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I have never been adventurous when it comes to trying new food.. the last year has all been about taking chances and just do it..

Kampua mee is delicious.. the right amount of springiness in the noodle and the pork has never taste so good on a rainy night

Thick vermicelli is hard to find.. especially ones that taste so good from Sarawak

I’d come back for this!!

Personal favorite go to pork noodle @ SS3 🤤 been eating here since my primary years with the fam ! More than 10 years and counting 🍜 #highlyRAEted •

Passed on from parents and now their daughters are handling the store. •

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However, there’s one that stands out among the crowd and it’s none other than Wong Ah Wah, which occupies several units due to its popularity. The most popular and must-order item is of course the grilled chicken wings. Grilled and smoked to perfection, the marination makes the meat so flavourful and addictive that you just cannot stop at one.
Restoran Wong Ah Wah
Address: 16, Jalan Alor, Bukit Bintang, 50200 Kuala Lumpur, Federal Territory of Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
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This quiet corner shop is famed for their local fare, and the Char Kuey Teow (small, RM7) in particular is a must-have. This dish ticks all the boxes for a great plate of char kuey teow: noodles imbued with wok-hei and a generous serving of prawns and cockles. The Burpple community is also a big fan of the Hakka Noodles (from RM6) that's comforting and made for a quick lunch fix. Ps. Service is a bit slow for the drinks, so we suggest popping in for a quick meal and moving along elsewhere for something to sip on!
Photo by Burppler Shun Teoh

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A critical indicator for a good plate of CKT all comes down to the level of “wok hei” in the dish. Thankfully, this stall’s CKT definitely meets the standard.
I like that the bean sprouts were fat and juicy. Although the cockles weren’t impressively huge, it was still an acceptable size in KL’s standards.

For Hokkien mee in the KLCC area, this one is quite satisfactory. I only wished it had a bit more wok hei.

The pan mee here is quite decent - soup is tasty and I like that they are able to give extra vegetables.

The rojak buah here is not bad although it is quite pricey. Good for sharing. Place is comfortable for decent hawker food in a comfortable air-cond setting.