Sunday, May 28, 2017

Lean's

Red Bean (RM5)

We came here after at dining at Goon Wah which turned out to be a mess (expensive meal, terrible service, and we did not want to order more so we left - Goon Wah, not Lean's). Which turned out to be a good choice.

Barley Gingko (RM5.50)

Their tong sui is slightly pricier - you'll notice that you pay only around RM2-3 or so by the street but you're paying a lot more here. It's basically like home cooked tong sui. Barley and gingko came with loads of gingko, so they deliver not just quality, it also fetches the value.

Mak Chuk (RM5)

It's more expensive but I felt it was worth paying for - all tong sui I've tried are all rich and thick. It's not some diluted craap you pay for a cheaper price. I don't normally take Mak Chuk but it was surprisingly good. It was so thick i had to share this bowl, can't finish it by myself.

Chee Cheong Fun (RM6)

After being cheated by Goon Wah, I thought this RM6 noodles was much more worth paying than what we had in Goon Wah.

Likes: A little pricier but it's worth paying for. Plenty of choices
Dislikes: Plenty choices.. but almost every visit they run out of things I want to order, could probably work on that since they provided choices they should have it ready

Lean's Cafe  
78, Jalan SS 22/25
Petaling Jaya
47400 Selangor
Malaysia
+6012.652.0996
Opening Hours
Daily 10.30am - 10.30pm
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