Kedai Kopi LY @ Lido


In search for a nice plate of Penang Char Koay Teow, we venture into Lido area and found a self proclaim fame Penang Char Koay Teow stall. Although it had indeed attracted quite a few numbers of patron going there just for the Char Koay Teow, I'm still curious of how good it can be.

The Penang Char Koay Teow taste was really not bad at all, although the chef was being skimpy with the ingredients which I can only find 2 pieces of prawn, 2 pieces of thinly slice Chinese sausage(that I hardly see) and a few pieces of small cockle(which I wish I had a magnifying glass to look for it) in my normal Char Koay Teow. My companion was lucky enough to have ordered the Char Koay Teow with Prawn only, in which he found 4 pieces of prawn(call us pathetic but this is what we felt when looking at our Char Koay Teow). Albeit the Char Koay Teow was really short of the ''oomph'' factor that keep you coming back for more. I'm not being 'picky' about the Char Koay Teow but I would prefer a fragrantly good Char Koay Teow with a combination of good taste and the ''oomph'' factor(you know, that kind of burning taste that comes from a fierce fire while frying the noodle).


It cost RM5 per plate but yet the serving portion is just average. If you are a big eater, you will have to consider ordering something else to fill your stomach which in that case, the shop have few more hawker's stall which sell Wor Tip, BBQ Chicken Wings and Satays.


We ordered some Wor Tip which cost RM6 for 10 pieces. Crispy, not very oily but the taste wasn't outstanding enough to my liking. It is just an ordinary Wor Tip that I can find easily in KK. Somehow, based on my personal taste bud, I still prefer the stall at Kedai Kopi Tenom.

Rating:
Food: 3/5
Service: 2/5
Cleanliness: 2/5

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