It was a really hot afternoon, and the cafe was filled with lunch-goers on a Saturday.
The interior was just simple, like what you would typically see in a Chinese coffee shop.
Their menu was simple and the pictorial style in a one-page card helped us to decide faster on our choices =)
Chicken Curry noodles (I think it was priced at RM5++, can't remember the exact price)
The curry was quite rich and the serving of the chicken was rather generous in the portion as well.
The noodle used was the egg noodles used for wantan mee; in fact, I think this is a innovation of the conventional wantan mee.
The noodles came with a bowl of dumpling soup as well.
Homemade Cuttlefishballs with mee hoon in soup
The cuttlefishballs were really good; it was just springy and chewy. You could even sense the hint of real cuttlefish used in the making. It was one of the best I've tried!
A plus point is; the cuttlefishballs were also really fresh! =)
We were also spoiled for choices in terms of the drinks and beverages menu; but as it was such a hot weather, we opted for all the cooling drinks.
Good ol' herbal grass jelly with ice
Gingko nuts with beancurd sheets in soup
Prices range from RM1-3 for drinks and RM4-7 for noodles, etc.
I wouldn't mind coming back here again; it's located along the row of shophouses behind Taylor's College, I think some of you may have even been here before me;)