How good it is…

When I was there sometime ago, my ex-colleague dropped by for the kampua noodles that he said was the one he liked the best but the stall…

Ming Xuan Corner kampua stall

…was closed for the day even though it was just past 11.00 a.m.

Since then, I had always wanted to go back and try but I did not do so until the other day. The kampua mee

Ming Xuan Corner kampua mee 1

…was good but I would say the same about many of the rest in town. One plus point about this one here was the fact that they gave real char siew (barbecued red meat)…

Ming Xuan Corner kampua mee 2

…not the boiled pork coloured red on the outside trying to pass off as the real thing.

I also ordered the pian sip (meat dumplings), soup…

Ming Xuan Corner pian sip soup 1

…to go with our noodles and yes, it was very nice. The pain sip was all right – it was the soup that won the day, a cut above most of the rest. I could detect a hint of donq quai, something like the one here just  a stone’s throw away, and a little bit of our traditional Foochow red wine…

Ming Xuan Corner pian sip soup 2

I sure would not mind dropping by again for this sometime – that’s how good it is!

MING XUAN CORNER (2.312754, 111.846595) is located in the second block of shops on your right if you are turning in from Jalan Pedada at the junction after Delta Mall, heading towards Lorong Taman Seduan 8, somewhere opposite the Bread Sense Bakery outlet there, a little to the left.

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