With a large sign in English that reads ‘Lai Foong Restaurant’ facing the road, you’ll find it hard to miss this decades-old coffee shop. Inside, the hawker-style restaurant consists of a cluster of stalls selling its signature beef noodles (the station is managed by the owner of the place himself), char kuey teow, Penang fried kuok teow and other Chinese favourites.
|Venue name:||Lai Foong Restaurant|
138 Jalan Tun HS Lee
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Been going there since early 80's when the old man was there. Always love the beef noodles. On certain days they have "extra" parts. The soup stock has some seasoning - star aniseed, etc and salted vegetables - unlike some which is plain or heavily seasoned. Nice chilly sauce to go with the noodles. I always asked for "kar lieu" extra ingredients.
FWIW the shop next door is also part of the family. They dish out lovely wantan mee and chicken rice.