This time we brought two friends along to join us.
The place was packed to the brim at the air conditioned dining area and we waited awhile to be seated.
Originally at their old location in Taman Berkeley, their main signature dish was Bak Kut Teh but now with the son-in law as a chef cum partner the menu is more extensive with local favorites.
Parking is OK.
|Lala Beehoon (rice vermicelli)-with lots beansprouts, fried whisked egg and tiny baby Lala (clams)-a bit on the wet side-Rm15|
|Steamed Garouper (450 gm) (Anson style)-tasted a bit like Thai sauce with lots of hot bird's eyes chillies and garnished with freshly chopped big onion and coriander leaves-fish was fresh and chunky-Rm27/|
|Deep fried Pork Belly-a good 3 layers of meat and fats-real snacky-5 stars!-Rm20/|
|Stir fried Long bean/ Brinjal-quite an oily dish with lots of "wok hei"-Rm8|
|Brinjal with salted egg-well tossed with flavorsome curry leaves and salted eggs-Rm8/|
|Bittergourd Soup-filled with sliced ginger, carrot, fishball, pork, shrimps-was average and not bitter-Rm15|
Location:Lot 930-934, Jalan Gelugor,