*Headache* when looking at Char Chan Teng’s menu. With over 200 types of snacks, rice dishes, noodles, colourful refreshing drinks and tong sui to choose from, I’m often spoilt for choice.
Finally after scratching head and flipping the menu for countless times, we settled for these:
This is the famous Hong Kong B-boy Cincau (RM6.20). This surprisingly refreshing dessert came with loads of watermelon, honeydew and papaya chunks and finely shredded cincau strips. Will definitely come back for more!
The smooth cincau strips!
This Char Chan Teng offers an extensive range of fruity ice-blended drinks and non-alcoholic cocktails with funky names. This sour plum drink is named as ‘Salty Dog’ (RM 5.90).
To the mains, Char Siew Bao ordered Nissin Noodles in Wooden Bowl (RM10.90) and this big wooden bowl really horrified us. What’s inside? Small portion of Nissin noodles (Hongkie’s Maggie Mee) with a few strands of bok choy and meatballs floating in spicy soup.
I had the Seafood Udon Noodles (RM8.90), I was expecting some fresh seafood to go with the noodles but it only came with preserved veges and processed seafood.
Conclusion: Nothing special about the noodles, maybe I’ll go for the rice dishes and snacks on my next visit when I’m craving for its B-boy cincau on a hot sunny day!
LOCATION: No.2, Jalan SS2/67, Petaling Jaya. (You can't miss it when you are in SS2 area.)