This halal cafe at IMM has always been busy, from several years ago until now.
The variety of dishes leaves you spoilt for choice and the taste is very good.
Most recently, we tried the Penang Fried Kway Teow and Nasi Goreng.
The Fried Kway Teow contained chicken sausage, fish cake, bean sprouts, vegetable and egg. It was not spicy, as requested.
The Nasi Goreng was fried with vegetables, egg and anchovies. It came with a piece of fried chicken as well.
Although both dishes tasted very good, the portions were really small.
When compared with visits in the past, this time, there seemed to be quite a big difference.
Based on the small portion, the price did not seem to be very reasonable, though.
The service was fast and friendly. However I will think twice about what I order the next time.
Penanag Kway Teow