I made a Chinese-style snack fast food restaurant. The mouse noodles inside are delicious, and the noodles are also ok. The overall satisfaction is relatively good, the price is very affordable, and they are all Chinese, so it is easier to communicate.
The tastes were average. The service was very poor. Waited for almost an hour and asked the waiter was impatient. Will not go again.
In the so-called Chinatown, which is similar to the Western Food Street in Hong Kong, are selling small goods and fake goods, snack places. It's really bad to try the mouse powder recommended by bee friends, but the Malay scenery (fried macaroni) and salmon are good. The price is also appropriate!
The taste is really good, just in the Cichang Street, just at a crossroads, the people who eat really many, and also distributed quite a lot, when eating Jinlianji opposite to buy a winter melon drink is absolutely matched, the price is generally around 10~25, the price is also appropriate!
Nothing special. The food in Malaysia is so-so in general.
There are Hokkien fried noodles, this place has this kind of noodles and more. They used to be on the opposite side, under Zinc Street, which was open. Fried thick egg yolk noodles with black bean sauce is KL's original, and it is now popular all over the world-including Melbourne and Sydney, as well as KL, and the noodles here are more excellent. !
[Eat small grains of salt all over Southeast Asia] Jinlianji ~ It’s hard to find some restaurants in mid valley. The signature Hokkien noodles, fried rice with longan milk smoothie Similar to Hokkien Mee, it’s a bit salty and not too accustomed to eating. The best is the egg fried rice. The rice is soft and not hard. The longan milk smoothie is delicious. !