Char Hor Fan @ Bee Hooi Cafe
I ordered the Char Hor Fan since I haven't eaten for awhile. I was so excited when I had the first spoon - the taste that I missed > The Authentic Taste! The sauce didn't overwhelm the flavour of stir fry noodles. You can still taste the wok taste and the noodle wasn't so oily too. The stall are owned by an old couple. I wish they could teach me how to cook this. RM5 for a plate of Char Hor Fun.
Not just the flat rice noodles, they also stir fry it with a little bit of vermicelli. Some people don't like the vermicelli can request for only flat rice noodles. They put some choy sum, slices of fish ball, pork slices, roast pork slices and prawn on this dish. The old days flat rice noodles which my dad love it ( his old time ) was cooked with pork oil and has pork liver. It is hardly seen nowadays because youngster prefer the egg gravy one with lots of gravy (Note: similar to War Tan Hor). Egg gravy one is more salty and heavy in taste. The original one has a light and clear gravy and it shouldn't over power the noodles. Thus, the 'kung fu' of stir frying the noodles must be good.
I took the photo on my second visit. Ah Boy and I ordered one each because it wasn't enough for us to share! I poured all the chili given on top of the noodles because I like the pickled chili.
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This stall was not opened on Thursday when I went there. I was so craved for it!!!