Verdict: Both Prawn Mee & Char Kueh Teow are worth a try but be warned that you may have to wait for table for both weekdays (office crowds) and weekends.
The standard size ckt at MYR 6 nett is a small enough portion for me
Char Kway Teow - MYR 6 nett. I like it because it is those dry type and there is a lot of eggs and beansprout in it. Blood cockles can be added for a fee.
My Personal Opinion Overall, I'd say the noodles here are so-so (at least those I've tried) and possibly a decent option for the folks of TTDI in this area. But if put to the test with the many good noodles stalls in PJ, they probably wouldn't do as well. The prawn mee is definitely the better bet here. It's a decent tasting prawn mee but not one that would make me go 'wow' and crave for it. If I live around the area, I probably won't mind dropping by for a bowl of prawn mee but, since I don't, I certainly won't come all the way here just to have it. I came here for the iconic prawn mee but came out enjoying the nyonya kuih stall more.....hihihi! ;)