A non-vegetarian friend suggested this place because it was one of his favourite places to eat. Specialising in Chinese-Malaysian food, the restaurant doesn’t serve egg or milk, but some drinks do feature honey. During peak hours, it’s hard to get a table, but it’s worth the wait. The menu is so diverse, you might need some time to mull over what you’d like to order.
WHAT TO ORDER: I love the kam heong mock fish rice set, seaweed fried rice and lei cha, a Hakka dish featuring a bright green herbal soup (only available on Tuesday, Friday and Sunday). If you get inspired to cook some plant-based meals for yourself, the walk-in cold storage room at the back of the restaurant offers fresh organic local produce at fair prices.