To cut short the long discussion including with the waiter, we then called for steamed dim sum, loh mee, ice sirap bandung cincau and nasi goreng seafood. In a jiffy arrived the dim sum accompanied with chilli sauce atop the brown sauce. Not too bad this appetizer, fresh prawn tucked in wanton skin and eaten after "dip-dip" in the sweet-spicy mixed sauces.
Almost overspilling with thick yellow noodles, various types of seafood, veggies, topped with fried shallots and in a thick broth, the loh mee was tasty. However, sort of a mumbo-jumbo, anything can go into the dish perhaps the chef's philosophy for the hearty portion and paired with the same chilli sauce which was salty whereas the sirap bandung cincau, a likeable drink.
Similar to the loh mee, over generous amount of prawns, fish balls and fish cakes, fried with rice, egg and soy sauce "Nasi Goreng Seafood"and paired with birds eye chillies in soy sauce. Taste-wise, acceptable. Half-half almost polished off this dish and drank up the Hot Milo Kosong.
Mohd Chan is the place for reasonably priced big portions of food (RM26.00). The meal was overall okay but slim the chance of us returning again. Sad to say not our kind of food.
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