one time hot spot now on decline because of shift in people traffic moving to other mordern parts of the city.
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Came here for a late lunch as the place we wanted to go was closed. Began with the ice kachang which was most welcome after walking in the sun. Tried a number of dishes; found that the lor bak & cha kway teow was good....More
This coffee shop is more than 100 yrs old must eat food from the lor bak stall especially the lor bak and prawn fritter. the ice kachang with durian ice cream is very nice. we even ordered the durian ice cream separately. tried their kaya...More
Try thier well know durian ice cream ice kanchang. The rich creamy taste texture and the mouth watering asam laksa was a kill. The ambience and outlook of the coffee shop wasn't that appealing as we can see the old furniture bringing back the glory...More
We had just found out that the very good chicken rice stall in this cafe is now run by different people. After trying the new chicken rice, we were very disappointed. The rice was not as fragrant as the old one, the chicken meat was...More
This is a cafe where you can choose several favorite street food dishes to eat namely char kuay tiew, lor bak, chicken rice, and ice kacang. We tried most of the dishes and found the chicken rice the most delicious. The durian ice kachang is...More
just enjoyed the various penang hawker foods like char kway tiaw, Lobak, Popiah and also the delicious kway tiaw soup .. and as dessert we got ice kacang with durian ice cream .. super yummy !
We love anything durian, so we can't resist the colourful ice kacang topped with durian ice cream. Not the best durian ice cream I have had, but delectable considering the low price tag.
Our favourite place for brunch. The lobal stall here run by a youngish aunty has the best prawn fritters. The light and crispy batter studded with fresh white shrimps is highly addictive. The lobak or five-spice meat rolls are flavourful, succulent and…addictive too. Don't care...More