Sunny M •
06 Nov 2009 • 21 reviews • 0 follower
This café is hidden in a corner of IMM, oh well I'm exaggerating, but you couldn't miss it if you walk past the bakery shop, coupled with a couple of fast food shops in this square on the ground floor.
Although it seems just like a typical halal café serving mixed veg rice, what stands out is one à la carte dish : Penang fried kway teow 炒粿條 (stir-fried ricecake noodles - Wikipedia). The typical black sauce is not used here, so you can really taste them well. The portion is generous for 1 person.
According to the cashier, it's one/the Malay chef who churns out this particular dish. So if you don't see him frying your order, it's not likely to be good, 'cos I have taken this many times and when it's not done by him, it isn't that good.
They don't start so early like all shops in IMM, so only on weekends can you try this from 11 am. Weekdays I believe it's 12 noon.