It is a famous stall in Kuala Lumpur’s Chinatown. The mouse noodles made tastes very good, and the taste of the ants on the tree is also delicious. The food on the roadside is a bit too hot, and it is generally quite grounded.
Shengji of Chinatown is said to have been in business for 30 years. It is a gourmet restaurant hidden in a residential area. The proprietress and chef here are Thai, and the methods follow the traditional Thai taste. The spices are also imported from Thailand, which tastes authentic. But in cooking, they have been improved to reduce the spiciness, so the taste will be more suitable for the Chinese taste. It is recommended to try the "Thai Tom Yum Goong Soup". The Tom Yum Goong soup is a large portion, as well as a variety of seafood. The taste is slightly spicy and the soup is sweet and appetizing. It is delicious. "Seafood Fried Gui Diao" is also good, and the price is cheap, cost-effective, it is recommended. If you want to eat authentic Thai food, you can try it here~
There are a lot of diners, and it’s all for the sake of experimentation. The mouse noodles are quite named and look really good. I’m not sure if they will be delicious, but the taste is really good and it’s worth trying, but that kind of yellow noodles is still nothing. Like it, and the meat is sweet. Ribs are delicious
The store opened in 1978, one of Kuala Lumpur's most famous restaurants, the eighty-year-old boss is Chinese, the fellows are also Chinese. Mice powder: choose soft mouse powder, the ingredients and powder are first stir-fry into casserole, then boil enough heat, and then beat an egg on the top, this meal is a good. Mice powder taste soft garlic not sticky teeth, salty, fragrant, overall taste is more heavy lemon chicken: sweet, slightly acid, slightly greasy signposts: the intestine is very crisp, mixed with fried shrimp sweeter, slightly spicy mom honey bone: wrapped in syrup, inside meat slightly garlic, will not be sweet Hong Kong Guolan: crisp mouth and not heavy oil, Taste of fresh sweet Chinese herbal tea: This is arhat tea, which is made by the shop with dried arhats.
This restaurant, which opened in 1978, is one of the most famous restaurants in Kuala Lumpur. The 80-year-old owner is a Chinese, and his staff are all Chinese. Mouse powder: Choose soft mouse powder, stir-fry the ingredients and powder first, then put it in a casserole and cook on a full fire. Finally, beat an egg on it, and the dish is ready. The mouse powder is soft and waxy, not sticky, salty and fragrant, and the overall taste is heavy. Lemon chicken: sweeter, slightly sour, and slightly greasy. Signature raw intestine: the intestines are very crisp, and the fried shrimp is more sweet and slightly spicy. Honey bone: coated with syrup, the meat inside is slightly crispy, not too sweet. Hong Kong kale: crispy and not heavy oil, refreshing and sweet. Tang Chinese herbal tea: this is Luo Han Guo tea, which is homemade by the store’s dried Luo Han Guo
In the guide, I saw that the mouse noodles are quite delicious, so I booked it on Ctrip, and I can get cash back. There were a lot of people when I went there, and there were no seats. It can be seen that the mouse fans are more famous, and there are almost a little on each table. The only drawback is that there is no air conditioning. At first I thought that mouse powder was really related to mice, but then I realized that it was called mouse powder because of its shape and color like the tail of a mouse. The mouse powder in the claypot is sprinkled with minced meat, green onion, and a raw egg. It is really good. Stir it when you eat it. The powder is smooth and has a little sweetness. It's delicious, if you can't get used to it, you should think it's average.