A few shops away from Tom’s, this is typically a very Chinese no pork no lard restaurant. Décor is mostly decorated with Chinese historical artefacts.
We were hungry and tired and it was about 2pm. We decided to try the nearest eatery near to where we stayed along Jalan Padungun. We were lucky. We enjoyed the food here. It was also very affordable. Menu was comprehensive.
Spicy noodle (RM10.80) was firm and a little sour from the added vinegar. The mushroom and minced chicken were tasty though a little salty. You can select the type of noodle as well as the level of spiciness.
Onion egg pancake (RM7.90) was starchy. A little oily too. Claypot rice (RM11.50) came in a small claypot. A little salty due to salted fish and anchovies. Some long beans and chicken. Half tea egg was nice. Rice was hot and flavourful.
Chicken lotus roots soup (RM13.90) was tasty but not too salty. The chicken was tender but not overcooked. It went well with the claypot rice.
Of all dishes, we liked the Fried Chicken Emerald Dumplings (RM10.90) the most. Well fried on the outside and juicy inside. The meat was well marinated. Correct combination of sweetness and saltiness.
With Pu’er tea, this was a delightful lunch for us.
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