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Curry curry, who don't love curry in Malaysia. It is best matched with noodle and bee hun. This stall served 1 of the most generous portion of curry mee in klang valley. Though the soup base still have room to.improve, its generous portion made up the point. Taste not bad actually, but I would like to have stronger curry powder flavour. Chicken was soft, so not bad at all. Price: I guess RM11, Food: 7/10

A decent amount of rice bowl topped with soft and tender pork belly, pork glaze, onsen egg, homemade pickles and greens. I love how succulent the pork is and the melt in your mouth fats goes well with the rice. Wish there was more sauce to go with. Top up RM8 for flat white. RM23 per serving.

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The famed rice bowl from Li. I must say this was definitely praise-worthy. Chicken thigh was very well seasoned and packed full of flavour. Especially enjoyed the pickled cucumbers!


It might sound pricey for just a veggie bowl but there are a lot of components that make it – from the butter slicked in housemade seaweed butter to the perfectly charred broccoli and mushrooms and the sous-vide egg. It’s such a flavourful dish!

A new addition to the menu.
It sounded simple, but boy was the taste anything but simple. Every single element in the bowl was executed perfectly. Flavourful seaweed rice, wonderfully marinated vegetables (broccoli was the star of the show!), wobbly soft egg and I can go on and on about the spicy chilli sauce! Can’t wait for my next trip to Li’s so that I can taste it all over again.

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I’ve had this rice bowl way too many times, but this it probably the only picture I have of it lol. My go-to whenever I’m here. Reminds me a whole lot of chicken rice; juicy brined chicken atop fluffy rice and drizzled with a dash of chilli mayo, and on the side, pickled cucumbers and a perfect egg. Happiness in a bowl.

I seem to always find myself here when I’m ill, but i genuinely love the food. Everything’s tasty, it’s reasonable (nothing is above RM10) and it’s so satisfying. Opted for this version of loh she fun though I prefer the fried version, this one sees the springy noodles swimming in a thick eggy soup. Added more soy sauce in it and it was great.

A new addition to the dinner menu, and it’s immediately become one of my must-have dishes on a visit to Li. Charred broccoli sits atop a bed of broccoli purée, and is topped with almond flakes, cayenne pepper and micro greens.