We went to Tiong Hua market this morning as we heard you can find many hawkers' food served there. Parking is hard to find but lucky for us, we managed to find one within a minute.
The ground floor of the market serves as a wet market, while first floor is hawker food market. We went straight to first floor and hunt for food. We saw this hawker stall with catchy sign and banner. So many choices to choose from.
I tried its kueh chap (RM4.00). Many ingredients in my bowl, but I do not like the taste of the soup which is more peppery and sweet. Taste more like beef soup than kueh chap soup, which is supposed to be salty.
Hubby had its beef fried noodle (RM3.50). Tasted good enough and the beef is tasty and sweet as I believed they marinated the beef.
My boy has its kampua (RM3.50). Very big portion and he only can ate almost half of the serving.
That was our breakfast on a Saturday morning.