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Egg Tart Fried Kuay Teow
Review (23)
Level4 2013-09-30
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除了炒粿条,这里的炒冬粉的味道也是非常棒的。他们的用料非常的多,有大量的鸡蛋,豆芽,葱,腊肠等等。原本没什么味道的冬粉都被炒得非常香,非常入味。冬粉的口感吃起来也是软软的。 continue reading
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Level4 2013-09-18
136 views
Ho Ho Sek Restaurant is a fully renovated air conditioned with modern and creative design restaurant. Although with modern outlook, they still remain same hawker stall. Surprisingly, I think the beverage section is operate by Indian(similar like Kayu). I have ordered Char Kuey Teow. The dish served quite fast as the dinner crowd still not there. I ordered non-spicy version without cockles. The outlook looks tempting and it smells good. From the first bite, I can feel that the Char Kuey Teow is enough "wok hei", which is a very important part of this dish. The prawn given is quite big but the overall portion is a bit small for me. Thumb up for this Char Kuey Teow continue reading
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Level4 2013-07-20
96 views
I had meals in this classy kopitiam, which is air-conditioned inside the restaurant. I ordered some chinese cuisine ( curry chicken with steam rice) from one of the stall named Leong Kee. The steam rice was good but the curry chicken is just normal. Not a very spicy want but has a thick taste of curry powder. I had a watermelon juice here, which cost me RM5 for a small glass. The juice is not very concentrated (lots of ice at the top) and its expensive! There are other stalls like satay stalls, rice , laksa and so on. It might be a hang-out friendly spot as it opened till late night but the food is just average. continue reading
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Level4 2013-07-08
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Ordered the yee mee, as it was among my favourite dish. It did not take too long to arrive, due to the small amount of crowd in the restaurant at that time. I told the hawker not too add any pork organs into the dish. However to my dismay, upon the arrival of the dish I find that they did not follow according to my orders and added a number of pork organs into the yee mee.This dish was quite expensive as it was priced at RM 6.50.The soup was boiling hot, which at least shows that the dish is freshly made. However, the soup is quite tasteless. The yee mee was cooked well, as it was soft enough. The egg was extremely overcooked which left really nothing solid to eat except that it was all mixed into the soup already. I gave the pork liver a try and took a bite. It was tasteless like the soup, totally horrible. I would definitely not order this dish anymore, given the expensive price and bland tasting food. continue reading
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Level4 2013-06-29
63 views
Well located in SS2, the name of Mee Yoke Lim is no longer something new to the residence around the area. The same building had the major renovation and it had been renamed to a new name which is Ho Ho Sek ( in Cantonese) which is Good Food in English. The shaggy kopitiam had been revamp and it turns to a highclass kopitiam with the air condition inside and it is more cleaner as well. As for the stalls, most of the stall from the previous kopitiam are still standing there except only the Penang Prawn noodles which had moved.This round, I made a try on the springy wantan noodles stall where the noodles are springy and served with a bowl of soup with the wantan with it. The portions the good enough for one but as for the wantan, it has totally no meat in it .Taste: 3/5Price:RM 5.00 continue reading
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