Sunday, November 2, 2008

Noodle Stuffs @ Four Seasons Tea Restaurant

I've been asking around among my colleagues on where to find a good place to dine out for cheap and delicious Chinese cuisine. One of my colleague who stays at Sunway Tunas recommended Four Seasons Tea Restaurant. According to her, this outlet was been occupied by several restaurants before but all these while, but none of them can survived for long. It is only after Four Seasons Tea Restaurant took over the place as their branch, their business starts running pretty well. Mainly they serve "Choo Char", but some of their noodle stuffs are absolutely delicious.



It is located at the corner shop which is behind the Teow Chew Ming.

With only hubby and me, we decided to try their noodle stuffs. first "Wat Dan Hor" is the one highly recommended by my friend. Who knows "Hor Fun" were out of stock at that time, so we just order their fried glass noodle and "Hokkien Char".

The fried glass noodle turned out great. It's the best among all that I've tried at other hawker stalls. It looks simple but it tastes superb. Although the ingredients used are just the common stuffs like prawns, egg, bean sprouts, meat slices and choy sum, but all of them are fried to perfection with the glass noodle. The fragrant smell itself is already absolutely tempting. It's full of "wok hei". About the "Hokkien Char", the slightly sweet taste is not to my liking. It's not outstanding compared to the glass noodle.



We were not giving up our "tham chiak" spirit, we revisited this restaurant few days later. :) This time, we manage to taste the yummy hor fun 滑蛋河. Thanks to my friend! We like it so much. The gravy is just nice to bring out the taste. Good job! We even slurped all the gravy. :P *blush*



Address:
Main: 80-U, Jalan Trengganu, 10460 Penang.
Tel:04-2818193 & 016-4118193

Branch: 49, Persiaran Mahsuri 1/1, Sunway Tunas,11900 Bayan Lepas, Penang.
Tel: 04-6466193 & 016-4118193

Update: Revisited this place in May 2010 for the fried glass noodle. The food quality is deteriorated tremendously. The fried glass noodle turned out to be terribly salty.

11 comments:

email2me said...

If you like char hor fun (Wat Tan Hor / Tua Pan), you should try the one in Sungai Tiram at dinner time. That serves the best Char Hor Fun I ever had. It is located Right opposite at the Seafood Bee Hoon restaurant. Inside the food court. Make sure ask them to add an egg.

By the way, I will post this article up next week. Stay tune.

Little Inbox said...

Oh, my brother told me about that Char Hor Fun too. Ok, will try it out. Hmm...yesterday I went to Four Season Tea Garden for their Char Hor Fun, but again, hor fun was out of stock. Sigh...

Steven Goh said...

I love the wat dan hor. Looks nice. How much per plate? Luckily you went to four seasons, last time I been to "season" restaurant and the food is out.

New Kid on the Blog said...

I like their oyster noodle. :)

Little Inbox said...

Steven Goh, all their noodle stuff price is from RM4.50 to RM5.50 (small plate for 1 pax).

New kid, oh, really? Should have try that out. :)

Dora said...

The hor fun looks so yummy! It has been a long time since i eat it and i am missing it very much! U're making me salivating now. ;p

Little Inbox said...

Dora, salivating ar? NVM, ask your chef cook one for you, hehehe...

Tummythoz said...

Isn't watanhor called char-tua-pan in Pg? Must be incredibly good since always no stock.

Little Inbox said...

Tummythoz, yes, you are right! It's Char Tua Pan. :) Hmm...yummy lor.

Elinluv said...

The 'Wat Dan Hor' looks delicious man...drooling now..hungry lo:)

Little Inbox said...

elinluv, you are a good cook. I believe you can cook as yummy as this one, right?

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