Thinking about it makes me droll. Especially when you add chili padi with soy sauce to it. Damn! Tasty!
Just like any other fried tang hoon. Nothing special in terms of taste or cooking style.
I think this cost around RM5 or RM5.50. Can't remember. Anyways, I like how crunchy it is. It's like eating watan ho. Only with a different kind of noodle.
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