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The Meal Platter is a Whole Chicken, 1 large or 2 regular sides, and 2 bottomless soft drinks.

We got it with the 2 regular sides with the chicken in Lemon & Herb flavour of marination. The sides shown are both Regular portions of Mediterranean Rice.

The sides ordered separately costs RM5.15 for a Regular portion and RM7.95 for a Large separate portion. The choices of sides are Spicy Rice, Mediterranean Rice, Coleslaw, PERi-PERi Chips, PERi-PERi Wedges, Corn-on-the-Cob, Chargrilled Veg, Garlic Bread, Side Salad and Red Skinned Mashed Potatoes.

I feel super full and super satisfied. It was Yummy!

The environment is quite lively with the other customers chattering away. The service was good. The floors are all dry and clean so no need to worry about slipping.

Located along Old Klang Road, this cafe is fast becoming the Burpple community's go-to for affordable rice bowls. While their forte is in freshly made pastas and award-winning coffee, it doesn't stop Littlepeople from dishing out a stellar Ducky Rice Bowl (RM12). The bowl straddles skillfully cooked smoked duck slices and wobbly soft boiled egg atop a fragrant bed of rice drizzled with sesame oil. In case duck doesn't agree with you, try the chicken instead. Their Pollo Rice Bowl (RM12) resembles the Japanese oyako don, which sees chicken and egg, cooked together into a moist, chunky omelette over rice. Pro tip: Valet service is free as long as you get your parking ticket validated at the cafe β€” parking, however, is still chargeable.
Avg price per person: RM15
Photo by Burppler Jeff Lim

NOT the same Jalan Ipoh Curry Mee stall.. But a few stall away.

This is RM6 for a small portion.
RM6.50 if you were to add on curry.
RM7 for a large.

It's quite nice as well. And I assume they're quite famous because there was a wait for food and they only had one portion of the wanton noodles to serve up. They did offer to change it to other noodles without changing anything else.

You can choose to mix 2 flavours out of their 3 flavours which are Dalkom, Cheese and Choco.

We chose the Choco and Cheese and got one of each flavour cut in half. So 4 halves.

It was served with a drizzle of Chocolate Sauce with a side of Whipped Cream. It had a slight sour aftertaste to the Hotteoks like when you eat a sourdough. The outsides were crisp. Nice!

This towering shaved ice dessert is Gigantic!

It's supposed to be a shared dessert for 2. But Wow! Great for sharing.

They added fresh fruits like Grapes, Strawberries, Kiwis, Mango and Watermelon. They also had some Cornflakes type toppings and well as Red Bean. Topped with Whipped Cream and a jelly on top making it look like its and egg.

Alone then are each RM15.90.

Their hot chocolate has a distinct taste. But bad!

Their Iced Matcha Latte tasted slightly diluted. BUT I believe that the Hot version would be better. Next time then.

We got this as a buy 1 free 1 set.
Every Tuesday to Friday 1.30pm - 6.30pm excluding Public Holidays.