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Early Sunday morning and do not know where to head for breakfast. After take a drive around for 15 minutes then my friend come accross this place and saw, eh eh, try this stall, it was one of the stall that I used to eat during college times which is pretty famous. Then I agree since I have never tried this. Bridge Head Hokkien Mee & Loh Mee

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After Google up a few article only came across to know that this Hokkien Mee stall is actually quite authentic in taste as the recipe had pass down from previous generation. The family had started selling since 1963 by the Lau family and currently, its 2nd generation that  selling at the moment..

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The stall is located at a very obvious junction if you are taking the Jelutong Expressway exit towards Prangin Mall, its a pre-war building right at the corner of the traffic light that you can see people actually sitting there and eat.

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It had been a while since I had my last bowl of Loh Mee, and to say that Penang Loh Mee and KL Loh Mee is pretty different as Penang version is black starchy gooey soup base they have. To make the taste even better you have to add in special garlic sauce that every loh mee stall created for themselves and this stall had make it quite strong in taste as you just add abit and some of the chili would be perfect.

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Next we order another bowl of Hokkien Mee to share and I add in Pork Ribs. Soup base is rich in flavour as you can taste it with pork bone and prawn heads they have cook for quite a while. A pretty decent bowl of breakfast to go after.

I still say, I prefer other stalls.  No harm to try this out .. 😉

*NON-HALAL 

-= Ka Ching =-

Food Rating 6.5/10,  not bad laahh, worth a try~-Stamped-

–Warning– This is based on my individual taste. Try it at your own risk-

Location:
Juntion Lebuh Pantai, Gat Jalan Perangin.

Open: 7am-5pm

Close: Every Mondays and Tuesdays
(You can add fish balls, eggs, meats, prawns, pork ribs)


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If you walk on Bukit Bintang area, you will notice that Middle East Food is starting to mushroom around the area that we had drawn quite a lot of crowd from Middle East to our country. One of my favorite restaurant Al Amar that we previously dine in (click here) had now expended to one of a famous landmark in the area with Al Amar Express sited right in front of Fahrenheit88.

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If you drive or walk pass, you cant help but to notice this big black steel dim with red backlight signage infront of the reestaurant.

Usually with the word express, we do expect something smaller from their restaurant, yet this certainly surprise us by having the whole big lot more like a restaurant.

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A few areas can be seated which is this section is at the back of the restaurant filled with comfy sofa’s and main purpose is more on Shisha.

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Then they have their crew located in their open concept kitchen where you can see their hygiene.

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Indoor area

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The difference between their main restaurant and Al-Amar Express is the menu that here focus more on light food and finger food.  . . .

Tai Zhi Heen now had refurbish to  a new look with not just only that, they did a little changes to their ala cart menu to bring new touch in both interior design and also food. With their previous launch on the restaurant (click here) here comes now a proper touch of their new menu.

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A roast peking duck that just roasted pipping hot from the oven with the skin so shinning and when I was capturing this, I was swallowing my saliva with its aromatic smell that hard to resist.

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When this lady cut on the duck skin, you can just hear the cracking sound of it, it means so fresh   and I just wish that I could steal one slice to put into my mouth first.

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This is how proffessional this lady cut on the skin, with pure skin that have not much fats that stick along.

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