This is pretty Ipoh-Hainanese style of dried curry noodles. What with its famous white coffee. A potential for Ipoh-ans to quench their cravings for dried curry noodles. The place is quite easy to find. It is along the
Location: Jalan Tun H.S Lee, Masjid Jamek Area, Kuala Lumpur
Rating: Above average
There are curry noodles too, but its standard would be average to below average if my review is on the curry noodles. The dry curry noodles is at least better.
Now, how is this a typical Ipoh-Hainanese dried curry, you might ask. Well the noodles will usually be doused with thin curry soup and then topped with another layer of thick curry chicken sauce. Other accompaniments usually include bbq pork and some beansprouts. Are they good? Well, I would say above average when compared to most Kuala Lumpur stalls/shops. The curry is quite fragrant. But other than that, the remaining ingredients are rather average.
Its white coffee is very famous among its patrons. It is fragrant and smooth. I find it a bit strong and sweet too. But at least it is not 3 in 1 white coffee.
The thick coffee coupled with the thick froth forms part of the pull factor. Did you notice something on the surface of the coffees? These are not created by us. Work of art by the "taukeh" (boss/owner) maybe?Note: Although they open on Saturdays, the quality is somewhat lower. Suggest you go during weekdays.