Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Charcoal is used to cook its famous noodles such as Yut Kong Hor and Hokkien Mee.
- < $10
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After you visit this restaurant, you have to bathe when you go back because the charcoal sticks on your hair and body. The tables and chairs are usually covered with charcoal dusts. My friend ordered the yut kong hor and hokkien mee to be shared among us.
It was my first time trying yut kong hor. Raw egg was placed on the noodles to symbolize the moon as yut kong means moonlight. The noodles tasted pretty similar to wat tan hor (kuey tiow basah). Both the yut kong hor and hokkien mee were not bad. They were affordable as well. I think it was below RM20 for both plates of noodles.