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Old Klang Road Famous Noodle Stall

Angeline Thursday, February 17, 2011 , , , ,

Stir-fry Shanghai Nian Gao in Hokkien Style is one of the signature dish of Old Klang Road Famous Noodle Stall.

Old Klang Road Famous Noodle Stall
Location: opposite the Morning Market Place
Food: 4.5/5
Service: 3/5
Cleanliness: 3/5
Formerly located next to the church, this unassuming hawker stall is not one to belittled. Every night, there are many luxury cars being spotted at the roadside while its owners enjoying their favourite plate of noodle at the stall.
Stir-fry Shanghai Nian Gao in Hokkien Style
Apparently, Shanghai Nian Gao (New Year cake) has a combination of soft and chewy texture. Stir-fry in Hokkien style, it created a creamy, sweet and savoury flavour to the Nian Gao. Used mainly pork, pork croutons, seafood and cabbage as ingredients, the dish not only tasty but also fragrantly good.
Pickles Chili
Stir-fry Glass Noodle
The Glass Noodle was stir-fried with bittergourd, egg and prawn, sprinkled with spring onion. It is a very special yet delicious dish.
Hokkien Mee and Meehoon
Another signature dish of the stall is the Hokkien Mee. Thick yellow noodle stir-fried with pork, seafood and vegetables in dark soy sauce and light soy sauce, topped with pork lard croutons. Aromatic, sweet, savoury and tasty dish.
Wat Tan Ho
Wat Tan Ho is one of our family's favourite dish. Lightly seasoned pre-cooked Hor Fun topped with egg's gravy. We just couldn't have enough of it!
Cantonese Style Yee Mee
Ordering a single serving to share, we get to tried few dishes at one go. The Cantonese Style Yee Mee has a similar taste with the Wat Tan Ho, just with a more crispy Yee Mee.

Total Paid = RM29.50
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