I admit, it was a crave. Crave for “char kuey tew”. It happened at a small corner in Mid Valley. In a restaurant that was so little, Little Penang. To be exact it should be on the 1st floor of Mid Valley.
The food came later on. It didn’t disappoint me. Fried with cockles, prawns, crab meat and beansprout, it looked so colourful. The aroma was there, the taste was there and it wasn’t too “wet” or too dry. It was great.
Price was around RM 10 and the service was good. Their assam laksa is pretty good as well.