My colleague was hankering for some fried koay teow. So she ordered, but when the dish came, it was fried koay teow mee. They must have mixed up some orders, but nevertheless, we still acceptable it and paid. The noodles were fried full of wok hei. Lots of ingredients such as prawns, cockles, Chinese sausage, beansprouts, eggs and gau choy. Not too salty, and just a bit wet, the way I like it. Priced at RM5 a plate, it was a decent amount to pay for lunch.
Value for Money 3