Hawker (Hawker Food) Restaurants in Malaysia – 45 Restaurants
This food streets starts its business around 6pm. Most of the stalls here are operated by senior citizens for more than a decade. All the foods taste really good except the pork noodles are inconsistent in the quality when taking a lot orders. Price wise are consider cheap in KL. The cleanliness is rated 1/5 as it is situated in the middle of the road under open air condition.
mh.sum25 posted tummyparadiseland.wordpress.com 33 ReviewsExceptional
Located nearby Times Square. Take LRT Star. Stop at the Pudu station. Walk to the main street. Observe the opposite lorong. The most crowded will be Jln Sayur. Most of the seller here is senior citizen. Simple food but it become special because of them.
The quality seemed to be still maintained – good wok hei that oozed ‘warmth’ when you spread out the noodles, aromatic with lard, lots of bean sprouts and also generous amount of cockles and prawns.
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His charcoal duck egg char koay teow was slightly different than Jalan Pasar as he added Chinese sausage and topped with duck egg for RM 4.00. The koay teow was similarly fried with their mysterious dark sauce, cockles and bean sprouts. We were amazed by how tauke manage to stick the duck egg stick to every piece of the koay teow. This definitely worth trying.
Seng Thor coffee shop have five(5) hawker stalls(Koay Teow Th’ng, Loh Mee, Loh Bak, Wantan Mee & Oyster Omelette) in and around the shop and an economy rice stall(was not open that day or has ceased operations) operating at different hours.
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