13, Jalan 20/14
Petaling Jaya 46300

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07:30am - 05:00pm

07:30am - 05:00pm

07:30am - 05:00pm

07:30am - 05:00pm

07:30am - 05:00pm

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Love it, my very first time after staying in PJ for 5 years! Close to penang flavors !! Would definitely be back for this yummy broth ! Rm9 for this but portion is generous

This is Hokkien Style of stew chicken feet. The think dark sauce is nice and best to eat with beehoon or rice. Perhaps it could stew for a longer time for the taste to be fully absorb by the feet and also soften the feet.

This is a speciality and most of the time only people from northern of Malaysia love this combination. And this is Lor Cham Terng (Thick Dark Sauce with Prawn Soup). Not many of the shop in Klang Valley serve this, I mean, a really as authentic as in Penang. This is my 2nd ranking among all that I tried.

First try on this traditional prawn mee, the prawn mee come with 3 little small prawns, egg, kangkung, fried onion and half boil egg. The prawn mee broth is quite nice but it would be better if they can make it not so salty. The prawn is fresh. Overall is still good.


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This is only shop I found out got real boiled egg inside barley dessert.


Prawn mee is a distinctly Malaysian Chinese dish originating from the island of Penang. The dish is made from prawn stock which is boiled prawn heads along with pork bone. This imparts a sweetness to the broth. The dish is served with egg noodles and / or rice vermicelli, with prawns, half a boiled egg, beansprouts, kangkung (water morning glory), fishcakes and a side of sambal (spicy chilli and fermented dish paste).

The broth had that rich flavour from a day’s boil which gives it that sweetness you would expect. The noodles were portioned well. The bowl was served with a 2 big prawns, about 7 smaller prawns, squid, pork rib, pork intestine and pork tail (I requested a change to more pork intestine). The one thing about this place is that you do get your money’s worth, even though it came up to RM21.90. The bowl was huge and definitely satisfying. However, the broth can be a bit heavy from the tons of prawns used, so for people who love full flavour this is definitely one of the best. If you’re used to Penang standards, then this can be a bit heavy, but nonetheless, one of the better ones you’ll find in Kuala Lumpur.

💵 RM21.90 / bowl
💫 5 / 5
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