Address33, Lor Kwong Ann 8
Price / Fee[1 year ago]
Beef noodles (RM6.00) ‧ Bitter gourd bihun (RM4.50) ‧ Char kway teow with masak hitam beef (RM8.50) ‧ Chicken chop (RM9.50) ‧ Chicken satay (RM2.00) ‧ Fish and chips (RM10.50) ‧ Fried kway teow (RM4.50) ‧ Fried noodles (RM4.50) ‧ Fried rice (RM4.50) ‧ Fried rice with masak hitam beef (RM8.00) ‧ Honey chicken wings (RM9.80) ‧ Lamb chop (RM14.50) ‧ Nasi lemak (RM4.50) ‧ Sambal char kway teow (RM5.00) ‧ Sarawak laksa (RM5.50) ‧ Satay beef (RM2.50) ‧ Satay chicken x5 (RM10.00) ‧ Satay, chicken (RM2.00) ‧ Wat tan hor (RM12.50)
Signature DishesLamb chop ‧ Chicken chop ‧ Sarawak laksa ‧ Fried kway teow ‧ Honey chicken wings
Dishes[1 year ago]
Crispy deep-fried yee mee ‧ Ying yong kway teow ‧ satay
Questions and Tips
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En route…Chicken chop (RM9.50)…with mushroom sauce – I guess that alone would be quite filling already seeing that the serving here is usually quite big.
Say amen (Saturday night)…I had the fried rice with masak hitam beef (RM8.00)…and that somewhat disastrous-looking fried egg on top…but thankfully, the yolk was still soft and runny so never mind the look, it was to my liking even though I am very sure the guy is quite capable of doing a much better job at it like this one that I had here before…
Lot more…I had the nasi lemak (RM4.50)…No, this is not my favourite in town – there is only a slight hint of the lemak-ness (richness owing to the santan/coconut milk added). However, I do enjoy the one here as I would usually request for the curry chicken/beef or masak hitam beef to go with it. Even without those, it is still very nice as they are very generous with the very nice sambal…
These days…My girl just had their Sarawak laksa (RM5.50)…and the mum had the fried noodles (RM4.50)…I ordered this bowl of beef noodles (RM6.00)…with a special request for all the taugeh (bean sprouts) to be omitted as I always feel that it would affect the taste of the soup in some way.
Making up for lost time…I had the char kway teow with a special request for their very nice masak hitam beef (RM8.50)…by the side. I don’t know whether it was because I was terribly hungry but I actually thought that the kway teow was so much nicer than usual…that day.
On a Saturday night…My girl said she wanted something western so we dropped by here and she had the lamb chop (RM14.50)…with mushroom sauce. It was very good and I must say that was a generous slab, bigger than what one would get at most places elsewhere
Dirt cheap…I also ordered the honey chicken wings (RM9.80)…that my girl also wanted and she had two while the mum finished off the remaining one.