My sister has been bugging me to go try this "Chow Pek Kuih" at Restaurant Aik Yuen. So for the love of good food, I went on one Sunday night.
I was told "it's just behind Tawakal Hospital". What seemed to be pretty straight forward was indeed scary as I had to turn into some dark alley before seeing a bringly litted food stall with many people.
I was amazed.
For starters, we were recommended the fresh fish cake. Not too bad.
Then came the much publicised "Chow Pek Kiuh" - merely made of flour, sliced thinly about the length of your thumb, cooked in black sauce. I did not like it but it cannot be wrong as every table ordered.
Caution: Eat while hot, or else you would be eating rubber.
Next was "Chow La La". Nothing great, I prefer the one at Sea Park (have not blogged about it yet).
Then came "Fokkien Mee".
The home made chilli paste was-to-die-for. This goes well with any dish.
Overall, there was nothing much to shout about the food here. If you are curious about how famous the "Chow Pek Kiuh" is, drive to Hospital Tawakal in KL, turn right into a dark narrow alley after 7-Eleven.