I am a Taman Tun resident aspirant. While I continue to trudge in circles in the hunt for property, I have sadly resigned to writing off this area, given the price bracket vs the humble size of my planned loan. The conveniences and choice eating spots, the green leafiness, location and proximity to the park must be accounted for. Still, one can continue to hope. And return to eat here again and again.
I'd been poking around other food blogs' archives and read about Mama's Kitchen's in Taman Tun here and here. So one Friday evening, we arrived to check out the goods.
The place was busy busy busy! Tables were filling up as we arrived at around 7.30PM.
Claypot Lou Shu Fun - Runny yolk fever! The sight of it perks me up from my real estate despondency!
Mix everything in, the wonderful minced pork, the slices of liver, egg yolk - very important to distribute evenly top to bottom, side to side of claypot so no strand of lou shu fun is slighted. Inhale, exhale and dig in! Fragrant, fatty and moist.
Kong Nam Noodles arrived looking rather bland but the first slurp confirmed otherwise. The gravy was mildly eggy but flavourful and very tasty with the yee-mee and the interesting mix of ingredients, almost like they dumped in everything leftover in their fridge. But how has century egg ever wronged anyone? NEVER!
We also ordered the 5-piece Yong Tau Foo, arrived hot, fresh and substantial.