Kedai Kopi Janggut @ Hilltop

Ever wonder why the shop is called Kedai Kopi Janggut (or more well known as Wu Sou Lo)? Actually this restaurant's name is reflecting to the boss itself. Try to take a look at the boss when you are there and you will understand. For TomYam lovers, this might be a must-go place but do aware that the prices vary from the type of fishes you ordered (it can be really expensive if you order good quality fish).

One of the things that we love about KK is the seafood. We can always enjoy the fresh fishes and prawns all the time. Maybe that's why we always have fish noodles for breakfast. Another post of fish noodles!!
 Disappointed Yu Chap Noodles (Fish parts mixed with noodles, tasted so-so) RM7
 Fried Wanton and Beancurd, RM8.30 (ok, nothing special)
 Tom Yam Prawn Noodles, RM6.50 (this is good especially if you eat together with their special chilli sauce)

Food: 4/5
Service: 3/5
Cleanliness: 3/5


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