Located beneath the sprawling canopy of a majestic tree, adjacent to the quaint Hui Wang Cafe, a culinary legacy has silently thrived for four decades. The unassuming stall is where Uncle Ah Tian, a revered figure among food enthusiasts, has diligently served up the timeless allure of Hokkien Mee. With an unwavering commitment to tradition and flavor, Uncle Ah Tian has garnered a loyal following, turning his stall into a beloved culinary landmark.
The stall in front Hooi Wang Cafe under the tree has one of the delicious and reasonably priced Char Koay Teow. RM6 for a big plate and with duck egg is hard to get in Penang nowadays. Moreover the prawns given are big and fresh.
The pan mee is instantly cooked for each order and the broth is very thick and aromatic. Each process of cooking is done with heart and sincerity. The same goes to the nasi lemak.