…was pretty good.
I did go and have a look at the photographs and the menu at his stall…
…but they did not look very alluring so I decided to just order something from the next stall which has been there for a long time now (and the kampua mee stall too).
Well, I was at my favourite fish & seafood stall at the end of the block that morning and I decided to hop over and have a bite…just to give it a try even though I wasn’t all that hungry at the time.
The thing is when you do not have an appetite, nothing would appeal to you and in the end, I just ordered the guy’s char kway teow (RM5.00)…
…quite convinced that it would not be anything to shout about.
I sure am glad to say that the guy managed to prove me wrong! It was very nice, just as what my ex-colleague said, and even though there wasn’t any cockles (see ham) or prawns or lap cheong (Chinese sausage), there was quite a lot of char siew and chives…
The egg was perfectly done, almost! The yolk was runny, just the way I like it but it did not have that fragrant golden fringe that traditionally-fried eggs (using a wok) would have.
I would love to order that again next time but I had a glimpse at the char chu mee (Foochow fried noodles soup) a guy at another table was having and it did look really good. Perhaps I would go for that instead…or something else on their menu.
GRAND WONDERFUL FOOD COURT (2.309601, 111.845163) is located along Jalan Pipit, off Jalan Dr Wong Soon Kai, on your right. You can also go in via Jalan Pipit from Jalan Pahlawan – go straight ahead till you get to it on your left.