Local Makan Makan

Local Makan Makan

Featuring Village Park Restaurant, Kedai Makanan O & S Restaurant, Petaling Street, San Peng Prawn Noodle (Ah Kwong), Kopitiam Kaki Bukit, Restoran West Lake (西湖饭店), B & Best Restaurant, Restoran Hoi Kee (海记茶餐室), Moon Kee Fish Head Noodles (Section 19), Restoran Puchong Fatt Kee
Sok Chien Lim
Sok Chien Lim

Lou shu fun with char Siew (RM7++) @ PopCorn Food Hall, Mid Valley. Taste wise: a little bit too salty, char Siew: so-so...
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A great spot for those who prefer “economical” dinner with pork selection , as compared to restaurants in the mall.

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Food is awesome, except the fact that it’s super hot (sweating even though it’s not soup noodles!)

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Love the rich soup base and I can actually taste the tomato in it, unlike many other shops which has stronger milk taste.

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Roasted pork intestine- not many places that nails it, but when it does, here I am- who don’t mind coming here every Friday for breakfast.
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💰:RM6

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Braised duck with wanton mee (RM8.50). Tender and flavourful, love every single bite of it!
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They do serve other sides such as Hakka braised pork with black fungus, lamb curry as well.

The boss actually did exactly what I Ordered: char siew with less fatty layers, which not many people do that nowadays (knowing kopitiam service in Malaysia)
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Generous amount of meat, and most importantly, PORK LARD! Thumbs up! .
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E1 is a “open air” kopitiam/ foodcourt (few blocks away from AIA building) which serves typical noodles such as prawn mee, pork noodles etc and also mixed rice stall, feeding most of the office folks nearby. Do come early (before 12pm) to chop the seat!

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Fish seafood noodles which cost RM18. Went there on a public holiday and it was so crowded. If you’re selling good food, it doesn’t matter if you’re the only stall in such a big kopitiam. Some said not salty enough, some said it tasted “healthy”. What say you?

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Extremely juicy and crispy fried chicken, nice! .
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Down side: Overly moist rice... .

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🤔 Maybe not. .
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Roti goyang (RM6): Roti bakar with butter and kaya, and shaking eggs on top (if you shake it lol). Nice try! .
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Nasi lemak ayam berempah (RM13), I would rate 2.5 out of 5. Village park nasi lemak remains on top of my list still..
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Bihun with potato curry (RM7) okok only. .
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Cham ice (RM3.5) was thick enough.

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Hand pinched pan mee is another key. What about yours?

This pan mee Chilli might not be the best in town, but I would say the texture of hand pinched pan mee is really good!

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