Lei Cha @ RM7.90
The healthy set meal comes in a bowlful of white rice, soup, and a mixture of tea leaves and grounded herbs, along with various roasted nuts and greens. This is the authentic Hakka version, with no added preservatives. It is closest to the more original flavour from Johor! I love the mildness in it actually, not too strong or throat-choking.
Mix them all!
Honestly, the authentic Lei Cha here is more aromatic with savoury taste which would attract beginners like me!
Lei Cha Fried Rice @ RM9.40
Another version of improvised Lei Cha that I love is this fried rice lei cha. The fried beancurd and groundnuts are slightly salty, but others are perfect in their original taste!
Green fragrant rice!
The green-colored rice is aromatic and taste better than the original Lei Cha because it is fried until fragrant before serving it with other condiments.
Ice Blended Lei Cha @ RM7.90
The specialty and highly-recommended beverage is this Lei Cha drinks. It's good for beginners as you don't have to be afraid of the stinky smell of Lei Cha, because it is now added with a generous amount of milk and whipped cream. Really taste refreshing and good for hot days!
Lei Cha Soup
Lei Cha,Lei Cha Fried Rice,Lei Cha Ice Blended
Spending per head: Approximately RM10(午餐)Other Ratings:
Value for Money 5