This is a typical ‘coffee shop’ in Dengkil. Plastic/laminate tables and plastic chairs cooled by oscillating ceiling fans. Nothing fancy; just a simple ‘every day’ place to get a meal.
We ordered the house specialty ‘Sang Har Meen’; roughly translates into Fresh Prawn Noodles. The prawns were fresh & large; maybe slightly over cooked. The gravy was very tasty and together with the egg noodles and prawns made the dish delicious.
We ordered ‘Chun Kuen’ which are deep-fried spring rolls. The filling of minced pork was well marinated and the spring rolls were crispy and mouth-watering.
Service was warm and friendly. There is still a small village vibe where everyone was your friend and the conversations felt comfortable and familiar.
Go before peak hours if possible. This place is really packed during lunch hours. Their usual operating hours are 10.30am to about 3pm so expect huge crowds and long waits from 12pm to 2pm on most days.
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