I know of someone who once threatened to dump the person she was dating over a plate of Chinese mixed rice. Reason being, she felt she was ‘worth more’ than that humble meal. I cannot fathom how people can measure their self worth that way. So ridiculous. :roll:
Chap fan happens to be one of the few things rif and I enjoy eating especially on a weekend. A plate of rice with assorted gravies, Japanese tofu, eggplant and meat can make my day. Even more so when I pay than RM6 for a plate. These days, I’m lucky if I’m charged RM6.50 per plate.
There’s this little stall in Pudu I’ve been patronizing that serves chap fan and fried noodles at night. It was introduced to me by a friend and the braised pork is pretty good here. There’s not much of a selection, but if you’re feeling indulgent for supper, try the freshly fried chicken, braised pork and pork curry.
I didn’t manage to take a picture of the fried chicken I had during my first visit, but here’s a photo of my too-full-to-add-on-food plate last weekend. I had a huge serving of fried noodles, braised pork and vegetables with mixed gravies. This cost me RM7 inclusive of a drink – pretty reasonable considering the amount I took.
Tastewise, the food was simple and hearty. Nothing fantastic, but I like the idea of having this for supper (occasionally). If you’re around the area, keep a lookout for this stall just a few doors away from RHB Bank. It opens from 9pm onwards.
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Food: 5.5/10 (non halal)
Verdict: Not great, but it makes a hearty supper.
Chap Fan Stall
GPS Coordinates: N 3 08.133 E 101 42.929