The nicely charred top makes this look absolutely appetising. Pork chop well marinated and fried rice very tasty. No jelak after effect.
The same can't be said for the similar dish at a restaurant in Sunnybank Plaza....
Combination eggy sauce kway teow (broad rice noodles)
Every now and then I crave for wat tan hor (eggy sauce kway teow), this is the best I have had in a while, long long while. Full of wok hei with tender beef and seafood and runny egg. My ultimate comfort food.
The best is still the one I had in KL in this place called 'Under a Big Tree Tai Chow' translated directly from Chinese (address unknown). I have no idea of its English name. There is also a stall run by the owner's son directly opposite, offering exactly the same dishes.
Service is brisk, though my order of kway teow took a while to come. Big King had finished his rice while the kway teow still no sign.
We appealed to the wait staff and it was quickly rectified.
All the previous staff we encountered were nowhere to be seen. Not a single one. Relief.