Monday, January 16, 2017
It is not so easy to find good hawker food in Kuala Lumpur as compared to in Ipoh. Anyway, over the weekend, YenLeng and I went to this food court, known as "Restoran New Twenty-Twenty" in Jalan Pandan Indah and found it to be quite acceptable, especially since it's a rare chinese food that open for 24 hours.
(FYI, there are quite a few of these food courts in the area so I'll probably frequent more of the others next time).
Anyway, the first thing I noticed about the place was that it's not clean (quite similar to most of the chinese hawkers place) and the coffee ice here is horrible, just like most of the places in KL. I didn't even bother to take photo of the coffee and it's RM2.30 for a Ice Kopi, totally not worth it.
Here's what I have though...."Ho Fun Ching Tong", or Kuey Teow soup with fish balls.
I don't think it's the best that I had since there are better ones in Ipoh but it's really quite good in comparison to the ones I had in KL so far. It's not too cheap but at about RM6.70, it's really something I don't mind paying for the common food that I missed in KL.
YenLeng ventured into the safe zone for her as she usually eat the Wanton mee...
Not too sure bout it but according to her, it was quite nice...but comes at a slightly more expensive price...about RM8 for this wanton mee...(I forgot to take the wanton in the photo). Not sure if it's worth the money but definitely something that she eats without complaining though.
Will probably explore more of these affordable food courts that taste good in KL.