The shop front with two hanging Chinese lanterns and the name of the shop engraved with Chinese character on a wooden plaque.
Hakka Yam Ball fried with minced meat and Dried Shrimps, strips of Black Fungus, cubed fried Tou Kua, finely chopped preserved Radish, strands of Cuttle Fish and Lard-the Abacus-like Yam Ball was not too oily, not yammy enough, luckily the other ingredients made up for it-it looks light but fills you up -Rm16.90/.
This Noodle is a cross between Kway Teow and Pan Meen-noodle was very smooth, the clear soup was filled with Chinese Celery, Black Fungus, Pork and Squid-Rm13.90/.
Hand pulled noodle soup complemented with Foo Chow Fish Ball which are healthy and chemical free and Chinese Celery-the soup was tasty and slurpy-Rm12.90/.
Foo Chow Red Rice Wine Chicken Soup-came in a hot portable mini stove-looks bloody but was delicious, the rice wine was not too strong-tender chicken meat-perfect with a bowl of white rice-Rm22.90/.
Dry Hand Pulled Noodles-with well flavored minced pork and garnished with chopped spring onions -this dish was perfect-Rm9.90/.
Peanut Tong Siu- was not too sweet, would have preferred skinless peanut with a softer texture-Rm3.90/.
Location:Lot A-1-12, TTDI Plaza,
Jalan Wan Kadir 3, Taman Tun Dr. Ismail,