Restoran Chuan Hupp
25G Jalan Wawasan 2/10, Taman Wawasan
(Coordinates: 3.145811, 101.766265)
We’re back! It’s been two whole months since we’ve been here and we sure miss this place, and it is fast becoming our default Chinese food court.
|something about the colour green whets our appetites|
|we miss this place|
Brendan (surprise, surprise) ordered the Char Kuey Teow (Stir-Fried Rice Cake Strips); Cat tried the Kung Fu (Cantonese) Stir Fried Yee Mee (chewy noodles made from wheat flour and egg or lye-water) while I ordered the usual Beef Soup with Kuey Teow. It turned out to be a rare occasion where we did not consume rice all day.
|recently discovered stall|
|Brendan's char kuey teow|
|best he's had (says he)|
|my favourite stall|
|the reason we came here|
|she looks happy!|
|Cat's delectable yee mee|
|obviously eager to dig in|
Brendan who doesn’t usually deviate from his craving for Pan Mee quite enjoyed his Char Kuey Teow and declared it to be one of the best his ever had. I sampled Cat’s Yee Mee and we both whole-heartedly agreed that it was simply delicious. What about the Beef Soup you ask? No words needed for the dish that gave us reason to make our way here in the first place.
And the damage? It came to an incredibly easy on the pocket total of RM19.90 which includes herbal tea all round. Does this food court represent the everyday food for the everyday man? All together now… heck yeah!