I love how "crunchy" the mee kia is. Well, not crispy crunchy but al dente crunchy. The marvelous old-school tossing sauce is just enough to coat the noodles without being too wet. You definitely have to ask for their chili sauce even if you cannot take the heat because it is really amazing.
Seng Hong Coffee Shop is one of those last surviving old school coffee shop that seemed untouched by time. Visit them while you still can before they bite the dust in this fast paced society.
This wanton noodle is decent but I would not go all the way there for it. However, I do not mind having it if I am in the neighborhood. I would probably just tell the auntie to omit the black sauce.
As a bonus, my order came with a bowl of tasty soup filled with cabbage leaves and a chunk of meat in it.
The porridge is adequately flavored without having to add any more seasonings.
This curry rice is certainly value for money because uncle actually chopped the entire slab of braised pork into slices and placed them all onto my plate. The lean parts are not tough while the fatty parts are melt-in-the-mouth tender.
The mee pok felt a little softer than expected but all is forgiven when tossed with the chili, pork lard and dose of black vinegar.
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The highlight for me has to be the noodle tossed with their special sauce.
There are hits and misses here and there is definitely room for improvement but it is not all that bad. If you are on a budget and looking for something easy on the pocket yet filling for the stomach, this is a good option however, if you are more particular about your food, you might want to look elsewhere.