The main reason we came to Come Eat Lok Lok was because they were offering lok lok at RM1 per stick. At that time, it seemed like a deal too good to pass up. Although the food was not great, we had one of the oddest dining experience here so I guess it's worth it for the sake of memory.
Compared to PJ and the rest of KL, restaurants specializing in Hokkien Mee are few and far between in Kepong – especially the good ones. After going around town trying Hokkien Mee at different places, we finally found one that’s worthy of a mention which is San Ching San. The restaurant is located behind AEON […]
Double Seven's dai chao stall is now our go-to place whenever we feel like having a proper meal, yet won't put a dent in the wallet. We have our dinner here almost on a weekly basis and we have never been disappointed.
Tian Fatt was my next stop for KL-style Char Koay Teow. Like Fei Lou's in Jinjang, fresh cockles are also available; though you need to be specific if that's what you want. Otherwise, you'd get a a normal looking CKT that doesn't distinguish itself from the rest.
Kim Kia sells pan mee and pan mee only. That's why they call themselves the pan mee specialist. It used to be a stall but with the overwhelming support of their customers, they moved into a proper shop located just a stone's throw away from its original spot. Waiting time could get excruciating so make sure you are not in a hurry before eating here.