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Additional Information
有仁哥炒果条
Opening Hours
Today
Closed
Mon - Tue
12:00 - 17:30
Wed
Closed
Thu - Sun
12:00 - 17:30
Payment Methods
Cash
Other Info
Accepts reservations
Signature Dishes
Coffee Toast
Review (13)
Level3 2016-02-28
596 views
After having the Teochew Chendul outside the cafe. We decided to grab some light bites from Joo Hooi Cafe. I was told by my friend that we should eat the Yam Cake here. For only RM 2 per piece. I think it's a good try. We ordered two yam cakes and some kuih from this stall in Joo Hooi CafeThe aunty or owner of the stall is so friendly that she greet and talked to us Knowing I'm not from local by hearing my accent, she recommended us places to eat and so.I am overwhelmed by her kind explanation. There are many people who eat Asam Laksa here and TeoChew Chendul here. This cafe is usually crowded that you have to wait to get a seat. Most probably you would see almost everyone having the Chendul with them.I guess the Chendul is that good that people would love to have it with the food here.Though this place is a bit stuffy and hot, but for the sake of good food. The little sacrifice means nothing! continue reading
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Level4 2015-08-09
336 views
The Loh Bak at Joo Hooi is just ok. There are not many varieties there except normal stuff like tauhu, loh bak, prawn fritters. The prawn fritters are very crispy and cut into smaller pieces. Loh Bak has a little weird smell. The tauhu is so soft. The Loh Bak takes a long time to be made and sometimes they forget people's orders. Oh, and don't bother to order the cendol. I wonder why people queue up so long for it when the cendol was horrible. I personally don't like cendol as there is too much santan.  continue reading
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Level1 2015-04-15
140 views
We found this place on timeout.com.Went for lunch yesterday. cabbie had no trouble finding the spot. Not far from the Gtown malls.Our 2 Kids refused to sit at the formica stalls initially as they were taken aback by the wear. I took heart from the bustling crowds and mandated partvipatipn and we're all the better for it. Asam Laksa to die for. Char kuay teow was great. amazing teh C. continue reading
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Level4 2013-12-24
237 views
Joo Hooi Café is a restaurant which is serving a wide range of chinese cuisines.Char Kuay TeowThis dish is the char kuay teow. The char kuay teow is delicious and full of wok hei too. Big prawns are used to cook this dish. This dish is also served in quite a big portion. continue reading
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Level4 2013-12-09
159 views
Joo Hooi Cafe is a cafe or kopitiam serving various types of Malaysian hawker style food. It is located at Penang Road, Georgetown. One of the dishes that stands out in this cafe is its char kueh teow. Joo Hooi Char Kueh TeowChar Kueh Teow is one of Malaysia well-known hawker style food. The kuey teow is fried with dark soy sauce and a combination of assortments including prawns, cockles, chinese sausage, bean sprouts and egg. The prawn used in this kueh teow is quite big and it is quite fresh and crunchy in texture. continue reading
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