Noodles are a popular staple food in Malaysia. Whether you prefer your noodles wok-fried with plenty of spices and sauces, or you like them in a hot and comforting soup-based dish, there are plenty of choices at Curry Leaves Bistro, a beloved Malaysian restaurant in Pleasanton, California.
As a provider of Malaysian food in California, allow us to introduce you to the variation of noodle dishes you will surely enjoy.
- Wok-Fried Noodles
Wok-fried noodles are staples in many Asian cuisines. These noodles are made by stir-frying fresh or dried noodles with a variety of ingredients, including meat, vegetables, and spices, in a wok over high heat. Mee Goreng, Bihun Siam Goreng, and Penang Char Koay Teow are wok-fried noodles that have variations and contain diverse elements of flavors.
Mee Goreng is spicy and tangy Malaysian cuisine made with noodles that are stir-fried with chili, tomato ketchup, lime juice, soy sauce, vegetables, egg, shrimp, or chicken. Whether you prefer spicy or mild flavors, meat, or vegetarian options, there’s a wok-fried noodle dish for everyone to enjoy.
- Soup-Based Noodles
If you want a comforting and warming soup, you might enjoy the diverse Malaysian soup-based noodles, typically made with a variety of ingredients and toppings. Some examples of soup-based noodles are Curry Mee, Curry Chee Cheong Fan, Penang Mamak Mee Rebus, and Fish Bee Hoon Noodle Soup.
Curry Mee is a Malaysian cuisine that is made with spicy coconut milk and curry broth. The noodles used in this dish are often yellow noodles or vermicelli, and the dish is typically served with chicken, shrimp, tofu puffs, and bean sprouts.