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2016-02-25 305 views
The cantonese fried noodle here, also known as heong dai mai among cantonese people is fried well and is crispy even after leaving it for awhile. The soup is good together with the noodle and is not too salty.Usually the place is crowded at night time, hence it is best to have dinner before 7pm, if you want to avoid the crowd.
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Deep Fried Cantonese Noodle
RM6.5
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The cantonese fried noodle here, also known as heong dai mai among cantonese people is fried well and is crispy even after leaving it for awhile. 

The soup is good together with the noodle and is not too salty.

Usually the place is crowded at night time, hence it is best to have dinner before 7pm, if you want to avoid the crowd.

(The above review is the personal opinion of a user which does not represent OpenRice's point of view.)
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Date of Visit
2016-02-22
Waiting Time
15 Minutes (Dine In)
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Deep Fried Cantonese Noodle
RM 6.5
Level3
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2016-02-20 69 views
Apart from seafood, this restaurant is well-known for its variety of charcoal fried noodles you may choose from.We ordered the moonlight charcoal kuey teow but it was a bit of a disappointment as the taste was just nothing special.The portion served is quite large for one and considering the price for it, it is cheap.
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Apart from seafood, this restaurant is well-known for its variety of charcoal fried noodles you may choose from.
Charcoal Moonlight Kuey Teow
RM6.5
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We ordered the moonlight charcoal kuey teow but it was a bit of a disappointment as the taste was just nothing special.

The portion served is quite large for one and considering the price for it, it is cheap.
(The above review is the personal opinion of a user which does not represent OpenRice's point of view.)
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2016-02-17
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10 Minutes (Dine In)