I know I haven’t been updating the website but I will soon be posting more soon. As some may be aware, we now opened a restaurant. This is the reason why the lack of postings.
However, I do update the social media. YES! FACEBOOK. Well! I am sure you have a Facebook account, no?
SO, become a fan now and get updates on our daily Specials! That’s what made Madam Kwong’s Kitchen unique!
Just in case you have not checked out what’s happening on Facebook… we have new arrival of Penang Durians in stock at the shop like Ang Heh, Little Red… Hurry, limited stock ^_^ (sorry about the quality of picture)
Sorry for the lack of updates on the blog! Updates are mostly done on Facebook! So “Like” us on Facebook to receive updates on the daily specials!
This Saturday we have Char Koay Teow! and on Sunday, Mee Rebus! Hope to see y’all soon! AND everyone’s favorite, Chendol!
Oh! Don’t forget to call us and order your Yee Sang! ^^
Just in case you didn’t notice.
We are closed from Christmas Day, 25 December and re-opening on Wednesday 4 January 2012.
Have a lovely Christmas and safe New Year! from all of us at Madam Kwong’s Kitchen ♥ ♥ ♥
Don’t forget we are open tomorrow! Yes, Sunday! Those who still have not tried Char Koay Teow, don’t miss it! It could be the best in Melbourne!
Hello readers! Good News! We will be opening Sundays as of November 20th. Please also note our new Trading Days.
Hey y’all! How’s it going?! Melbourne’s weather has been crazy this week, right?! Let’s hope it gets better. This Saturday we have Mee Rebus! It is also available on Friday, for those who can’t make it on Saturday. We’ll see you all soon!
We have Mee Siam this weekend! The weather forecast indicates the 30s. Make sure you put on some sun block and head down to Madam Kwong’s Kitchen for some lunch before heading out to the beach. If you want something to cool yourself, we have Chendol for dessert.
Hope to catch up with you this Saturday! Be in early to beat the crowd!
This Saturday’s special is Nyonya Lam Mee. Not sure if anyone heard of it but a popular dish in Penang. Well, Nyonya Lam Mee is also known as Birthday Mee/Noodles in Penang and the Kwong family always had it on Grandma’s birthday. It is served during birthdays to wish her (or anyone else) longevity. Not that it is Grandma’s Birthday this Saturday > Lam Mee is traditionally served with yellow noodles in prawn stock, pork ribs topped with shredded egg, prawns, pork ribs, fried shallots, chives and a dollop of sambal belachan.
NOTE: For those who haven’t been checking their Facebook, I’ve put up a notice that we are open on Melbourne Cup Day (1 November). Anyone has any tips on Melbourne Cup sweep? Please share >
Did you miss out on Penang Rojak last week? Fret not, we will have it again this Saturday. We are also serving up Chendol. The dessert’s basic ingredients consist of coconut milk and worm-like jelly made from rice flour served with ice and palm sugar. For those who wants to make Chendol, the blog will have the recipe up soon.
The kitchen has also prepared Mee Rebus this weekend. See you this Saturday!
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