Looks can be deceiving, my friends. What appears to be a plate of fetid earthworms is in fact the famous Kuala Lumpur Hokkien Mee. Thick yellow noodles, pork and specks of cabbage sauteed in a dark soya sauce over a charcoal fire. Bits of deep fried pork fat lurk within, setting off a frantic chopstick battle royale that I lose time and again. Dodo brought me to Restoran West Lake to show me how this dish is supposed to taste. For reasons I cannot discern, it's miles better than the wan versions I've tried in Singapore.
You'd probably walk right by this place. It has all the charm of an old motorcycle repair shop.
15 Jalan Sultan