|we kid you not!|
|the interior dining area can be stuffy|
|someone's feeling bashful?|
|thick dark juicy Hokkien Mee!|
|Brendan had the char kuey teow|
|fried rice, simply|
|chiak kah pa!|
While the dishes were a bit pricy (RM7 per plate) taste-wise we were not disappointed. All in all including fruit juices all around the total came to a respectable total of RM30, which translates to RM10 per person, the modest going rate for dinner in the Klang Valley these days. The everyday food for the everyday person? Yes, we would agree to that but the more important question is; would we come back? Again, the answer is a reserved affirmative since Sri Petaling is apparently a food haven for Chinese cuisine offering a very wide range of dishes.