Shop's welcome sign
Soy bean grinder
Homemade leong sui
Tip: Order everything at once, including the da bao coz in my experience, ordering the da bao in the middle will cause you to wait a good 10 minutes for the da bao after you've finished eating.
Old-school Coca Cola bottle
Cantonese yin yong
The good thing about this dai chao is the wok taste fires in your mouth and the ingredients are very fresh. Also the gravy for the yin yong is not too starchy and the yummy egg flavor is well-captured. The chef also whips up good fried rice so the colleague waiting in the office will not be disappointed!
How to get there? I will update with better details, but in the meantime, park in Pudu Plaza > exit near the school > cross Jalan Landak, you should see a small roadside stall selling yau char kuay - move along > turn right, the coffeeshop is at the corner of the first building. Good luck!
Update: I recently found out the shop also sells tong sui, so ask the tauke what's on the menu, we tried the red bean and the sesame seed paste. Both were a nice sweet finish to lunch!
Look for Jalan Kancil
Note: The dai chao is open 12-3pm and 6-10pm.