Restoran Woh is actually a coffee shop tucked in the neighborhood of Bandar Sri Damansara. It's a hive of activity when the residents come out to eat, especially if it's a weekend. The Penang Prawn Mee stall is more popular than the rest and people from neighboring suburbs are known to purposely come here for it. I am an example myself.
Jalan Alor is filled to the brim with various restaurants and food stalls. Among all, Wong Ah Wah stands out for their famous BBQ chicken wings - a dish loved by both tourists and locals alike.
The first time I was here was close to 10 years ago and I could vividly remember that Jalan Alor was not as happening as it is now today. Wong Ah Wah has since even added another barbecue stove to meet the increasing demands for their chicken wings.
This is not the best Wantan Mee in Penang but it is good. Nameless and often referred as the ‘Wantan Mee in front of furniture shop at Chulia Street‘, the noodles here tastes slightly different from those in Klang Valley. The noodles are more more springy, tossed with light soy sauce hence the fairer appearance […]
I am not a huge fan of Jawa Mee but I do have a stall that I will never hesitate to go back to. It only opens in the evening around 7.30pm and operates past midnight after 2am, perfect for those looking for supper. The stall is called Seng Jawa Mee and like many other […]
A supposedly dim sum breakfast at Tuck Cheong restaurant did not happen because by the time we reached there, everything was sold out save for some buns. Maybe I was too late by Pudu people’s standards but it was only 9am! Desperate for an alternative, we recalled a famous Hakka Mee nearby that some say […]
One of my memorable eats in Melaka is Hassan’s Mee Goreng at Jalan Tengkera. Even though this is a Malay eatery, you can see many Chinese and Indian customers enjoying their breakfast here as well, making this a true Malaysian favourite. The mee goreng is as basic as it could get as it is only […]