Aeon Bukit Tinggi, Klang
We also tried their Dry Curry Mee – which came not dry, but with thick curry gravy. And this was served with the usual yellow mee. It tasted like any normal curry chicken with taufu puffs. Again it was very “yellow” in colour – almost like their Yellow Curry Mee, except that this one had taufu puffs instead of wintermelon. Quite mediocre, I would say.
Their toast bread with kaya was miserable. The kaya was just sweet, without any pandan or coconut fragrance.
I tried their Bubur Pulut Hitam. Nothing outstanding about this – it was just a tad not sweet enough and lacked the full-body santan that would have uplifted this simple thong-suey.
Overall, I would say their food is over-rated and not very different from other kopitiam fare. Oh we tried some of their pre-packed nyonya kuehs too – much like any kueh you can get from those carts in the malls.