2, Jalan Tun Mohd Fuad 1
Kuala Lumpur 60000

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When it’s time for lunch, make a beeline for delicious local grub — solid prawn noodles! — at this corner coffeeshop. On weekends, the crowd starts pouring in early in the morning, so it's best to swing by later for brunch.
Photo by Burppler Jocelyn Ting


Always count myself lucky to be able to order a plate of this here. On weekends, the orders come piling up they sometimes tell you it’s sold out for the day! Not going to lie, I’ve had better CKT but there’s just something about this one that I keep coming back for; the perfectly fried noodles with hints of smokiness, the always crunch bean sprouts, and how well-balanced the flavours are.

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What's better than having a bowl of the famous prawn mee at Yong Len before heading to work with a happy tummy? This version of prawn mee comes with taugeh, kangkung, pork slices, mini prawns and topped with fried shallots, with a spoonful of sambal set aside for diners who want to have an extra kick or level up the spiciness. I especially like the soup as it's spicy enough (some of the prawn mee out there has no kick at all even when sambal is included) and has a balance of saltiness, sweetness and spiciness. If you are a working adult at one of the offices nearby, why not head down to YL to grab a bowl of this soupy goodness at RM 5.30 (small).

There's no need for you to take a 5-hour drive to Penang for Hokkien mee once you've tried this famous kopitiam's version — this Penangite dish is closer to home than you think! A bowl of this spicy goodness for RM 6 will render the satisfaction of a good morning's breakfast, complete with a cup of barley as recommended by Burpple Tastemaker Edric.


I met up with my cousin, Brian Leow who is a genuine foodie living in KL. He can rattle off recommendations of where to go for any local dish you fancy. This Penang-style prawn mee happens to be one of the places he and his entire family have been frequenting for years. When you take a look around the kopitiam where the stall is located, you'll see that nearly every table has customers slurping up a bowl of this "shiok" noodles.
The richness of this stall's soup comes from hours and hours of boiling the saturated prawn stock. I like the spicy edge given by the chilli sambal that's served separately so you can stir in all, some, or none of it.


One, coffee and an English breakfast; Two, funny looking animals doing weird stuff on my news feed and three, a nice warm bowl of soup noodles with a cold drink😋. In this case, it's number three!! Yesterday morning, I visited a corner lot "kopitiam" in TTDI called "Restoran Yong Len" and had their famous prawn mee and barley. The prawn mee was amazing!! The soup was spicy and delicious, and the nice lady working in the stall was generous enough to give me extra bean sprouts and chicken slices 😉. (P.S. Please excuse my thumb 🙇)