nope, this ain't Ipoh but it is the next closest thing - aromatic white coffee from the famed Sun Yin Loong in Sunway Damansara
Let's start this week with something simple, local and very affordable. Sigh! I must admit, I am missing Malaysian food a lot - all I get here is risotto, pasta, prosicutto ham, cheese and etc here. If it is nice I don't mind sacrificing rice and etc but some items are so dissapointing.The rainy weather is not helping though as everything is dreary - in fact, I spent the whole afternoon trying to snap pictures in the rain and it got so heavy that I was soaked to the bone.
value-for-monies at RM5.50, fried spaghetti set
Okay, back to local food, which is always the best in my opinion!! I read about this place from ling239's blog and decided to check it one day. Was glad I did as it serves affordable and pretty decent food here. I love the white coffee here, it is the closest thing to the mind-blowing version they serve in their Ipoh oulet probably because they use the same coffee powder.
crack....crunchy intestines to get a normal pork noodles going
The layout of this place is a little weird; 2 shophouses with one being the corner, where one is occupied with tables and chairs, the economy rice people and a few stalls on the corner while the majority of stalls are next door. I've only tried a few places - the Western stall, the supposedly famous Imbi market porridge stall and the curry mee stall. Generally, all were good - the fried spaghetti was al dente and aromatic since fried with herbs. They do a version with luncheon meat or bacon. The porridge place is also good - smooth porridge and noodles topped with very sinful crunchy intestines. I quite like the curry noodles too; topped with roast pork slices just like Ipoh. So, if you are around the area, drop by for great coffee. Flickr set has more also for all of you to see.
Sun Yin Loong
Opposite Pappa & Pak Li Kopitiam