Meaty, fried with just the right amount of flour coating. The light gravy is not too sweet and do not overwhelm the tanginess brought on by the tomato sauce. I can have this at every meal, breakfast even! Can I have it as the only food I eat for the rest of my life? Err.. I’ll tell you after a month of intensive research. Munch munch munch.
Anyway, during our last Saturday brunch, besides THE best dish, Phitoy insisted on these:-
A plate of Stir-fried Kailan with Roasted Pork slices lurking at the back of the delicious porky dish picture. Plain greens would have been better.
Paid RM17 inclusive of 2 plates of white rice and 2 glasses of Chinese Tea.
Location:- Know the location of the Jalan Pudu Post Office opposite the Bomba? This shop is behind the Post Office. Close on Tuesdays.
Oh in my previous post it was Chinese New Year season so the stalls behind the shop towards the wet market was abuzz with all the loud music and garish ornaments. Now, take a leisure stroll to capture some adorable cat food.