Monday, March 17, 2008

SangHarMee @ Souled Out, Hartamas

After that disappointing visit to the Apartment, we were going to meet up with Yew Meng again. This time around, he decided to take matters into his own hands, he called up and said, eh.. we meet up at Souled Out this time la... can eat and drink with the rest of them... so immediately said, wokay la...

By the time we arrived, most of them has already finished their food. Already started their beer and jollying session. Its really different nowadays, because I remember we used to really just hang out at Pool Bars, or SkyVenture till 5am in the morning drinking and playing snooker. Now, the conversations revolve around their kids, golf, and generally about the state of Malaysian politics.

Okay, so I ordered my Sang Har Noodles, and it came out like a tower... I was immediately impressed. The vapour from the gravy invaded my nose with a spectrum of pleasant aromas, the various herbs, and the prawn paste was strongly evident.

This plate of noodles really tastes quite authentic, and surprisingly delicious. The noodles were crunchy, and the gravy vapoury hot, and the prawns were fresh.... What more does one ask for when you order a Sang Har Noodles ? My verdict : This was flawless

SOuled Out at Sri Hartamas actually has an extensive menu of Western and Local Dishes, and I categorise them as Cafe Prices (affordable). And overall so far their food is quite alright, from average to good...

Other reviews:-

JulianSi
- compare his bad review of the SangHar Noodles with mind...
Minded Vian
Yuki
KampungBoyCityGal
JOe's Craving


5 Comments:

"Joe" who is constantly craving said...

the sang har mee looks quite scrumptious and decorated quite tastefully too!

Nic (KHKL) said...

i'm always sceptical about having tai chow dishes at bistros/cafes...for the fear of authenticity lost...but it takes a post like this to assure me that i should give them a try... :>

Bernsy said...

yup this was done quite well, but check out Julian's terrible review, his pic said it all, compare his version and mine.... maybe they have some consistency issue there...

Oh ya, Hei Fun Dei (Food & Tea ) serves a pretty decent Sang Har Mee also....

Julian Si said...

Greetings Floggers :-)

Yup, i had a poor experience, poor presentation food and noodles that tasted like rubber bands ... Glad your experience was better.

Perhaps they have improved! Or perhaps they are simply inconsistent ... Hmm.

I'd stick to the pizzas and indian dishes :-) Cheers!

Bernsy said...

julian,

I think they are inconsistent.... thought I can't say their food is always good, I think they have been pretty alright... above average... nice place, decently priced drinks n food...