UPDATED 21 July 2008
The kiosk has shifted to Ikano Power Centre, opposite A&W or beside Uncle Lim
After our share-share dinner, we bumped into my ex-colleague at one of those kiosks at LG, Midvalley Megamall. I was surprised to see him busy selling his wares there hahaha... but it's a good thing! I was quite happy to see the wares he's peddling... one of my fave food! It's chee cheung fun (rice noodles) that came in pre-packaged form. Just need to steam or microwave them. How convenient!
Apparently all these while his family have been the producer and supplier of chee cheung fun. It is only a few days back they started to retail the pre-packages at a kiosk with the name Log 'n Roll.
There are quite a number of varieties of pre-packaged ones ranging from plain, dried shrimps, oats, emerald (dried shrimps and spring onions) and etc. All of them priced differently. I've got a pack of emerald for RM4.00. Inside has 8 rolls which is really value for money. The stall near my house sells similar stuff for RM1 per roll!
However, you'll need to buy the sauces separately though which came in tubs. They have sweet sauce (RM1.00), soy sauce, hoisin sauce and crispy prawn chilli (RM3.00). Hubby picked sweet sauce and crispy prawn chilli.
My ex-colleague recommended us to steam them as it will produce a softer roll. So I steamed them up for breakfast yesterday. The rolls practically glistened after steaming. I had mine with some soy sauce (my own one LOL) and crispy prawn chilli which is quiet HOT. The chee cheung fun is smoothhh.
Hubby had his with sweet sauce (sorry huh the pics looked like a mess pile of **** hehehe). It was okay but he said would have been better if there were more dried shrimps.
Overall, the chee cheung fun is smooth, conveniently packed and most importantly, it's reasonabily priced. The only thing now is we can get them from Midvalley Megamall at the moment. Have to give them some time before they start retailing them at more places. I don't remember seeing any halal logo on the pack plus there is no expiry date printed on the pack. Some minor hiccup but I doubt one would keep these for long hehe. Oh yeah, you can also have them done up with various sauces ie. cheese (I find it weird ok), mushroom etc to be eaten on the spot. I bought one pack to pai nien with another chee cheung fun lover. Must be her first to receive that for new year hehe. Will check with her for her verdict later.
Head on to Log 'n Roll kiosk to bring back some chee cheung fun to savour at home.
Log 'n Roll
Kiosk in front of Bee Cheng Hiang/C-Jade
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