Wednesday, May 14, 2014

No BIG No SMALL

The name for this noodles shop is No Big No Small. It is actually a hawker center at a place known as '4 dollar 80 cents'. Very funny name too ! haha..... I don't know the history of this place but to every Seremban-nite, they will know this place is porpular for it's noodles and chicken rice.

No Big No Small
There was one time, I suddenly craved for the No Big No Small noodles. I dropped by for breakfast and ordered the dry version. I like how it was being served in a porcelain bowl instead of those plastic type. 

Dry noodles with dark soy sauce & minced pork (Not properly mixed yet)
The noodles complement with a bowl of pork slices soup with egg. The pork was really thinly sliced, just like a piece of paper. It was so delicious when being dip in the cilli padi with soy sauce.

A bowl of yummy soup with paper-thin-like pork slices and an egg


After mixed together, you will get a bowl of dark noodle. RM4.50 per bowl with soup. 
Even the cilli padi was thinly slice. The man's late mother used to chop the cilli padi for him but late last month, she passed away peacefully in her sleep. 

Best to eat with cilli padi in soy sauce
And I always keep this runny egg yolk to eat it last. Just like the Hokkien said "Ho Liau Tim Tuae' ( The best ingredient at the bottom ). I will pour some soy sauce over the runny egg yolk and gulp them down in one mouth. Oooooo............delicious !

Save the best for the last. My favourite runny egg yolk

30 comments:

  1. Nice names. Interesting. Food looks good. Dunno if I'll get the chance to drop by Seremban again or not... Loved the food at Yi Poh.

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    1. Unique name. Yi Poh's food are mostly prepared by the foreign workers. Sometimes, not nice. Depending on the worker's mood gua. haha.... We seldom eat there anymore. The quality dropped.

      Oh btw, the no big no small stall is near to the Yi Poh.......

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  2. Mou tai mou sai? Hahahaha.. Initially I thought you wana blog about your kids being mou tai mou sai.. haha.. Oohh, you save the egg for last? If me ahh, I will scoop up the egg first, and *gooot* into my mouth, swallow the yolk, then only eat my mee, teehee..

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    1. OMG....you made me so guilty. Did I always blog negatively on my children ? Ok Ok....I will try to blog some positives on them. haha

      I always save the best for the last. haha.....Just like how my daughter save the chicken skin to eat at the very end of her meal.

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    2. Eh no la.. You never blog negatively on the kids la, just that the title sounds funny ma - mou tai mou sai, so I thought something to do with kids, hehe..

      Chicken skin? I wallop first thing when I grab hold of the chicken, ngap! Haha..

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  3. for a moment there i thought scolding people no big no small LOL.

    Me too will save the runny egg yolk to eat last :)

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    1. hahaha....when I was first introduced to this noodles by hubby, I thought the boss's attitude was 'no big, no small'.

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    1. and very tasty noodles with yummy soup

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  5. Cute name la... and so catchy too. Bet people remember easily.

    Yummy food there! :)

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    1. I like the name too....... and love the noodles.

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  6. when i see your title, i thought you are going to blog about your kids being "no big no small", haha!! :D

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    1. OMG....just like Princess Ribbon !!! You 2 think alike !

      I will try not to blog negatively on my children anymore.....should look more positive ! haha

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  7. interesting name, what does this "no big no small" mean?? comes from the grumpy boss who is very rude?? or they only have standard size for their noodles?? but funny names sure more easily remembered :p

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    1. Haaa.......the name actually represents the noodles. Only 1 size is being served. Every time when I placed my order, I'm too used to it and will say "Small One" and the boss will say "Mou dai Mou sai" ! hahahaha

      This time, I remembered already. When I order, I will not mentioned about the size anymore.

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  8. and the name of the place is "4 dollar 80 cents" lagi more interesting, haha!! the things sold there all RM4.80 only?? hehe.. like that not expensive also for that bowl of nice noodles woh..

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    1. Dunno how this place got it's name. But a very catchy one and I like the food served there even the environment looked a bit dirty. But don't have too high expectation on hawker area...... it is meant to be like that. Dirty eat, dirty grow. Haha

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  9. Interesting name. Sounds like they only have one size for all noodles.hahha

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    1. Oh yes.....that's the reason it is called No big No small. Only 1 size being served.

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  10. No big no small, haha, what a funny yet easily-remembered name!

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  11. I tried the yi poh noodles before. Is this famous in seremban ?

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    1. To us, the Yi Poh has deteriorate. We prefer some other stalls. Yi Poh's food was fully prepared by foreigners. Sometimes, the noodles turned out soggy....very geli.

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  12. No big no small, used to describe children who are very rude...没大没小

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    1. ya ya......whenever we said we wanted to eat no big no small, my kids will be laughing. haha

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  13. What a funny name for a noodle shop! But I wonder who they are referring to as No big no small? :D

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    1. The name represents the size of noodles. Only 1 size being served. If you are a big eater, you will have to order 2 bowls of noodles !

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  14. I'm kinda like you too, keep the best for the last!!! =]

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    1. The best are so precious. haha....

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  15. i noticed u like to eat this type of gan lao mian very much

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