Monday, February 4, 2013

Restaurant Ah Hua at Batu Pahat - Minced Pork Noodle

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This place one of the try have when you're Batu Pahat!
It has been a really long time since I blogged about food. Now that I think of it, food review sounds so damn formal when its from my personal dining session instead of invited food reviews. Anyway, this was a year back; yeah, it has been that long before I decided to blog about it. This restaurant is at Batu Pahat and happens to be at the same taman where I used to live during my primary - secondary school days.

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After all these years, the place changed alittle; the only same thing is, they're still at the same place LOL. Locals would know Ah Hua's Rou Chui Mien(minced pork noodle) but for others, it might be hard to find the place. My father used to hate this place because he thought the place was unclean but anyway, that was a REALLY REALLY long time ago. Things have changed now(doh) and the taste was so freaking nostalgic especially when the taste is still so consistent after all these years.

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Apparently they sell yong tau foo now as well. A good combo if you asked me. 

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For those who can read Chinese :P

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To be honest, I don't recall who does the cooking and stuff but this uncle seems to be the one lah. We ordered the minced pork noodles with some side dishes of yong tau foo. There was a crowd but it didn't take long before our food arrived.

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As fresh as it gets.

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Behold, a bowl of happiness

Looks like any ordinary minced pork noodle right? The magic happens AFTER you mix everything up.

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After mixing it with the chili paste

I've made myself so hungry from just looking at the picture. The noodles was nicely done with the usual springy texture. The sauce was very fragrant and it made the noodles and mince pork stand out even more. Their special chili paste also gave it a nice spicy flavor to every mouthful but don't put too much as it can be quite spicy. I suggest you try a little before adding more chili paste. 

I don't have the address to the place but I do know that the Jalan and Taman name is called Jalan Ampang Jaya and Taman Ampang Jaya. I've created a google map for the location. Hope it helps

Update: The restaurant is behind Nirwana Maju Hypermarket beside Taman Pantai. (Thanks tigersden)


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5 comments:

  1. Wouldn't it have been easier to say its located right behind Nirwana Maju Hypermarket beside Taman Pantai :)

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  2. @Tigersden:

    Thanks for the information. I'll update my post. :)

    And...I still don't know where Nirwana Maju Hypermarket hahahaha

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  5. You can also try the curry laksa at Taman Bukit Perdana run by a husband and wife team in the corner coffeeshop Yuen Zhi Wei. One of the three best in town.The best thing is it still cost only rm3.oo normal bowl.

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