I was hankering for some fried koay teow, but decided to order fried mee instead. I like the yellow noodles, though some might find the alkaline smell a bit off-putting. The fried noodle was done full of wok hei. At first I thought that there were no cockles, however, the whole bunch of them was hiding underneath the noodles. There were also a geneous amount of beansprouts and gau choy. Some fried eggs completes the meal. Slightly salty, but still acceptable.
Priced at RM5, it was well worth the amount paid.
Value for Money 3