Wednesday, June 4

Sg. Lembing Noodle & Yong Tau Fu (Non-Halal)

Sungai Lembing was once the richest town in Pahang, known as El Dorado of the East. This tin mining town is located in Kuantan, Pahang - Malaysia.


(The only access road made of wood connecting Kuantan and Sungai Lembing)


(The famous "hanging bridge" where tourist can have their adrenalin pumping)



Everything seems nostalgic here: the buildings, the people and the price of food too!



Curry Yong Tau Fu Noodles: The curry soup was creamy and deliciously spicy! The fish paste for the Yong Tau Fu was fresh and tasted out-of-this-world!



Yong Tau Fu Noodle: The same amazing fish paste for the Yong Tau Fu and the Noodles were different. Nothing beats the home made and fresh noodles here!



I call this the economy version of the Yong Tau Fu Noodle: Same paste, same taste. The soup tasted less of MSG.



Overall, you get quality but simple food at cheap prices when you are in places like Sungai Lembing. If I could remember clearly, it only cost us about RM3 or RM4 per bowl of noodle.

There are many back-to-nature attractions in
Sungai Lembing. You can also see more pictures and hear more from Sungai Lembing boy blogger and videos of home-made-video expeditions.

"BURRPP"

5 comments:

xiaoyuen said...

They look delicious !

Alex said...

It definitely was!

KAY said...

burp....i want some...noodle.. :P

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Christy said...

This is a very informative and helpful post :)
What a wonderful and delicious variety!;)