Come to this place if you missed the hawker food in Malaysia and Singapore. This is like a coffeshop where there are many replicas of hawker food from Malaysian and Singapore here. They have the best Yin Yong Cha Hor Fun and authenticated by my Malaysian and Singapore friends. The cantonese style wanton noodles is better than good. The Penang favourites of Hokkien Prawn mee (soup) and Penang laksa are also available. I have tried Nasi Lemak, Roti Prata, Cha Kway Teow, Laksa, Fried Hokkien mee, Mee goreng, Chicken rice, Lor Mee and other "Zi Char" fares and they are all acceptable. What else can you ask for when you yearn for local food when away from home. My negative comment would be the deep fried Pork Lard (Zhu Yao Cha) is not great. The crispy and crunchy Lard goes very well with the Yin Yong Cha Hor Fun, Wanton mee and Char Kway Teow. In fact, any noodles and kway teow will not taste the best without the use of Chu Yao Cha. Service is okay and the place is clean and airy. Ask for Sambal belachan if you like you food spicy. They have one of the best sambal belachan around.
Tip - For making great Lard (Chu Yao Zha) is to fry them together with water and a little salt till the water evaporates and then continue to cook at low heat to extract get all the fats out. You will have pork oil for the noodles and crispy and crunchy lard like Chicharon. Never fry them with oil.
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