Was shopping at Pavilion earlier and had a tea break at Food Junction. Wanted to try Toast Box since it seems like the perfect and cheapest choice but the queue was never-ending. So, I had to settle for the stall next to it, Thye Hong.
Funny thing Thye Hong calls ‘Oh Chien’ Omelette Oyster. Isn’t Oyster Omelette more suitable? Hmm.. What do you think?
Despite the huge portion and looking delicious, I did not have high expectations for the dish. But, I was wrong. Costing RM8 nett, the oyster omelette was surprisingly pretty good with quite a lot of big fresh oysters. Nice.
Oyster omlette = genious!!!!!!
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AT Pavilion, RM8 is acceptable ler… Here at PG hawker it already cost me RM 6-8.
Delicious looking from your photo…very nice and clear shot.
The price is still reasonable at this rate.
wahhhhh!!! challenging to find such nice looking oyster Omelette for this price in Singapore =( I can hardly see the oysters in ours ;P The photos are excellent
i thought they’re famous for the hokkien noodles?
vk: I will try the Hokkien Noodles next time! Saw a few ppl taking away it.. looks nice too
I am so surprised by the size of those oysters, at RM8! Surpassing all food court standards! Impressive!
Not that expensive. Acceptable…. :)
It’s cheap! Oyster or omellete, which come first. Depends on which has the bigger portion. Answer is obvious?
Yea, I tried before and agreed with you, it’s taste good! From first I don’t give high expectation as well thought the food at food court have their own standard, but it’s good to try..
oh their fried hokkien noodles so so only lah.
nothing compared to S’pore’s version. that one … droolworthy!
that day or chien at Northam beach cafe, RM10! so oily some more.
This is one of the best oyster ommelette leh. Less oil, less starch, and very very delicious. Wakakaka!!
Thye Hong calls ‘Oh Chien’ Omelette Oyster. Isn’t Oyster Omelette more suitable … haha funny. I guess an omelette by any other name,…….. lol :D
I tried it before,but it was lousy..no good at all..It looks nice,but tasteless… maybe because Im from penang and have tried many good o chien..this one definitely below par…
vk: I have to disagree with you on the tasteless part :)
I love their char kuey teow!!! best in KL :p
vk: are you sure…..
long time never eat oyster omlette lo! want to have it with lots of oyster. hor liao!!!
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