36 Stalls is one of the oldest food court in Kampar town located near to a latest new cinema complex.
Until today, it offers a wide varieties of hawker food, albeit a little slow in business during the week days.
I, particularly like this Ngow Lam Mee @stall no:18, as I used to patronize them when the father (owner) was the cook, then it was located in a makeshift hut, near a budget hotel.
With his son at the rein, now the taste and flavor is not as intense and flavorful as the father's time but nevertheless it's brings back memories to my taste buds.
The wanton noodle is spring while the stewed beef brisket and innards and white radish together with spices and herbs like star anise and liquorice...etc is cooked just right and easy to chew.
My daughter Michelle and my wife ordered from Stall no:30- laksa mee and soup mee respectively and @Rm3.50/bowl, it was a steal.
Parking is OK.
|Ngow Lam Mee@Rm5.50-good value for money.|
|Bee Hoon soup@Rm3.50/|
Location\: 36 stalls @Kampar Town near a new cineplex.