Restaurant Kuo Man @ Sunny Garden

Restaurant Kuo Man
Location: Shop lots opposite Raz-Ma-Tazz
$$-$$$
Ratings:
Food: 5/5
Service: 3/5
Cleanliness: 3/5
Visit reviewed: 29/10/09 and 26/09/10
Fish Fillets Kolo Mee
Early on a Sunday morning, Jack and I planned to bring his younger sister to The Green Connection Aquarium but it was too early when we reached as the aquarium only open at 10am. Moved on with another plan, we had breakfast at Kuo Man.
It was only 9.00am when we reached Kuo Man but the shop already fully occupied with patrons. Luckily, my favourite Fish Fillets was still available. The thick Fish Fillets was definitely a great attraction to the heavy crowds in the morning. The fish was so fresh and tasted so good. It doesn't even need sauce to enhance the flavours.
Of course, the homemade noodle was something not to be miss as well. Best to eat in Kolo style. Nice staple food in the morning.
Ngiu Wat Noodle (Smooth Beef)
Another signature dish of the shop was the Ngiu Wat. The beef was so tender and smooth. It marinated for the great texture. Yummy!
Ham Chin Peng
The Ham Chin Peng at Kuo Man was one of the best in town. Crispy on the outside and soft on the inside. It was fragrantly good with five spices flavour too.
Total paid = RM19.20 (including Kit Chai Drink (hot) and Kit Chai Drink (cold))

Comments

Unknown said…
For ham chem peng, you should try the one in kolombong, hainanese coffeeshop situated in the middle near a chinese clinic (unable to recall name). Better with garlic!

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