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Their fried ho fan (fine kuey teow) also another recommended food here. It is serving very fast although the chef cook one by one. It has lots of bean sprout and clams. The clams are not overcooked. I think this fried kuey teow is comparable with the penang’s fried kueh teow. One of my another favorite food there is their wan tan mee. It doesn’t normal at all the taste. The noodle are springy, the cha sao(pork) are well stewed with its own recipe. It serves together with 2 wan tan (dumplings) i
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Their fried ho fan (fine kuey teow) also another recommended food here. It is serving very fast although the chef cook one by one. It has lots of bean sprout and clams. The clams are not overcooked. I think this fried kuey teow is comparable with the penang’s fried kueh teow.

One of my another favorite food there is their wan tan mee. It doesn’t normal at all the taste. The noodle are springy, the cha sao(pork) are well stewed with its own recipe. It serves together with 2 wan tan (dumplings) in soup. The wan tans are so soft.
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The kopi are thick and strong coffee aroma.

The beverages here are just costs RM1.10 while the foods here are about RM3.30 per items.

When you have chance to dine at here, you will experiencing a “kampung” (village) feel dining in this old style kopitiam. It’s hard to find cheap, affordable and delicious food especially in KL, but you can have it all here. If kl you can only eat 1 bowl, but at here you can try 2 different type of foods with the price of one.
(The above review is the personal opinion of a user which does not represent OpenRice's point of view.)
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