Friday, February 16, 2007

So good it doesn't taste vegetarian!

Once again, ieat's makan gang impressed me when they introduced this Xing Hwa Vegetarian stall located near Fortune Centre. Prior to trying out the food in this stall, I had the impression (and from previous experience) that vegetarian food just can't make it. I mean, it really has that bland and monotonous vegetarian food taste if you know what I mean. Plus, all the chilli also have that same boring taste which lacks of something, He bi (dried shrimps) perhaps?

Anyways, we tried out this stall's speciality which is Whatasupahaochi! tang hoon. Haha, just kidding, I forgot what it's called so if you happen to visit, just ask for the speciality okay?

This dish really prove to be a shock to me because it was darn good! It's really tasty and I don't know what they put inside in to make it taste so. It's very flavourful, texture of the tang hoon is good, wetness is just right and you won't feel sick eating a whole plate of it. I'd say it's even better than normal stir-fry tang hoon. I also like the peanuts, more please?

Next up is a plate of Woohoosupaslurpie! mee. Okay lar, I wasn't attentive to names on that day can?! Just ask for their second speciality noodles.

Well, this noodles has much more gravy, slightly less tasty but still good and the noodles texture were not bad although I still prefer bee hoon to mee. I'd say it's worth a try but if you only have space for one dish, take the tang hoon!


Xing Hua Vegetarian Restaurant
180 Bencoolen Street, #01-02 S. 189646 (Near Guanyin Temple)
Tel: 63367370
Open: Daily, 8am-10pm


D said...

Thanks for the Lunar New Year greetings mate but I won't be in town during the period. You have an excellent one ok? Cheers! D

The Yummie dummieS said...

Haha neither am I! Back down under for the next 2 weeks :)

D said...

Man.. you have to try Toni Talia's at Forrest Lakes hey.. or Mario's, North of the river. Kickass pizza mate.

The Yummie dummieS said...

Roger that

tigerfish said...

Noodle looks good.
Gong xi fa cai, happy new year to you!