Last month (while storm signal #2 is up in Metro Manila), my mom “forced” (Yes, forced. Haha!) us to go to Market Market BGC to go SHOPPING. How cool is that (or crazy?)?! Haha! She really loves shopping, rain or shine, nobody can stop her. LOL! 🙂
After battling with the storm going to the mall which is an hour and half away from our home, we finally arrived and as a “bribe” my sister and I got the chance to choose which restaurant we would go for lunch. (Simple joys, food!) So, we picked to eat at North Park restaurant.
What did we order? We had broccoli in oyster sauce, Yang Chow fried rice, Lechon Macau and of course their very famous Yee Mien fried noodles! All of the dishes we ordered are very palatable but this fried noodles is the “star” of our lunch. 🙂
Yee Mien (or Yi Mien / Yee-fu) is a variety of flat Cantonese egg noodles made from wheat flour. They are known for their golden yellow color and chewy characteristics. The slightly chewy and slightly spongy texture of the noodles is due to the soda water used in making the dough (as opposed to regular non-carbonated water), which was then fried and dried into flat patty-like dried bricks. [Wikipedia]
Since I am not a cook, and my tongue and palate are not good enough, I am not able to distinguish the ingredients behind the flavorful sauce of this fried noodles but it is INDEED very Y U M M Y!
For only 178 pesos ($3.68) , this Yee Mien fried noodles can be shared by 4-5 persons. Very cheap for an amazing dish! You should try it, too!
I’ll try my best to replicate this with my own version and will share with you the recipe soon! I hope it’ll get atleast closer to how it really taste. (Crossing my fingers!) ‘Til my next food trip, bye!