Kedai Runchit & Sayor Choy Hing

Why is this sundry and vegetable shop a feature on DP? Especially an Eat Review? For one thing, it does make a great cup of coffee. No, no, not the smooth, well roasted and aromatic brew you get at Starbucks but the rough and tumble countryside roast (dark and with a hint of caramel) so it’s bitter, sweetened with condensed milk kinda of taste. Unbeatable on a hot day with ice. While that’s keeping you cool, spice up your meal with curry wild-boar noodles. While it looks like and resembles the classic Wan-Tan noodles, this one’s a lot different. For one thing, a generous helping of curry and not just any curry, this one’s made with wild-boar meat. The crispy fried wantons are also pretty tasty. All in all, lip-smacking goodness!

Looks are deceiving!
Whipping up an order!
Savor this beauty!

Kedai Runchit dan Sayor Choy Hing
Old-Highway 8 (On the way to Raub and Tras from Bentong), Sang Lee Town
On your left, about four hundred meters after the Police station on your right.