Why a sudden opening of so many branches in the Klang Valley?
Heard it through the grapevine......about the Bidor business ?
The plus point is we do not have to drive to Bidor to enjoy their duck drumstick noodle but will miss their creamy and dense yam pastry and the deep fried steamed fish balls.
Last weekend, I was there with my family for lunch.
Nicely located at a deep corner lot shop house-you will miss it if you do not look out for it.
Typical coffee shop styled setting with an open kitchen (full of steaming hot stainless steel steamers) at the far end of the shop.
Our orders of three bowls of duck drumstick noodle, a bowl of sweet and sour pork trotter noodle and two types of wanton plus drinks were quickly taken and was served within 15 minutes.
Parking is ample on weekends.
|Duck drumstick noodle-full of light aromatic herbal flavor-drumstick was a tad wee small-noodle was springy-filled with Choy Sam, yok chut, tong kwai, wolf berries and dried longans-Rm7.30.|
|Wanton in soup-seven pieces of soft smooth shrimp/pork filled wanton-good-Rm5.90|
|Deep fried crispy and oily shrimp/pork wanton served with two types of dip i.e.chillies sauce and garlic/ginger sauce-with sliced cucumber on it's side-Rm8.40.|
Location:H-G-21, Jalan PJU 1A/3,
Taipan 2 Damansara,
Ara Damansara, Petaling Jaya.