I was served with the winged portion of the roasted chicken, so I could not get a good taste of it, with not much meat on the dish. On the other hand, the barbecued pork and roasted pork are very good. The barbecued pork does not have the usual charred taste to it, and the roasted pork has a crunchy skin. These may not sound very extraordinary, but I am sad to point out that something as simple as this is not usually encountered in the usual stalls in a neighbourhood.
The dish of pork mixture is not served with any sauce, but the chicken was served with a sauce mixture that I believe includes soy sauce and the usual sauce that was served with chicken rice. There is nothing much to say about this, but again this is not what you can always get from the average stall. An additional thing to note on is the vegetable served along with each dish. The onion stalks and sliced cucumbers are fresh, especially for the latter which do not taste soury at all, which is quite rare for me. I dislike the sliced cucumbers from the usual stalls mostly because most of them serve soury cucumbers that are not fresh at all.
All in all, there are 3 things that I am quite satisfied with: the rice, the pork mixture and the side vegetables that were served. The rest are nothing to scream about, but again, the point here is that the average stall is so dissatisfying that makes this shop an above average choice in my mind. The price though is a bit extraordinary - the chicken rice (that's chicken + rice) is RM5.00 and the pork mixture with rice is RM9.00. The meat in the dish is much more than the average stall, so I guess I am not complaining on the price, but do be prepared not to be surprised by the price though.
Suitable for: usual lunch and dinner
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