Since today is 15th of the lunar 8th month, here are a few more pictures of the vegetarian fare served at Blue Boy Food Centre.
This is how the char kuey teow looks like but this plate is a mixture of kuey teow (flat rice noodles) and yellow noodles. Not very oily and well coated with eggs (if you're a Vegan, please tell them to spare the eggs) with loads of beans sprouts and vegetarian fishcake.
To accompany chee cheung fun (flat rice noodles), there are at least 5 to 6 types of yong tau foo (stuffed beancurd or vegetables, 60 sens a piece) for you to pick, ranging from bitterguord, brinjal, beancurd, foo chuk, meatball, red chillies and ladiesfinger. Best to be topped off with fragrant toasted sesame seeds over the bean and chilli sauce.
I tell you this is the one and only place in Kuala Lumpur so far that serves limau ais/panas (hot/cold calamansi) with three whole limau kasturi (calamansi)!!!! Another time I was there, I found four!!! Usually at the mamak stalls the most is just one or at the best two. Needless to say it's one of the most flavourful limau ais/panas I ever enjoyed.
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