When you think going to Ipoh to drink the original white coffee is too far, then you may consider going to Old Town White Coffee to have a substitute. During my first visit to this kopitiam, I ordered some of most common tea break items.
Instead of going for the white coffee, I ordered the teh (tea). It is a little sweet for me.
Brown colour bread sandwiched with butter in between of the toasted bread.
I also tried this special combination of drink, Orange Juice with Spirulina.
It has orange juice taste but looks green 🙂
After reading the introduction of this fish head noodle house from the newspaper, I asked my colleagues whether they have tried it before. One of them said yes and I asked them to go there for lunch. We went to the Mid Valley’s branch. I can see some lunch crowd when we reached the noodle house.
We chose the most famous one, the fish head noodle. We also tried the fish paste noodle.
Besides the famous fish head noodle, you can find other type of noodles too. I ordered the Yee Mee Fish Paste Noodle with clear soup. You can choose to add milk. The amount of fish paste is quite generous as you can see it in the below picture 🙂
My colleagues tried out their udon with chicken and garoupa fish.
At first glance, you may think it is normal black sauce dry udon but actually it puts chilli oil into the sauce too. So, it tastes a little spicy.
This is how it looks like as a whole combination 🙂
If you are looking for fried noodles, the Fried Seafood Noodle offers you seafood fried with meehoon.
Or you can try out the thick-gravy Fried Kway Teow with Beef.
The simple chee cheung fun with chicken floss (spicy and non spicy type) and sesame spread on top of it makes the plain chee cheung fun tastes good as well. Good try!
The shop is located at the lower ground floor of Lowyat Plaza, Kuala Lumpur, near the CIMB ATM machines under the escalators.
Besides this, they also offers a wide range of yong tau foo and beverages. They are famous of its honey drinks. That’s why it calls Bee’s Connection.