It was a Saturday evening and time for a dinner, there was no food @ home and there were only 3 of us at home. I decided to take the 2 young ones to Jalan Pahang (near Tawakal Hospital) for some fried noodles.
|The boys find the place interesting with lot of customers and sitting at the road sides. A typical Malaysian street food scene.|
We anticipated that our Hokkien mee would come out late and we "taupau" / pack a Mee Goreng fried by an Indian lady at a nearby stall. We reckoned it has to be good cos it's not being fried by any foreigner like a Myanmar but by an Indian lady. Truly the mee goreng was lovely. We were satisfied with her fried noodle.
Delicious fried (saito) fish cake with golden skin and bouncy bites.
Cantonese Fried Noodle was also yummy.
The only thing you dislike about place is the cleanliness, waiting attitude and cook smoking while at the woks. I would suggest that you just close one eye and enjoy the food like we do.
|The Hokkien mee was undeniably awesome and everyone of us like the taste of the Hokkien Mee even though the fried noodle came pretty late.|
Restoran Aik Yuen
Off Jalan Pahang Barat,
53000 Kuala Lumpur.