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Rating : 4.3/5
Price: RM 7 per plate (1pax)
This Hokkien Noodles is recommended. The noodles are covered with all the sauce:) is the taste that hardly find in town

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Spot the yellow grills under a giant tree that’ll lead you to Segambut’s hot fried chicken spot. Dive straight for the Fried Chicken With Rice (from RM11) that sees crispy and golden skin over juicy meat. You can also order these deep-fried babies sans rice – perfect for protein-heavy days. It’s served with a delicious chilli sauce that'll cost you an additional RM0.50 for more, but it’s worth every cent.
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Worth a visit if you are in Old Klang Road. Read my full review here.

One of the better poke bowls around with cauliflower rice option, which means a more premium price.

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Quite overpriced in my opinion. I couldn’t bring myself to order a poke bowl for almost RM30 when I can get a good one from other poke bowl places for RM20 or less. So I had the above pictured instead, which was already RM26. While it was delicious, with roasted yellow peppers mixed in, the prices just don’t do it for me.

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Sarawak laksa is a Sarawakian noodle dish consisting of bee hoon (rice vermicelli) served in a sambal coconut broth made with tamarind, lemongrass, galangal, served with shredded chicken, prawns, beansprouts, shredded omelette, with a side of sambal and lime.

The Sarawak laksa here had quite a heart broth, especially if you prefer than medium bodied curry as opposed to the thicker or lighter version. The dish was served with 2 fresh prawns and shredded egg, but the broth itself was a standout, with the laksa paste itself being imported from Sarawak. People who are familiar with Sarawak laksa will see it as more of a Chinese Sarawak laksa than a Malay Sarawak laksa. This is easily one of the best kept secrets where Sarawakians tend to not tell their peninsular counterparts about. The queue is fairly long so do go early.

💵 RM6.00 / serving
💫 5 / 5
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Saltish Parma ham, rich fontina, sweet and earthy artichokes, tart tomatoes and bitter rocket leaves — all packed between pesto-brushed ciabatta. For a very tasty sandwich with well balanced flavours, bet on this!