Overall, the food at Tuck Kee did not disappoint and it was also very affordable. There was no 5-star service but the staff was attentive as much as they could, but once it reached peak hours, they were quite short-staffed.
The chicken had some bite like kampong chicken and was fairly fragrant. The taugeh was plump. The fishballs were qq and tasty, and the hor fun smooth and in a savoury clear broth. Not bad.
The tau huay was still a bit softer and silkier than that from Fujiwara, but a bit powdery. This for the taste and texture, Fujiwara for the ambience.
The tau huay was very soft and silky, set in a pandan syrup which was gentle and fragrant. Really nice tau huay, in an atmospheric cafe.
Tapau salted chicken for tonight. It is pretty alright, though one of the chicken not quite salted properly. The size suited for 3 person.
This shop sells surprisingly good taro chiffon cake, still nice after kept in fridge for a few days.
This place is famous for freshly made Kaya Puff. Comes at 9.30am or slightly earlier, as the queue build up pretty fast within minutes. Salted Egg Pastry with Chicken Floss also not bad.
Affordable and nice Cendol with red bean and jagung (RM 4.50). Sit at street corridor only, it is a stall, not a shop.
Bought some biscuits due to its convenient location.
The are reasons this place is famous: fast, affordable, simple, tasty, accessible (location and hours wise).