Ming Yang Restaurant is your typical Chinese coffeeshop with various stalls selling all sorts of dishes.
My parents like eating at this place but I hate eating at this place. Although they have many stalls, none of them serve tasty food.
Until Penang Curry Rice came along!
Penang Curry Rice is a small stall with various dishes to choose. It’s like economic rice but with a focus on curry.
My personal favourites would be their curry potatoes and petai. Their potatoes are cooked till soft whereas their curry is not spicy (to me).
Penang Curry Rice is only open at night and opens till late.
Parking may be a problem. There’s an open parking opposite Ming Yang. It is RM2 per entry.
I’ve never been a big fan of Chinese fish head noodles. However, after trying the fish head noodles served at Restaurant Ah Soon Fish Head Mee @ Kuchai Lama, I’m now a big fan of it. Other than fish head noodles, they also serve other variants e.g. prawns and fish balls. Notwithstanding the aforesaid, this review would only be on the fish head noodles.
It comes in a big bowl with generous pieces of fish meat, fish ball and ham choi (salty vegetable). To me, the highlight would be the soup itself which lead the xes.cx makan team draining the entire bowl of soup.
The vermicelli are specially made by the restaurant owner which I admit is quite tasty. There are no other types of noodles served in this restaurant other than their own vermicelli.
However, the drinks served at this restaurant is crappy. Avoid ordering custom made drinks e.g. English tea and stick to Chinese tea or 100 Plus (if you decide to order Coca-cola, make sure it comes in a can).
Location : 46, Jalan Kuchai Maju 9, Off Jalan Kuchai Lama, 58200 Kuala Lumpur
VenusDines : Win Soon Cafe (Fish Head Noodles) – non-halal