Another example of a creative dish which is the Savaro Noodle – it is a marriage of North and South. Here the chef had combined two of the most famous Malay noodles i.e. the famous Mee Udang from the North and popular Mee Bandung from the south.
It is a very distinctive taste as you can taste the rich broth, which have the taste of both of these famous noodles. The spiciness is just right and the amount of ingredient laden on the noodle is plentiful too.
It has boiled prawns, slices of roast beefs, shredded roast chicken, fish cakes and cockles and a half boiled egg. I would have preferred that the chef garnish the dish with prawns that was cooked in the broth rather than giving the boiled prawns as this is not very flavourful and tasted bland.
Moreover the cockles were very rubbery and overcook. It would be nice to have cockles that are freshly cooked rather than already pre-cooked. Anyway if you yearn a shot of Mee Udang or Mee Bandung and cannot travel too far North or South, you can give this a try.
Rating 3 of 5