Chong and Law Restaurant















Name: Chong and Law Restaurant
Location: Town
Food type: Chinese, non-halal
Operating time: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

What's special?: Deep fried mee, kolok mee
Price range: Less than RM10
Reservation/Contact: 085-414207

One of the oldest restaurant operated in Miri as i still can recall when i was young, my dad brought me here quite often. After few decades, they are still operating. Why? i would say most likely the food quality always maintain at a certain level which still accepted by many Mirians. Located just somewhere opposite Siamese Secret in town area. Parking wise are just nice as you should have little problem finding car park in from of the venue in the morning. Since i had been there for breakfast only during my visit, i will like to take this opportunity in showing you what they have.

Fried "Fen kan". It is actually a kind of rice noodles which are usually used to cook for soup-based meal such as Zhao Cai Mi Fen that i have explained a bit in my previous reviews. What they did is that they fried it with their ways of cooking and added with lots of ingredient. Taste wise, it is quite nice actually. You can only eat them with spoon by the way as it is broken into pieces. The reason why it is broken into pieces is that this noodles are suitable for soup based but they do it fried based which is something new. Give it a try if you never try.















If you like normal fried noodle, try their version. With a lot of ingredients with it (bean sprouts, fresh vegetables, fish cakes, eggs, pork and more) and they are using different kind of noodles which normally named as Oil Mee in Chinese.















If you like something with more gravy based, try "moon" noodle. It got nothing to do with the Moon at night but it is just the Chinese word pronunciation which mention the way the noodles were cooked. It is cooked in high gravy and slow heat to have those noodles absorb the flavour from the gravy before serving.















Want something special? Try their deep fried noodle. Noodles are deep fried until crunchy and pour on the gravy on top of it with lots of ingredients. If you never try eating it this way, you have to try this as i found the taste are quite good over here. Plan to try again for my next visit.















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9 comments:

lasapka said...

those are not their special dishes.. their special one are superb

dasolve said...

tell me what are they as i cannot recall much :D

lasapka said...

i only recall when you bring me there lolz

food said...
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dasolve said...

sure no problem.

Anonymous said...

I loved eating their Beef Briskett....but I stopped dropping by since I saw half a cockroach in my friend's noodles...

dasolve said...

wow........... that's intersting to know. See if i can talk to them about this

dasolve said...

welcome for more comments

helen said...

their 'fied boiled mee' nt bad! but my dad told me ,he ever saw a mice passed by the pork meat in the kitchen..n d meat was putting on d floor tim...so watch out!