Have you heard…

…that there is a new stall here…

Delta Seafood & Cafe

…at this coffee shop where the old lady has her kampua noodle stall?

Well, if you haven’t, you’ve heard it now. There is this new one…

New stall

…that sells their own-made noodles…

Own-made noodles

– made and cooked and served right away.

You have a choice between wet/soup (RM5.00) or dry (RM4.00), flat…

Flat

…or round and thin…

Thin

I could not understand why as I would have thought they were basically the same thing, just different in shape but I thought the flat one that my missus had was a whole lot nicer. The noodles on their own would be tasty enough – I did not see any need for the fried ikan bilis (anchovies) and the cangkuk manis and one point in their favour was that they used real char siew (barbecued meat), not the usual boiled meat imitation that one would find in a plate of kampua noodles, even though it tasted something like lap cheong (Chinese sausage). On the whole, I would say it was very good and I sure would not mind going back there again for this – and the next time around, I would opt for the flat noodles, of course!

We also ordered the soup (RM5.00)…

Soup

…which was very nice with lots of minced meat, intestines…and this was the first time I had such big ones…and pork skin – yes, just the skin (and they say that has high collagen content), no fat! I wish there was liver too though but unfortunately, there was none.

They do not have an extensive menu – just these and lor mee and kueh chap…and porridge…but when we were there around 10.30 that morning, I heard somebody at the next table ordering the latter but it was already sold out. Hmmm…it must be really nice seeing that they had run out of it so quickly!

For the uninitiated who are not familiar with this place and do not have the slightest clue where it is, this shop is located in the second block of the row of shops in Delta Estate, along Lorong Delta 10 (2.307781,111.825128) – the back of the shops faces the (inward) side of the public swimming pool.