Last Saturday, we went to one of the finest Char Koay Teow(according to my MIL) in Damansara area. This place is quite small and packed. It was raining that night which makes the ambience is so great since it is an outdoor restaurant.Here it is, Mie Cord at Sungai Penchala.
My MIL and SIL keep saying that this Char Koay Teow is so great. I came up with a big expectation that day aaandd it was okay-lah. It is not fair to compare it with the mouth watering Char Koay Teow that I had back in Jitra, Kedah. This Char Koay Teow is a bit sweet. If it is a little bit spicy, then this Char Koay Teow will be the winner!
At least when I crave for a good Char Koay Teow, I can come to this place. 🙂
You can call me Dian, a housewife living in the middle of hustle bustle of Kuala Lumpur but still cannot forget my own “kampong”, Indonesia. Living for more than 10 years in Malaysia still make me a pempek-lover, bakso addict, gado-gado enthusiasts, and bakmi devotee. Photography and writing are one of the things that keep me sane throughout my day as a devoted housewife.