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The food is good local food. I am not a mee sua person but I like the mee sua soup. The drinks are really not good though. The main challenge is the parking. We parked at Hard Rock Hotel which is RM10 per entry of...More
This coffee shop hidden at the corner along Lorong Hang Jebat, as u walk along the road ,you see orang utan drawing on the side wall then you will find it. The mee suah, the fried kway teow is especially excellent, prepare to wait for...More
This place was recommended to me by a local and it is really good! The oyster omelette was great, and I enjoyed every bite of it.
Do note that even though it seems to close only at 2pm, when we were there eating at 1pm,...More
this charming old place is right next to the Orang utan house. Be there early for breakfast as the queue tends to build up by mid morning for the "home-cooked" traditional mee sua.
Each bowl of mee sua here is cooked individually in a large...More
Pin Pin Hiong is a small family-run coffeeshop that specialises in mee sua. Actually there are only five must try at pin pin Hiong -- soup mee sua, oyster omelette, fried liver with ginger, pork chop in tomato sauce n fried rice. The best way...More
I was introduced to this place by my in-laws over a decade ago. Since then, it has been a must go place every time we are there.
The food is simple yet so yummy. A soup flavoured with pork, intestines and liver with noodles. The...More
This place is located about 50m on the horizontal street where San Shu Kong (the red shop) is. It is just next to Orang Utang wall. You will see the shop name as Pin Pin House.
Walk in, find a table and sit down. Then...More