Address48, Jalan Kampung Datu
Price / Fee[1 year ago]
Ang sio tauhu (RM13.00) ‧ Ball-shaped ngor hiang (RM7.80) ‧ Bitter gourd omelette (RM7.00) ‧ Bitter gourd omelette with lap cheang (Chinese sausage) (RM13.00) ‧ Fish maw clear soup (RM11.00) ‧ Fish maw soup (RM10.00) ‧ Green vegetable fried with century egg (RM8.00) ‧ Kut chai (slippery vegetables) with the three types of eggs (RM10.00) ‧ Ngor hiang (RM7.80) ‧ Ngor hiang (RM8.00) ‧ Slippery vegetable (RM8.00) ‧ Special ngor hiang (RM7.80) ‧ Stewed pork leg (RM17.00) ‧ Stewed pork leg served on a bed of fried cangkuk manis with egg (RM17.00) ‧ Stewed too kha (pork leg) with one stewed egg (RM17.00) ‧ Sweet and sour pork ribs (RM18.00) ‧ Tofu (RM15.00)
Signature DishesNgor hiang ‧ Fish maw soup ‧ Fish maw clear soup
Dishes[1 year ago]
Cangkuk manis fried with egg ‧ Clear fish maw soup ‧ Fish maw clear soup ‧ Kut kut chai ‧ Ladies’ fingers ‧ Ngor hiang ‧ Prawn fritters ‧ Sea cucumber and egg dish ‧ Stewed pork trotter
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Out of control…We should have stopped there but I saw they had ladies’ fingers and I asked for that too, fried with sambal hay bee/udang kering (dried prawns)…and it was really good – I am pretty sure we would want to order that again the next time we drop by.
A Plus Restaurant3.6 out of 5 · Based on the opinion of 30 people
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No plans…The waitress came and informed us that the cook had made a mistake with our order for their honey pork ribs and had cooked a sweet and sour version of the meat instead but we could cancel the order, if we so wished. We said that we did not mind and would have it all the same (18.00)…and yes, I rather liked it even though it was not what I had in mind initially.
Almost but not quite…We also had the kut chai, literally translated as slippery vegetable (RM8.00)…fried ching chao (plain) and it was good. The last time we had this, we had it fried with the three types of eggs and that was good too.
Overboard…Of course, we were VERY hungry by the time we got there and of course, I had to have my not-to-be-missed fish maw clear soup…I do enjoy it very much
One too many…No, I did not miss ordering their ball-shaped ngor hiang (RM7.80)…another favourite of ours here, and yes, those were consistently good.
Till they came home…We decided to try this green vegetable fried with century egg (RM8.00)…and it was good – we sure would not mind ordering that again next time or perhaps we would have it cooked in one of the other two ways, ching chao (plain fried with garlic) or with hay bee (udang kering/dried prawns).