anywhere else for pork noodles :)

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  3. I like the chee yau char! Makes noodles very heong and nice... This morning I had a bowl of chicken koay teow soup and then another separate plate of fried noodles to share among three of us!

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  4. Ooooo...so many cockles!!! And liver!!! Oooo...I know I'll love this place!!!

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  5. Your bowl of soup certainly caught my attention, dear! It's so rich! xoxo

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  6. Wah!! Wah!! Wah!! Your brother had such a big bowl of porky noodles and still ordered CKT to share. I could barely finish that bowl at Champs and to lure my wife to help a bit. Annie-1 is better la.

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  7. i guess of all the evil things in the world that we could be addicted to, chee yok fun is not the worst one! :)

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    1. You know what, I have to agree with you!

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  8. porkilicious good!! I want a bowl now!!!

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  9. I'm so surprised to hear that you have not had the dry version of chee yuk fun before...hihihi! ;) Eating the pork noodles soup separately brings out the true taste of the soup without the noodles getting into the way of the taste. Though I would love that, I love the soup version too much and usually never order the dry version unless they have yee mee. What noodles did you have? The kway teow here looks very thick. I have to hand it to you...you have this knack of drinking all the soup when it's good. I don't do that even if it's good...haha! ;D

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    1. I didn't even know that there is a dry version until I saw it on the menu hah..hah... I had kway teow, my favorite. It's always koay teow for me when it comes to soup. Yup, when the soup is good, I clean the bowl!

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  10. I love the noodles you had, i welcome pork lards anytime, i just had fish ball noodles with lots of chee yau char last night too, so satisfying

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  11. I can understand why you are addicted and i see pork livers, yums especially when it is cooked just nice, not too tough, my mom used to cook claypot livers, miss them

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  12. Ahhh! Chee yau char....seldom get to eat noodles with chee yau char! The porkie soup looks so delicious! Hmmm...this post is making me hungry!

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  13. I always love dry noodles, be it cee yoke fun or wonton mee, as it is easier to eat, without the hot soup :P I'm surprise to hear that you have not had the dry version of chee yoke fun before :P

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