Oyster Noodles or also known as Oyster Mee Sua was quite a popular snack in Taiwan. I call this oyster snack because the portion was just enough to indulge your stomach 😀
If you read my previous blog post about XXL Crispy Chicken in Shihlin Night Market Snack, you heard that Meg mentioned about they sell Osyter Mee Sua too 🙂
At first I wonder what kind of special Oyster they will used?
Japanese one? Or Chinese one? Looks like it was Chinese Oyster 😀
So how is the whole bowl Oyster Mee Sua looks like? Let’s take a closer look.
Close up shot yo to see what is the recipe of the Oyster Noodles.
I got four big Chinese Oyster in the bowl and with some non spicy sambal 🙂
How much does this bowl cost? RM6 and I think is worth in exchange for the Oyster and overall taste of the Mee Sua 😀
For non Oyster lover, you should get a bite to see if you can cope with the “real” Oyster taste or not 🙂
I whack the whole bowl in 5 minutes with slurpy and yummy sound…hohoho.
In the end, my stomach just move a little and that’s why I still think this should be called snack.
Okay, get yourself one bowl of Oyster Mee Sua if you passed by Shihlin Night Market Snack today.
P.S: I will keep blogging about more food to indulge my friend’s mind who is in oversea and not in Klang Valley one. Haha…come back here to eat la 😀
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