The restaurant has many stalls however the beef noodles is the famous among others
Have your favourite noodles type with the most delicious long-boiled soup based, you couldn't taste it anywhere else but Lai Foong Kopitiam.
There is a famous stall in the Imbi market serving hainanese tea and toast bread with all the red tables.
Love the variety, quality and affordability of the food here, and being beside a market added a certain charm to it. My favorite is the Hainan Tea, Wantan Mee and Popiah :)
The coffee shop was packed out and at least one customer at every table (and quite often the entire table) was waiting for a plate of Wang's workmanship. The backlog was about 40 minutes. It is behind Hock Lee Supermarket.
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Well, I am still in search for good Char Koay Teow in Klang Valley, please hit me at the comment area.
Ah Koong specializes in things fishy. The fish porridge is a wonderful, soul-satisfying dish, the simplest of elements (rice, water or broth, and a few other ingredients) elevated to heavenly heights. The fish cake is very tasty and springy.
Apparently, they're really famous for the prawn cakes but we never get to eat them in the evenings because it is always sold out by then.
The Sarawak laksa served here is a family recipe, and that many of her ingredients are flown in from Sarawak. I believe this laksa is the coconut-less variety, but what make it special is the flavour which is fragrant yet isn't too hot. The garnishing done by this Aunty is truly special, 'hotel quality'
Overall, I would strongly recommend this Sarawak Laksa stall to those who are in the Klang Valley who have yet to try and wish to have a taste of what Sarawak Laksa is all about.
Satisfyingly slippery noodles topped with green and white scallion slices, nubbins of chewy, crispy pork and a couple of thick slices of succulent, mildly spiced Chinese sausage.
This is very good lemak curry soup.One of the best curry laksa in Klang Valley.
A mound of thick round noodles topped with ikan bilis, chopped scallion, a wee bit of table sugar, pork sliced and chopped, and tiny cubes of cracklin', all crowned by a snow-white poached egg. Kin Kin's pan mee delivers on its promise -- ultra chewy noodles and a la jiao light on oil and heavy on slow-roasted chili flavor that elicits a sharp tingle, rather than the sort of tongue-searing burn that might overpower the dish's other tasty ingredients.
Don't expect great service at Kin Kin. Focus on the food. It's that good. Why else would we go twice on 2 separate days?
This pork mee (pork noodle) vendor occupies the front right corner of a Brickields coffee shop. A number of noodle types are on offer, both rice (kuayteow, loh see fun, bee hoon) and wheat (mee and mee sua). Noodles can be had in soup or konlo (dry-mixed), and egg is optional. Piled atop a gently poached egg and swathed in dark soy and oil-fried garlic, they were accompanied by a tiny saucer of fresh chilies in soy sauce and a small bowl of soup.
For me, it is also one of the best pork mee I have tried. My boss swears by it! He has been eating this guy's pork mee ever since he was a kid staying in Brickfields.
This kopitiam has started their business for more than 25 years and the stall owners have much or less remained the same.
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Overall, Yong Len is a great place to take away food, and if you don't mind waiting for a table it is sure worth it to savor every dish the restaurant has to offer.