This three decades old stall has been passed down and run by the next generation, and it still tastes as good as it used to be! Expect a lot of flavours and sweetness when you're slurping down this bowl of warm soup.Join us on Facebook for latest food updates »
If you liked the KL Chu Yuk Fun (猪肉粉), you will like this one at Sri Nibong Cafe.
We wouldn't say they are the same, but they are somewhat similar, if not better.
Sri Nibong Koay Teow Th'ng
This stall here, uses an enormous amount of pork to prepare their stock before attending to your orders.
Then a lot of minced meats, fish balls, shrimps, fried pork lards and raw egg were added to the soup. It is a mix of all the great flavors, cooked to your order, on the spot.
There are two ways you can enjoy them, either dried or soup version.
For the soup version, you'll get a full bowl of protein filled soup, which tastes very very sweet, along with the silky smooth koay teow (flat rice noodles) inside the soup.
While the dried version still comes paired the soup, but in separated bowl. Their silky smooth koay teow will then be mixed well with pork lards and dark soy sauce.
In either case, we advice you to stir up the soup well so that all the flavors from the pork lards and egg yolk can get mixed up nicely.
Whether you come by in the morning, noon or even evening, do expect to take some time to look for a seat. Although this coffee shop is big enough, but you can imagine the kind of crowds coming for this goodness.
Koay Teow Th'ng (天桥下粿条汤)
Hours: Opens daily 6:30am - 3pm, 7pm - 10pm, close on Monday