Now that I’m in the ‘fraid not, exam!’ stage, I often dream of the scene of mamak, flooded with hundreds of people from all races that speaks different language are slurping on the tarik and chowing down the maggi goreng. We are uniquely Malaysian. Mamak is still the place to head when we crave for comfort food.
The jumbo size longan ribena (RM6). It was utterly sweet for my liking in my previous visit here so I opt for a normal teh ice. Wonder if anyone can finish it all alone, imagine half can of longan, syrup and ribena come in a huge pint glass.
Nasi lemak (RM 2.5). The nasi lemak is huge too for the price that we are paying. The rice was hot, fragrant and the sambal was spicy enough for my liking. Overall it is a decent plate of nasi lemak.
Another signature of theirs, stir fried lo shu fan (rat tail noodles). Again, it was huge that my friend is having a hard time to finish it off. This version of the Loh Shi Fun is a dry version and being cooked in light and dark brown soy sauce. It is a somewhat delicious bowl of noodles even though the taste of dark soy sauce is a bit strong.
Triple H (RM 7). The sandwich comes in a layer of three, ham and cheese, chicken chunks, ham and cheese. The outer layer is coated with beaten egg to be pan fried. Not sinful enough? Swipe a layer of Thousand Island dressing over your sandwich. Melting cheese and ham never fail to amaze my tastebud. You will go mmmmmmmmmmmmm just like me.
Even though we came across some disappointing dish, but the extensive menu selection for dinner and supper will lures us back like the sweet siren it is. William’s is near to the old Lim Kok Weng College, looked through all the wooden shacks along Jalan SS26/9, and you can easily spot William’s with the crazy crowd.