Kedai Kopi Tenom & Hawker Stalls @ Damai


 
Back to Damai eateries for dinner again. Trying out other stalls this time. So many choices yet so little stomach. A hard decision have to be made today. Prawn noodles or Char Koay Teow? Assam Laksa or Pan Mee? Rojaks or Penang Lobak? Fried Carrot Cakes or Wantan Mee? The Wor Tip also nice...err...

Then, we ended up ordering Char Koay Teow, Rojaks, Wor Tip and some of our favourite dishes which we couldn't miss. There are two Char Koay Teow stalls, one is Penang Char Koay Teow and another one is Seafood Char Koay Teow. I had tried the Penang Char Koay Teow before and the tasted is just so-so, not nice. That's why we ordered from the Seafood Char Koay Teow which is quite famous.

Seafood Char Koay Teow RM5 (tasted not bad, quite good)

Rojak buah + tauhu RM4.50 (quite good but can't be compare with KL's rojak)


Wor Tip(Fried) RM6 (This is good, you can hardly find in KL)

 
Carrot Cake Stall  and next to it is Wor Tip Stall

5 dishes for RM27 only

Kung Pow Chicken RM6

Specialty Tofu RM6

Hot & Sour Soup, RM5
 
Stir-Fried Sabah Vegetable with egg, RM5

Stir-Fried Choy Sum, RM5

Western Food Stall, Claypot Rice, Lobak and Grilled Fish Stall

 

Dinner time and supper alway crowded, especially weekend!





Ratings
Food: 4/5
Services: 4/5
Cleanliness: 2/5





Comments

Unknown said…
The wor tip looks really yummy!! Yup, in KL, wor tip not as common. But I think there seems to be many Hong Kong food restaurant popping up in KL. I think they serve wor tip,.... I think. The other place where I like the wor tip is of course esquire kitchen. Except can be a bit oily.
Rebecca Saw said…
@terence: oh! thks ;) . Aft readin Angeline's article above i was wondering whr to get wor tip in KL! ;)

Hey angeline: Yup, food courts are great for variety and convenience!
Angeline said…
Terence: The wor tip in KL is a bit different from KK. Wor Tip here tasted different from the esquire kitchen and it is thinner. Actually it is handmade by ppl from China and you have 2 choices, fried wor tip or steamed wor tip.

thenomadGourmand: This is not a food court actually, it is a place where all the restaurants open next to each other. Is quite special.
Unknown said…
Angeline, when you said thinner, you refering to the skin of the wor tip right? Yes, the esquire kitchen wor tip has a skin that is,...well,.... a little thick.

Hand made by people from China? I MUST TRY!!
Angeline said…
the whole wor tip is thin.

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