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Hawker styled restaurant with lots of variety of food to choose from. I had the bittergourd meehoon hor fun noodle soup which was really tasty. Also had a fair share of the char kuay teow which seemed like it was bit slightly burnt but yet average. The pan mee was also one of those memorable dish I had. slippery cut noodles with anchovies,vegetable and minced pork. Delicious till the very last end. and also there is a stall that sells vegetable and fruit juices. Had a huge mug of bittergourd cel
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Hawker styled restaurant with lots of variety of food to choose from. I had the bittergourd meehoon hor fun noodle soup which was really tasty. Also had a fair share of the char kuay teow which seemed like it was bit slightly burnt but yet average. The pan mee was also one of those memorable dish I had. slippery cut noodles with anchovies,vegetable and minced pork. Delicious till the very last end.

 and also there is a stall that sells vegetable and fruit juices. Had a huge mug of bittergourd celery apple fruit juice and it was definitely a good pick me up for a hazy day. 
Bitter gourd noodles.
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Pan Mee
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2013-05-30 118 views
Ironically, the watermelon juice is a separate stall run by another vendor. Usually all drinks came from the same vendor in the coffee shop, but here if you want fresh juices, you order from another stall. The watermelon juice was not bad either. Although the color of the juice doesn't seems to be very red, it was quite sweet in fact. There were no added sugar, just the pure fresh watermelon juice with some ice.
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Ironically, the watermelon juice is a separate stall run by another vendor. Usually all drinks came from the same vendor in the coffee shop, but here if you want fresh juices, you order from another stall. The watermelon juice was not bad either. Although the color of the juice doesn't seems to be very red, it was quite sweet in fact. There were no added sugar, just the pure fresh watermelon juice with some ice.
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2013-05-30 33 views
Occasionally, i would order milo iced to go with my lunch. I don't usually do that because i think having milo during lunch is too much calories and made me feel sleepy. However, the milo iced from this coffee shop is not bad. I love that the drink is very rich and strong taste in chocolate, it wasn't diluted at all. The smooth delicious milo iced was very nice to drink during a hot day.
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Occasionally, i would order milo iced to go with my lunch. I don't usually do that because i think having milo during lunch is too much calories and made me feel sleepy. However, the milo iced from this coffee shop is not bad. I love that the drink is very rich and strong taste in chocolate, it wasn't diluted at all. The smooth delicious milo iced was very nice to drink during a hot day.
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2013-05-30 32 views
This stall here claims to be Penang Hokkien Mee. Anyway, i think the prawn noodle was not too bad, but not as good as the hokkien mee from Penang. The soup was tasty and spicy, lots of sweetness in the soup. I quite like the deep fried shallots, they were quite fresh, it was not like those from the packet that has been fried for a long time. There was hard boiled egg, shrimps, lean pork, beansprouts and kangkung.
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This stall here claims to be Penang Hokkien Mee. Anyway, i think the prawn noodle was not too bad, but not as good as the hokkien mee from Penang. The soup was tasty and spicy, lots of sweetness in the soup. I quite like the deep fried shallots, they were quite fresh, it was not like those from the packet that has been fried for a long time. There was hard boiled egg, shrimps, lean pork, beansprouts and kangkung.
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2013-05-30 33 views
This is my mom's favorite food, pan mee. She always like to order pan mee, i have no idea why she loves it so much. The pan mee took a long time to be prepared. She loves her pan mee noodle in big pieces, not the strip noodle. The noodle was nicely done, not too thick and it was very smooth. The soup was also pretty good, none oily and very tasty. There were fried anchovies, minced pork and some vegetables in the noodle.
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This is my mom's favorite food, pan mee. She always like to order pan mee, i have no idea why she loves it so much. The pan mee took a long time to be prepared. She loves her pan mee noodle in big pieces, not the strip noodle. The noodle was nicely done, not too thick and it was very smooth. The soup was also pretty good, none oily and very tasty. There were fried anchovies, minced pork and some vegetables in the noodle.
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2013-05-30 20 views
The stall name in this coffee shop that sells char kuey teow is called Auntie Sally Fried Kuey Teow. The speciality here is that she uses duck egg to fry the kuey teow. The duck egg fried kuey teow is not so common in Klang Valley, as most of the char kuey teow here uses normal chicken egg. I do think that the duck egg makes a bit of difference, but not significant. The char keuy teow was nicely fried.
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The stall name in this coffee shop that sells char kuey teow is called Auntie Sally Fried Kuey Teow. The speciality here is that she uses duck egg to fry the kuey teow. The duck egg fried kuey teow is not so common in Klang Valley, as most of the char kuey teow here uses normal chicken egg. I do think that the duck egg makes a bit of difference, but not significant. The char keuy teow was nicely fried.
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