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Most people have the coffee with either toasts or waffle but in Aisa we like to dip our yaotiao (油条) in the coffee. Slightly savory yaotiao soaked up the sweet coffee. The soften end with the crispy body. Best of both world.KL Wanton MeeThe moment the springy hot noodle touched lard and soy sauce at the bottom of the plate. The smell came forth was incredible. Few slices of red sweet Cha Siew with the savory noodle made the ultimate combo. I just couldn't get sick of such sweet and savory combin
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Most people have the coffee with either toasts or waffle but in Aisa we like to dip our yaotiao (油条) in the coffee. Slightly savory yaotiao soaked up the sweet coffee. The soften end with the crispy body. Best of both world.
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The moment the springy hot noodle touched lard and soy sauce at the bottom of the plate. The smell came forth was incredible. Few slices of red sweet Cha Siew with the savory noodle made the ultimate combo. I just couldn't get sick of such sweet and savory combination. The wanton was good and comforting. 
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was looking a place to have desserts after having dinner at jurong point. and my friends suggested to go msia boleh as they have very nice chendol. it was my first time trying and it is really good! it cost only $2 and it taste heavenly, the coconut milk were very fresh and flavorful. red beans were huge and i personally like the green worm jelly alot. its very comparable to the chendol i have in malaysia. will recommend my friends to come and have this in future
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was looking a place to have desserts after having dinner at jurong point. and my friends suggested to go msia boleh as they have very nice chendol.

it was my first time trying and it is really good! it cost only $2 and it taste heavenly, the coconut milk were very fresh and flavorful. red beans were huge and i personally like the green worm jelly alot. its very comparable to the chendol i have in malaysia. will recommend my friends to come and have this in future
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Addicted to Chinese-style hot pipping bun, I was looking for homely Char Siew Bao. No doubt there were many places selling it, yet it was still hard to find a best one. Situated at the most obvious position, it was the first stall on your right upon entering Malaysia Boleh foodcourt. Small and well-maintained space, the stall appeared in neat and hygiene. Orders were unstoppable, boss was busying to fill up the steam oven repeatedly. Smoky hot while I bought it, softness proved its freshness wi
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Addicted to Chinese-style hot pipping bun, I was looking for homely Char Siew Bao. No doubt there were many places selling it, yet it was still hard to find a best one.
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Situated at the most obvious position, it was the first stall on your right upon entering Malaysia Boleh foodcourt. Small and well-maintained space, the stall appeared in neat and hygiene. Orders were unstoppable, boss was busying to fill up the steam oven repeatedly.
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Smoky hot while I bought it, softness proved its freshness with daily making. Ingredient wrapped inside the skin was juicy sweet, a heavy char-grilled fragrant. Red dot on top was the mark to identify its filling, one of the best selling items. $0.80 for my snack after lunch was fine, little fluffy bun. I was enjoying the delicious Char Siew Bao, decently affordable price too.
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Okay listen up if you have been following me with me review, you will know that I do not like to eat spicy food. However, when I was young my parents often travelled back to Ipoh some sort like a business trip and I would tag along with them. I remembered trying my parent's bowl of laksa, ended up burning my own tongue. Aside from burning my own tongue, the aromatic smell from the laksa was indescribable. Until now, the smell continue to linger in my mind whenever I see laska, be it Singapore's
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Okay listen up if you have been following me with me review, you will know that I do not like to eat spicy food. However, when I was young my parents often travelled back to Ipoh some sort like a business trip and I would tag along with them. I remembered trying my parent's bowl of laksa, ended up burning my own tongue. Aside from burning my own tongue, the aromatic smell from the laksa was indescribable. Until now, the smell continue to linger in my mind whenever I see laska, be it Singapore's style or Malaysia's style. One day, my friend and I decided to head to Malaysia Boleh. I ordered chicken rice and my friend ordered this. It was exactly the same as I saw it many years ago in Malaysia, the smell and the ingredients were almost the same, about 90%. The broth colour with the noodles, totally identical. I tried a spoonful of the broth and I felt like I was back in Ipoh, beside the road tasting the noodles. It was too good to be true, believe me. If you think I am writing for a composition then you have to try it to believe it. The point is, I actually found a bowl of laska that tasted exactly like the bowl I had it in many years ago. Damn, I am going to bring my parents here to try it.
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2014-01-24 306 views
Well-known street food in Malaysia were sold here, it attracted many curious food hunters to visit. Interior décor was old-style in general, neatly arranged by wooden tables and chairs. Crazy lining up during weekends peak lunch hour at almost all the stalls, we could hardly find our seats. Luo Han Guo herbal tea was naturally boiled and chilled with ice, refreshing in summer afternoon. Char Kway Teow was fragrant with luxury two huge prawns given, $4.00 for one person serving. Penang Laksa was
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Well-known street food in Malaysia were sold here, it attracted many curious food hunters to visit. Interior décor was old-style in general, neatly arranged by wooden tables and chairs. Crazy lining up during weekends peak lunch hour at almost all the stalls, we could hardly find our seats.
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Luo Han Guo herbal tea was naturally boiled and chilled with ice, refreshing in summer afternoon. Char Kway Teow was fragrant with luxury two huge prawns given, $4.00 for one person serving. Penang Laksa was relatively smaller portion, only spoon given to scoop up the noodles. Fried stuff was decent and fresh, especially Tofu. Crispy delightful side dish with sweet sauce accompanied, the combination was priced at $6.00. Overall was a scrumptious lunch, two of us were satisfied.
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I always love Malaysia food, so flavorful and full of variety. When Malaysia Food Street opened at the Resort World Sentosa, I went, but it was too far for me. Now that there is another Malaysia food place opened at West, I will certainly be back for more!This is Penang Fried Kway Teow. The queue was always very long, but today, we made up our mind to try it no matter what. Since we had queued for so long, we ordered the biggest portion. There is no 'ham', but lots of tauge and prawns. This is
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I always love Malaysia food, so flavorful and full of variety. When Malaysia Food Street opened at the Resort World Sentosa, I went, but it was too far for me. Now that there is another Malaysia food place opened at West, I will certainly be back for more!

This is Penang Fried Kway Teow. The queue was always very long, but today, we made up our mind to try it no matter what. Since we had queued for so long, we ordered the biggest portion.
There is no 'ham', but lots of tauge and prawns.
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This is Malaysia version of Hokkien Mee, thick noodle was used, and the noodle was stir fried in dark sauce, with lots of lard. It was very fragrant, but certainly not for the health conscious one...
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Lastly, chicken rice, ordered by a friend so didn't get to try it. The chicken looks tender though.
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The place was always crowded, so be prepared to wait for at least 5-10 minutes for your seat. There is no high chair provided too.
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Ordered a plate of wanton noodles for $3.50. The portion was just sufficient and was not too little nor too filling. The gravy was not salty and the thin noodles had a springy texture. It was also well-cooked. The soup had a slight peppery taste which was not overpowering too. The meat was slightly tough but other than that it was alright. Orders were made quickly too.
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Ordered a plate of wanton noodles for $3.50. The portion was just sufficient and was not too little nor too filling. The gravy was not salty and the thin noodles had a springy texture. It was also well-cooked. The soup had a slight peppery taste which was not overpowering too. The meat was slightly tough but other than that it was alright. Orders were made quickly too.
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Yong Ji Penang Char Kway Teow 勇记炒粿条 is situated inside Malaysia Boleh in Jurong Point. There is always a very long queue at this stall. Estimated queuing time is at least minimum 30 mins.So I have decided to test my patience on this stall to see how great is the food to create such a long wait.It is so-called lucky for me, I have waited "only" 35mins for my Penang Char Kway Teow as many impatience customers in front of me walked off during the queue. I have also found that the queue was long was
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Yong Ji Penang Char Kway Teow 勇记炒粿条 is situated inside Malaysia Boleh in Jurong Point. There is always a very long queue at this stall. Estimated queuing time is at least minimum 30 mins.
So I have decided to test my patience on this stall to see how great is the food to create such a long wait.
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It is so-called lucky for me, I have waited "only" 35mins for my Penang Char Kway Teow as many impatience customers in front of me walked off during the queue. I have also found that the queue was long was not due to many people queuing but the waiting time for the food to be cooked took very long thus creating the queue. The are 2 pricing, S$4.00 for a small plate and S$6.00 for a big one.
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I have at last received My S$4.00 Penang Chay Kway Teow after a 35 mins wait. There were many bean sprouts and Chinese leeks in it. The big prawns are very crunchy. The overall taste is disappointing. It tasted very bland and most important there is no "wok hei". The Fried Char Kway Teow is also very oily. Wasted all my effort in queuing!
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Malaysia Boleh is pretty much a food court where they serve various Malaysian dishes. You need to see whether the line out of the store has customers holding a receipt or if they are still holding their wallets cause how you order and pay depends on which stall you order from. Ie. the Wanton noodles store & KL Hokkien Mee, you order first then join the line. The Char Kway Teow store you line up, order, then pay.Penang Laksa was servied hot and it's a small bowl but backed with noodles. I found i
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Malaysia Boleh is pretty much a food court where they serve various Malaysian dishes. You need to see whether the line out of the store has customers holding a receipt or if they are still holding their wallets cause how you order and pay depends on which stall you order from. Ie. the Wanton noodles store & KL Hokkien Mee, you order first then join the line. The Char Kway Teow store you line up, order, then pay.
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Penang Laksa was servied hot and it's a small bowl but backed with noodles. I found it interesting because there was pineapple included in the condiments.
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Penang Char Kway Teow had a really long line but honestly, looking back, it wasn't really worth it. There was no ham (oysters), and it was pretty much a vegetarian char kway teow except with a couple of shrimps. For $4 and the long wait? Not worth it.
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The poor cook who was cooking dish after dish of char kway teow.
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Wanton noodles were chewy and tasty. The char siu was pretty good and rather fatty. The wait was a little bit long but not as long as the char kway teow line.
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Not a huge fan of KL Hokkien Mee as the noodles though dark, didn't have much taste. Also, the noodles seemed overcook and were rather soft.

The facade was a little in tribute to the old days, so I guess you're mainly there for the environment. The cleaners are really quick at cleaning the tables and helping the next customer get settled in.
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Went Jurong Point with my family and decided to have a hawker fare for dinner. We went into this Malaysia Boleh kopitiam.We ordered Prawn Noodle, Penang Laksa and Wu Xiang.The prawn noodles was slightly spicy due to the soup where there was a layer of chilli oil. The soup had more pork rib flavour than prawn flavour. The noodles were Malaysia style, less yellowish taste than Singapore ones. The prawns given were quite small though generous, which was also cut into half.The penang laksa soup was
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Went Jurong Point with my family and decided to have a hawker fare for dinner. We went into this Malaysia Boleh kopitiam.

We ordered Prawn Noodle, Penang Laksa and Wu Xiang.

The prawn noodles was slightly spicy due to the soup where there was a layer of chilli oil. The soup had more pork rib flavour than prawn flavour. The noodles were Malaysia style, less yellowish taste than Singapore ones. The prawns given were quite small though generous, which was also cut into half.

The penang laksa soup was quite sourish and minty taste. There was little prawn paste and fish meat in the soup. The laksa used Bee Tai Mak instead of thick bee hoon. The bee tai mak was quite chewy and springy, it actually went well with the soup.

The Wu Xiang tasted liked our Singapore Wu Xiang. The ingredients were fried fresh and crispy after ordering. The chilli was spicy and powdery. There was also crushed peanuts in the chilli sauce. I would prefer if they added fresh parsley to make the sauce more freshing.

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I've been wanting to check out the food at Malaysia Boleh since it opened during the end of 2012. There are a range of food stores selling Penang Assam Laksa, Bak Kut Teh, KL Hokkien Mee, Fried Oyster, Wanton Mee, Chendol etc. As we were there during dinner time, the queues were very long and it was hard to find seats. I am disappointed with this bowl of wanton mee, which we queued for around 15 to 20 minutes! The noodles were quite tough and the wantons were so little and tiny. The char siew a
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I've been wanting to check out the food at Malaysia Boleh since it opened during the end of 2012. There are a range of food stores selling Penang Assam Laksa, Bak Kut Teh, KL Hokkien Mee, Fried Oyster, Wanton Mee, Chendol etc. As we were there during dinner time, the queues were very long and it was hard to find seats.
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I am disappointed with this bowl of wanton mee, which we queued for around 15 to 20 minutes! The noodles were quite tough and the wantons were so little and tiny. The char siew and sauce was so-so.
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The fried oyster omelette was even more disappointing as it was quite cold when we ate it. Not satisfied, we went to queue for the claypot rice, prawn mee and char kway teow as well. The prawn noodles and char kway teow were so-so as well but the claypot rice was the best out of all!
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Ending off our dinner, we had a bowl of Penang chendol and I felt that the red beans were too overpowering, it basically dominated the whole bowl of chendol. I miss the authentic chendol from Malacca! I also tried the fried durian pancake and was utterly disappointed too! It was very oily and had much more flour than the durian flesh.
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This luo han guo drink is nice though, sweet and very refreshing! Overall, I felt that the food here is very average and it's not worth the price and waiting time!!
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Chicken set $5 inclusive of a bowl of horfun soup (it's actually kway tiao but they call it hor fun). There's a choice of horfun or chicken rice and I chose the hor fun. The non-set costs $3.50. The chicken was tender and I was so glad to see an abundant amount of beansprouts generously placed beside the chicken. It was definitely worth the price of $5 which was not bad for food court price and tasted acceptable too.I was surprised to learn that there is a stall selling noodles for $2 a bowl! Ye
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Chicken set $5 inclusive of a bowl of horfun soup (it's actually kway tiao but they call it hor fun). There's a choice of horfun or chicken rice and I chose the hor fun. The non-set costs $3.50. The chicken was tender and I was so glad to see an abundant amount of beansprouts generously placed beside the chicken. It was definitely worth the price of $5 which was not bad for food court price and tasted acceptable too.
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I was surprised to learn that there is a stall selling noodles for $2 a bowl! Yes, I had a bowl of trishaw noodles at an unbelievable price of $2. There were no ingredients in it though but the soup broth was very flavourful as I could taste dried shrimps in it (instead of the usual dried oysters) and perhaps some m.s.g. The noodles tasted like the flat hokkien noodles except that they were thick like udon. Worth a try since it is so cheap!
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Fried oyster $4This dish is oily and it is not fried crispy like the Singaporean style because they put lesser tapioca flour (and fry it together with 2 eggs). It is however better to eat it this way (for the health-conscious). The oysters were fresh but rather small. There were about 4 oysters in the dish. The portion's quite small too which is just nice for 1 person.Durian fritter $2. It was cold when bought but still tasted nice so I am sure when it is served hot, it will taste much better. T
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Fried oyster $4
This dish is oily and it is not fried crispy like the Singaporean style because they put lesser tapioca flour (and fry it together with 2 eggs). It is however better to eat it this way (for the health-conscious). The oysters were fresh but rather small. There were about 4 oysters in the dish. The portion's quite small too which is just nice for 1 person.
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Durian fritter $2. It was cold when bought but still tasted nice so I am sure when it is served hot, it will taste much better. This is worth a try but it is quite expensive for the size of it. The owner said that the durian is of good quality which justifies the price.
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penang chendolit was quite a satisfying bowl at only $2. they have plenty of red beans and green "flour". the coconut flavour was quite rich and also for the price of $2 in a shopping centre, it is already a price that can almost be matched with that of hawker centres. assam penang laksa $4.00the portion was quite small. the flavour of the soup was quite normal. the ingredients were quite little though. at $4, even at a food court, it looks very expensive as they were quite stingy with the porti
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it was quite a satisfying bowl at only $2. they have plenty of red beans and green "flour". the coconut flavour was quite rich and also for the price of $2 in a shopping centre, it is already a price that can almost be matched with that of hawker centres.
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assam penang laksa $4.00
the portion was quite small. the flavour of the soup was quite normal. the ingredients were quite little though. at $4, even at a food court, it looks very expensive as they were quite stingy with the portion.
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Had dinner here today. It was about 5:45pm, and the crowd was just starting to intensify. I ordered the $5 prawn mee soup. It came with a few slices of meat, prawn, some pork ribs and half an egg. the noodles was a mixture of rice noodles and egg noodles. Tastewise, it was excellent! the soup was robust and flavorful, the portion is reasonable to justify it's price in a shopping centre. Will definitely be back again!P.S. the soup can be refilled for free.
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Had dinner here today. It was about 5:45pm, and the crowd was just starting to intensify. I ordered the $5 prawn mee soup. It came with a few slices of meat, prawn, some pork ribs and half an egg. the noodles was a mixture of rice noodles and egg noodles.

Tastewise, it was excellent! the soup was robust and flavorful, the portion is reasonable to justify it's price in a shopping centre. Will definitely be back again!

P.S. the soup can be refilled for free.
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