The advantage of reading food blog is to look for food when you’re running out of idea what to have for breakfast, or where to go for breakfast.
I actually read about Food Paradise blogging about this place and told hubby about it. So, we drove all the way to cross the bridge just to have a bowl of this Koay Teow Th’ng.
Well, isn’t that spontaneous per say, I was dragged to get up early for hiking instead. While I was still on sleeping mode, I was dreaming for a steaming hot bowl of soup.
Anyway, early in the morning it was many customers in the shop, but I could still see a few of its regular customers patronizing the stall… what makes me so sure they are regular? Well, from the way they talk to the boss, the way the boss react on their request that could tell it all.
For a first timer like me, we didn’t have anything extra but something ordinary.
The duck meat, fish ball, fish cake, and even the duck liver were nicely blended with the soup and the noodles.
In fact, they have duck intestine, porridge (鴨粥) and also Koay Chiap (粿汁) of which I have not try out personal, and I bet it would be good.
Oh, I didn’t mention how clean and hygiene is the place, didn’t I? It’s clean and the service was absolutely satisfying. At least the person that came and asked us for our order was friendly.
It isn’t a bad idea to get up early for this bowl of nice Duck Meat Koay Teow Th’ng.
No. 113 Lebuh Melayu
Duck Meat Koay Teow Th’ng (鴨肉粿條湯) 6.30am to 11.00am
Duck Porridge, Duck Rice & Koay Chiap (鴨粥, 鴨飯, 粿汁) 11.30am to 3.00pm