Jalan Perak – Ang Hoay Lor branch

Ang Hoay Lor which is one of the better known Hokkien foods restaurant has opened a branch in Jalan Perak, just across the Army Camp. It is located in the open, i.e. in makeshift zinc roof shelter next to the Senior Citizen Clubs (or something like that). One of the original owner is there but you must be prepared to wait for a mighty looooong time for your foods.

fried kangkong with sambal and prawns
(kangkong belacan with prawns)

My children waited till they grumble of not going there again, ever. So, when foods were finally served, it seems to taste nicer. However, I still feel there is something lacking with the branch’s foods. Maybe, this other cook has prefer to use less oil and hence, without the ‘jelak-ness’ of their main restaurant?

prawn fritters

I find these prawn fritters too oily. Anyway, I never like prawn fritters prepared this way.

osyter mee

The oyster mee which we requested for only oysters or else it will come with prawns and fish fillets.

osyter mee

Close up of the oysters.

I have more photos but let me make a second post with that because I am getting hungry looking at these photos. I must go make myself a bowl of instant noodle now.

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6 thoughts on “Jalan Perak – Ang Hoay Lor branch


    (January 1, 2008 - 2:28 am)

    Hi 5xmom, just want to know actually which is the main Ang Hoay Lor? We always frequent the one which located next to a tyre shop (I have no idea what road is it as I’m not local :p). But we found its food quality had fall over the years, the last time we went, the Oh-Chien was burnt & not edible. =_=

    Steven Goh

    (January 2, 2008 - 1:21 am)

    Oh, so hungry it’s 1:16am now where to get makan. See your blog liao also lau nua. Btw, I am your one of your fans. Can I add your blog to my facebook group? I know lately you are so worry about PR thinggy if nogo please let me know and I will remove that.


    (January 2, 2008 - 10:50 am)

    it’s been awhile or years that I didn’t visit ang hoay lor… by looking at those oysters noodles does make me hungry now… 🙂

    Steven Goh

    (January 2, 2008 - 8:25 pm)

    Dan, this is the supernova symptom. Once a business quite success they will feel that they are at the top and having you or not, does not making any different to them.


    (January 5, 2008 - 8:27 am)

    Wow that does look beautiful…I think I will start cooking this now.

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