Two noodle dishes shared

Had a bite to eat before getting into the shopping yesterday – we shared two noodle dishes from Sun Sun at the food hall in Carousel Shopping Centre.

Char kway teow – Sun Sun’s version has chicken, small prawns, sliced Chinese sausage and lots of egg.

Char kway teow

Jac felt like some sort of noodle soup, so I ordered us chicken bee hoon (thin rice noodle) soup. The broth was lovely. The chunks of cooked chicken were thigh meat – yummy. I wished they’d included bean sprouts with the noodle soup – I dug around under the noodles in case they were buried under there, but nope. Some fried shallots on top would’ve been good too for added flavour.

Chicken bee hoon soup

Despite my wish for beansprouts and fried shallots with the bee hoon soup, we enjoyed both dishes. Their low point was Sun Sun’s trademark overcooked bok choy. I’ve gotten used to eating their overcooked bok choy over the years (of course I wish it wasn’t overcooked!). I saved all the smaller pieces of bok choy for Jac – the pieces from the heart of the bok choy, as they were less stringy. She’s not too good with stringy Chinese veg and will chew, chew, chew and then spit it out on the side of the plate. Yuck! :)

Jac had ate this cut chilli and poured some of the soy sauce over the bee hoon soup.

Cut chilli

From memory I think both dishes were around the AU$8.50-$9.00 mark.

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