10:00 - 21:00
Mon - Sun
10:00 - 21:00
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This stall serves great Vegetarian 'Zi Char', with lots of choices. My favourites are actually the salad prawn, five spice roll and Tom Yam Fried Rice. Their Salad Prawn is not served like other vegetarian zi char stall, their prawns are in small bites and the salad sauce is served seperately. For $10, there are about 15 piece of bite-sized Prawns and generous amount of salad sauce. The Prawns are crispy on the outer and soft in the inner. The salad sauce goes very well with the prawns. The Five Spice Roll is one of the best dishes. Each roll is $4 and it will be cut into 8-10 pieces. In each five spice roll, there are ingredients like carrot, chestnut and vegetarian meat. Each bite is full of meat and chestnut flavour, outer layer is also very crispy. Normally one Five Spice Roll is not enough. Tom Yam Fried Rice are priced at $3.50, $4.50 and $6. For $4.50, its a rectangle box filled with tom yam rice, peas,, ham and some vegetarian floss. The Tom Yam Paste is not too spicy but is flavourful enough. Peas and hams goes well with the rice as well. The vegetarian floss gives the tom yam fried rice a special flavour, spicy and sour. All in all, spending $18.50 for two is considered cheap for such good food. Definitely worth a try if you're in that vicinity. continue reading
We decided to have Vegetarian food so we decided to order Xing Zhou Bee Hoon, stir fried bee hoon with carrots, cabbages,vegs, bean spouts, spring onion and veg meat. It looks normal but it taste good as it light and not so oily. We also ordered Ipoh Hor Fun, rice noodles on the base, with some vegs fish cake, mushrooms, carrots, bean spouts, vegs and some veg cirspy flaskes together with sauce. It taste good and light too.Both of us think that the foods pretty good and the staff were really very friendly. It nice. continue reading