Just after the Hari Raya Haji holiday, the UL auditor came again to spot-audit our products. He comes on quarterly basis. I'm the one who's in charge to host the auditor. This round I just brought him to dine in somewhere near our company. We went to Teow Chew Ming at Sunway Tunas. Instead of ordering the normal food that I used to have like Mee Suah Tao and Tom Yam noodle, I opt for their spicy prawn noodle. I really crave for prawns at that moments. I love big prawns, very very much. :P
My prawn noodle took longer time to serve compared to his seafood bee hoon soup and our side dishes green apple tofu salad. Initially I thought the spicy prawn noodle was the one like Penang Hokkien mee, but I was wrong. It's the spicy & sourish prawn noodle like what I cooked previously. I was impressed with the 3 large prawns + 1 gigantic prawn. Yuhoo! It perfectly fulfilled my requirement. The gravy is absolutely thick with tomato puree. I managed to taste the 3S- sweet, sour and spicy! It's a very appetizing noodle stuff. The super big plate of prawn noodles came with a generous serving of yellow noodles, lots of tomato slices, some lettuce besides the prawns. Most importantly, the prawns were very fresh with sweet & tender meat. Finishing up the prawns was my target rather than to complete the whole plate of noodles. For your info, yellow noodles has never been my favorite.
Wonder why I ate prawn noodles at Teow Chew Ming rather than the famous Mee Udang stall at Teluk Kumbar? Hah, for a cozy environment and a convenient trip, I guess. Although a plate of spicy prawn noodle cost for RM15, but the prawns alone worth that price.