I don’t wanna fight no more…

I can’t remember whether they did say it was very nice but I am pretty sure that I heard their business was so good that in the face of the stiff competition, some of the kampua noodle stalls in the vicinity had given up without a fight or so to speak – in other words, they just closed down their stalls.

Well, I was in the neighbourhood the other day so I just had to stop by…

EC

…to give it a try and if anyone is wondering, it is located to the left of the Dewan Suarah (Civic Centre), facing Tung Hua Secondary School (You can catch a glimpse of the “new” school block in two of the photographs below), right next to this shop…

Next door

…with a name that I kind of like.

I must say that I appreciate the lady’s effort in putting on a mask while making the noodles…

KS 1

…and for one thing, their kampua noodles, at RM2.20 only a plate…

KS 2

…are very much cheaper than most, if not all, of the other places in town where they are priced at RM2.50…or more, at some places, I hear. Say, if you have a family of three children, you would have saved RM1.50, enough for a glass of kopi-o peng (iced black coffee).

Of course, what is more important is the taste and not how cheap the noodles are…

KPN 1

…and at best, I thought they were pretty all right – more or less like most other places in town and perhaps better than some of them even…

KPN 2

…but my favourites are still here…or here.

All in all, I would just say that if I were around that part of town, I wouldn’t mind stopping by for a plate of that instead of going through the trouble of having to drive somewhere else to have something of the same.