This is one of my favourite dish from this stall as the price is simply cheap and it is also quite delicious as well. The orange bee hoon is very smooth and also quite chewy. The sweet, spicy and sour gravy certainly is very appetitizing and the generous amount of beancurds and beansprouts added in it are also very fresh and goes well with the bee hoon as well. great to have it on all days.
i da bao the malay food from the muslim stall. The muslim food here is indeed reasonably priced and the portion is relatively large. I ordered their mee rebus. They gave a lot of the yellow noodles so when you finish it up, it was so filling. The gravy is very thick and sweet, went really well with the noodles. They gave a full hard boil egg, some places, they only give half an egg. they were generous with the tau gay too, a lot of crunchy and sweet tau gay. made the dish even sweeter.
i ordered the mee rebus from this stall. The price was really reasonable and the portion was pretty large. The yellow noodles were cooked perfectly, it did not stick to my teeth. The gravy of the mee rebus was very thick and sweetish, however it is not too sweet unlike other stalls where you drink the gravy and it makes you wanna gulp down water. The amount of ingredients they added into the dish was quite generous, there were a lot of bean sprouts. The bean sprouts were not overcooked and it maintained its crunchiness.
I ordered a bowl of mee soto which costs $2.50. The magic of the mee soto lies in the special gravy which is irresistably savory and spicy. Some people have commented that the gravy is too sweet for their liking but I feel that, together with the fantastic sambal chilli, the gravy is certainly the best that I have tasted so far.
If you are a fan of mee soto, you must not miss Inspirasi mee soto that is not only outstanding but value for money.
Not only does this Malay stall sells the signature malay dishes and nasi lemak here,they also have mee siam, mee robus and mee goreng available here as well. My personal favourite will be their mee siam, which the gravy is really thick, sweet and not too spicy.The orange bee hoon used are really chewy and blend in well with the sour gravy. Even though the ingredients topped on it may be simple, which includes cubes fried beantcurd pockets, beansprouts and one whole sliced egg, but these ingredients just really goes well for this dish which is simply just simple and yet really delicious!
i could not decide what to have so lunch so I headed to the muslim stall at limbang food court. I ordered their nasi padang. After waiting at the stall for sometime, someone finally came to tend to me. I ordered a chicken breast, long bean with toufu and petai with ikan bilis. All in all the shop keeper chargers me $4. When I paid for the food that time, I thought it was quite worth it, but when I got home and opened the packet, it was not really worth it. the amount of long bean and ikan bilis the shop keeper took was so little. Only the chicken was rather big piece. The chicken gravy was nice though, very sweet. but it was very spicy. They did give a lot of rice, too much until I could not finish.
Brought a plate of Nasi Lemak for breakfast. This Nasi Lemak includes egg, archar, chicken wing and cucumber. Firstly, the egg was overcooked as the side of the egg was a bit hard to chew and was a bit oily as well. As for the archar, it include slice chilli, carrot and cucumber. The taste was acceptable, but the refreshing level was not sufficient and can be improve. As for the chicken wing, it was well deep fried, crispy skin, not oily, seasoning of the batter was just right, not too salty. Lastly, the Nasi Lemak rice was well cooked, has a nice aroma of mixture of coconut milk and pandan leaves.