aho restaurant

Aho Mee Sapi Nasi Ayam Restauran (Literally: Aho Beef Noodles Chicken Rice Restaurant) is one of the best places in town to have beef noodles. It’s a halal establishment operated by Malays and as the signboard suggests the two flagship dishes are the beef noodles and the chicken rice.

aho interior

The place tends to be a bit packed during lunchtime and parking can be a bit of a problem. I went with Autumn, who doesn’t eat beef (or pork for that matter). I’m not a big fan of chicken rice but I love beef noodles. Aho does a very good version of beef noodles, Malay style. I just love the chicken shaped menu for chicken rice and the cow shaped version for beef noodles. Heh!

aho beef noodles

I had the mixed beef noodles (RM 4) which can be ordered with the noodles in a separate bowl (dry) or mixed into the soup (wet). Soupy dishes during lunch isn’t really my thing, not just coz of potential Splash Damage (TM), but coz it increases the body temperature at the warmest time of the day.

aho noodles

Thus, I ordered the dry version with the noodles on the side. The noodles are mixed with Essence of Cow (TM) – it’s so full of mooing goodness, you can taste the beef in the noodles. It’s delicious!

aho beef soup

The soup is even better – you can opt to have certain parts of the cattle or a mixed bowl, which has everything except the genitalia (that part is reserved to make Sup Power). Aho does a very good beef noodle soup. It’s hearty and has that elusive umami taste to it.

aho chicken rice

Autumn had the other specialty of the house – fried chicken rice (RM 4). Aho serves fried chicken instead of the usual steamed or roasted chicken.

aho chicken

However, they do a very good version of fried chicken – it’s not over fried, so the skin comes out crispy but the inner parts are still tender and juicy.

aho us

Aho Mee Sapi Nasi Ayam Restauran is a great place for beef noodles and chicken rice. The restaurant name can a bit of a mouthful though (pun intended) so we just call it Aho. ;)

Moo…

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18 Responses to “Aho Mee Sapi Nasi Ayam Restauran”

  1. HDS:
    2002:
    No posts coz I was busy with assignments…
    2003:
    Digi MMS Roadshow Performance 2003 @ KL Plaza
    I passed by a DiGi roadshow while going back from work. Girls galore! :)
    2004:
    Bubble Tea Zone
    Food review of a bubble tea place in Sibu. I was back on a business trip.
    2005:
    There is a post, but it requires Level Six clearance. ;)
    2006:
    Project MISER DAY 2: Saturday night
    This was the last post before I had a bit of a psychotic break and had to be hospitalized. I never really recovered. ;)

  2. Autumn looks sweet and very decent. :)

  3. and i thought it was some Chinese restaurant, the name is so weird that you can remember it easily hehe

  4. no offense, but how come i never see u date pretty chics? All of them are plain looking. I think you are better looking than them. They are just plain, really plain. What’s wrong with your taste? I’m sure you can do much better than that..

  5. no offense, but how come i never see u date pretty chics? All of them are plain looking. I think you are better looking than them. They are just plain, really plain. What’s wrong with your taste? I’m sure you can do much better than that..

  6. Hey def, let’s see some of the chicks that you date.

  7. looks like kampua

  8. Looks so good. Makes me really hungry. Where is thsi place located really? I am craving for beef noodles!

  9. I can tell by the decore of this place.. bright green walls and orange plates that the owner man lost his virginity in 1979.

  10. Dude, hmmm, the restaurant looks familiar :)

  11. second vince.

  12. zeroize: 14th. ;)
    The Bull: She is a very nice person actually, one of the most sincere friends I’ve ever had.
    Darren: Yeah, I wondered why they named it Aho. It’s such a long name too…
    def: None taken. Well, this is not a date per se. I’m just going out with a friend for lunch. I am dating someone now, who shall not be revealed until the time is right. ;)
    Anyway, you’ll hurt people’s feelings la. Autumn is quite good looking also, perhaps it’s the photos. Some people are not photogenic (inclusive of myself). People are always telling me that I look much better in person. *shrugs*
    Besides, Autumn is a nice girl and a good friend of mine. She’s not my girlfriend though, I just got into a relationship with a girl who’s absolutely fabulous. ;)
    Vince: I second that. ;)
    clementwpy: Tastes like beef noodles! :)
    Iris: It’s just opposite Wisma Sanyan front entrance in Sibu. You can’t miss it. It’s below q bar and beside the new bakery which I can’t recall the name of.
    Jeff: Haha! Okay, question for you then. From my bedroom decor, at which year did I lose my virginity? ;)
    e: Yeah, I brought you there last time you were in Sibu. ;)
    piggy378: Third. ;)

  13. haha..
    i owez eat there wif my family back in sibu..
    after several month studying far from home i kind of miss their nasi ayam..
    n btw i tried google chrome n it is great!!!
    u guys should try it..!!!

  14. benjy8769: Hmm…I didn’t find their chicken rice all that great, but I love their beef noodles. Delicious!
    Google Chrome eh…yet to check it out.

  15. the food looks delicious.
    where is it in sibu? looks like a new shop.

  16. Wow, you are so close to Autumn. as if she is your sister. She goes with you almost everywhere. She should be ur girlfriend.

  17. e: Oops…didn’t see your comment the first time. Yeah, that’s the one we went to when you were last in Sibu. :)
    Jane: It’s not new. It’s been around for ages. It’s just opposite Wisma Sanyan, you can’t miss it. It’s across the road from the main entrance to the mall. Cheers!
    Aaron: Well, she is older than me, so she could technically be my sister if we were blood related.
    She’s not my girlfriend, I have a girlfriend and her name is not Autumn. :)

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