Since my friend told me this place serve good Hokkien mee and they are using charcoal stove to cook their food. This place is near Old Klang Road area and easy to find parking at night. Apart from their popular hokkien mee and wat tan hor, there are some good side dishes to order as well, like fried sotong and fish too.
1 Jalan Lazat 1/48, Taman Gembira,
58200 Kuala Lumpur
Opens daily from 4pm to 1am
Stir-fried Kailan, RM7.00
Singapore Fried Meehoon, RM6.00
Singapore fried meehoon has a nice savory wok taste, sweet and big portion for one person serving.
Hokkien Mee, RM6.00
You could smell fragrant from the lard and charcoal when the noodle arrived. Hokkien noodles have the right softness, you can find some prawns and pork meat. Quite a huge serving size considered for 1 person’s portion.
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