Saturday, February 21, 2009

Hawker food near FGA Church, Off Jalan Kuchai Lama, Kuala Lumpur

At night, near the FGA Church, there is a thriving row of hawker stalls doing brisk business with customers dining al fresco and on the five-foot-way of shophouses.

We decided to check out the strip, and hubby decided on the Cao Cao BBQ lamb (RM7.00). I tried it, and it was way too fatty and "smelly" for my taste.

I had the wantan mee (RM4.00), and it was ok, lardy-tasting sauce, springy noodles.

The wantan.
Hubby also had the prawn noodles (RM5.00) for which this place is famous. He rather enjoyed it.
We shared a leng chee kang (RM1.50) which was basically tinned longans mixed with boiled dried longan water (air mata kucing). Nothing to shout about here.

Street Hawker Food, near FGA Church
(Near the intersection of Jalan Kuchai Lama and Old Klang Road)
Jalan Sawi, 58200 Kuala Lumpur.

I would rate this place as a decent hawker area to have a quick bite. 3 bams.

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