Established since 1991, this short food street is sparsely populated due to its relatively obscure location between the Kelana Jaya and Taman Bahagia LRT stations. A current total of seven stalls easily satiate the locals with porridge, prawn noodles, ais kacang and mamak offerings. Garnering the longest queue, however, is the mother-and-son stall near the end that sells vegetarian mee jawa, assam laksa, mee diao and an assortment of Chinese delicacies like steamed and fried guan chiang (bean curd roll), vegetarian dumplings, red bean soup and barley wheat tong sui.
|Venue name:||SS2 food street|
|Opening hours:||Most stalls operate from 7pm onwards|