If you unable to find the table menu at Ah Kok, then look up at the Big Menu on the wall. Sorry, no picture of the items, English and Chinese words available as well as the pricing.
Don’t forget to get a Kopi O after your meal.
Local Kopi “O” is always a signature for the kopitiam in Malaysia.
Yummy, bottom up!
WHen you eat Hokkien Mee, you can always add extra chilli paste
When you order the “Loh Mee” (black noodle), you can try to add a bit of the Garlic paste (White color) to make it taste better
AH KoK HOKKIEN MEE
Normal Hokkien Mee, Big size. If you like Lou Chicken Leg, then you shouldn’t miss it (Picture below). Very tender, soft, tasty.
Famous Ah Kok Hokkien Mee at Raja Uda, Butterworth
RU Char Mee Suah, not bad!
Ah Hook Hokkien Noodle at Raja Uda is one of my favourite. The Hokkien noodle is nice with roasted pork. You can order extra Loh Tahu, Chicken Leg etc. they are ready good. Price is reasonable. But be aware of the MSG. Drink more water after eating.
炸虾姑 Mantis Crab is another kids favourite dish