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Mee Goreng at Jenny’s

My sorority was hosting a date party, which is an event we do every semester. Everyone in the chapter gets dressed up and enjoys a lovely evening out with their dates and the other girls in the sorority. My little and grand-little, Taryn and Becca, respectively, decided we should all go out to dinner with our dates before the event. We decided to go to Jenny’s Kuali, which also happens to be the first place Taryn and I went out to eat together, although we ordered different foods this time.

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Taryn ordered the steamed pork dumplings as an appetizer, and she was kind enough to share with the table. I tried one and they were tasty, although nothing special. If you have a hankering for dumplings and are at Jenny’s, these will satisfy your craving.

For my meal, I got the vegetarian Mee Goreng. It is Indian style egg noodles stir fried in a tomato base, and comes spicy. As per usual, I asked for it to be extra spicy and to my pleasant surprise, it was perfect. The noodles reminded me of spaghetti, although I love pasta so I don’t see anything wrong with that. I ordered vegetarian because I wanted a lot of vegetables to balance out the carbs, so I was happy with the amount I was given. The tofu was cooked perfectly so it had a crispy exterior. There was an egg on top but as always, you can’t taste it. This dish was everything I wanted, nonetheless, and would happily order it again.

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We all had a nice dinner together, and it was a great way to bond with my sorority family and their dates before the date party. Jenny’s, as always, didn’t disappoint. The food is filling but won’t break your bank, and you’ll leave wanting to come back for more.

 

Jenny’s Kuali

102 E 4th St, Bethlehem, PA 18015

(610) 758-8088

Mon-Wed 11am-8pm; Thurs-Sat 11am-9pm; Sun. Closed

 


 

 

 

 

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