The good thing about working in central KL is that you get to eat all sorts of food. From the normal ones like chicken rice or laksa, to nasi briyani and maggi goreng, basically you name it, chances are you are able to locate it in central KL.
In every nook and corner, you will bound to discover something new. Like this place that I went today. It’s located in Lorong Yap Kwan Seng and apparently very famous for it’s Sang Har Mee (Fresh Prawn Mee) and goes by the name of ‘Tai Shu Tao” (Big Tree Trunk in English).
As I was there early, the place is still quite empty and I quickly ordered what I want to eat.
To be honest, I was a bit surprised that at some back alley, there’s this big place selling something that is so famous, truly unbelievable, because in order for me to get here, I have to pass by a few hawker stalls along the alley before reaching this big open area where this place is situated.
From where I was seated, I can clearly see that there’s 2 chefs that are doing all the cooking (the 2 person dress in white).
The meal that I ordered was served in a jiffy.
Apologized that I have to order this instead of the famous Sang Har Mee as I can’t eat prawn and this is the next best thing. Apparently their Dry Fried Beef Kway Teow is quite famous too. So maybe I will order that next time.
How would I rate it, I would say quite good although the fried mihun is a bit hard to my liking. They also give you 2 piece of prawn and liver each (only 2 and that’s it). Something not so common when you are eating out nowadays.
The food bill is about RM8.50 with a glass of barley, consider quite pricey but my guess being famous will have it’s price, right?