Pork noodles here are okay. The hor fun is silky smooth and salty with the dry sauce, which is flavoured with sesame oil. The egg is soft and swimming in the soup; and the meat balls are abundant and bouncy. Plenty of minced pork and sliced pork for a filling meal.
Nasi kerabu here is pretty awesome. Kerabu is pretty much raw salad, which is crunchy and fragrant. Chicken is coconutty, sweet, and tender. The stuffed chilli is interesting, much like yong tau fu but the taste is a bit different - it has more aroma.
Immunity was what I needed exactly as I was about to fall sick. I like Boost Juice because it is pure and no added sugar. Plus they have booster to add into it. You can even purchase 3 pack boosters for RM2. Due to miscommunication, I got a kid size instead of original
Quite unusual for chilli pan mee to have fried onions, but I find it quite pleasant. It's really the chilli that brings out the flavour, and theirs is fine, but a bit salty. Lots of fried anchovies, but the egg white is too firm. Serving portion is pretty decent.
Onion ring is like the staple food for my friend. He ordered this over lunch to complement his mains. The batter was just perfect; it was not too thick and not shrouding the taste of onion. Onion was not too soft either, which added some crunch into whole dish.