After breakfast, we took a cab to the Bukit Bintang area to visit some old timer mall for the old time sake. This time we visited Sungai Wang Plaza. It’s a place I frequented a lot for lunch when I was working in Jalan Sultan Ismail.
One thing I remembered about Sungai Wang Plaza is it’s low ceiling. Still the same today.
I had guava for snack from one of the stall in the plaza. A sprinkle of plum powder for extra flavour.
For lunch we had Nasi Biryani with Ikan Kembong. I love the deep fried Mackerel. It’s a staple in my family.
We also had Roti Tisu. Super flaky and greasy with lots of margarine. The roti tisu was also smeared with some kaya (coconut jam) for sweetness. Our meal was RM9 (CAD3).
After finished exploring Sungai Wang Plaza, we went over to Lot 10.
There is something we want to try at the Hutong in Lot 10. When we walked past this stall, all we can hear is the spatula hitting the wok, clang, clang, clang. The Hokkien Mee from this stall was pretty good. It was RM9.45 (CAD3.15). Kim Lian Kee claimed that they were in business since 1927.
Look at that piece of fried pork lark. It’s a must for Hokkien Mee.
Lots of sambal chili to go with the thick noodle. Heaven.
We also shared a bowl of Bubur Chacha for RM4.25 (CAD1.40). It’s sweet dessert coconut soup with taro, yam and sweet potatoes. I wish I can find this easily in Vancouver. It’s hard to make at home as my kids and Ben do not really like sweet stuff.