This place is just next to a bridge, thus the term "titi timbul" in its address below:
There was sitting area overlooking the river, but when we got there, it was pitch dark, and we didn't opt to sit near the river for fear of "donating blood" (to the mosquitoes, I mean). We ordered the Mee Udang (literally translated as Prawn Noodles) for 2, but it's malay style, so tomato-soup base was used. The place also offered other zhu-char malay style, but we'll save that for next time. Definitely must try what they are famous for first, rite? All else is secondary :)
The serving size is huge, and it came with 6 super-large prawns...and of course, the bill that came along with it also is high. It set us back by RM 31.60 for this big bowl. I would say it's nothing to shout about if not for the half dozen of huge-sized prawns, which are FRESH! The noddle was kinda soggy, so that was what irked me a tad. Else, it was a good experience.
A close-up pix of the big prawns