How Lee Coffee Shop, Kota Kinabalu

In Kota Kinabalu, you will find noodles from different part of town such as Tuaran Mee, Beaufort Mee and now what I am going to introduce to you is the another town's local mee which is known as Tenom Mee. I think I do not have to mention where it is originated. I find that people in KK are really pampered with all kinds of noodle serving to them.
This is Tenom noodle which is slightly disappointing because after our experience with the Beaufort noodle, we brought a pretty high expectation this will be somehow better or at least the same like it. However, to us, it is just another noodle like the wantan mee. Wantan mee taste way better thou. There is the possibility this restaurant doesn't serve the real Tenom noodle or the Tenom noodle is actually looks like this. Well, I only can find out if I make a visit to Tenom.
The tenom noodle is actually substitute with the rice so we have to order some other dishes to accompany with it. So we had a bowl of different types of yong tau fu. Nothing impressive and I just hate cold yong tau fu. I just do not understand why yong tau fu in Kota Kinabalu are served cold. It tastes like an overnight dish.
Curry chicken with full of curry powder taste but no spicy taste at all. Not the type of curry chicken that I like. The owner claimed this is their signature. So I guess nothing else in this restaurant is worth to try for then.
Total Damage: RM63.60 (4 pax)
Ambiance: 3/5
Service: 3/5
Food Serving Speed: Fast
Recommended?: No

How Lee Restaurant
5-26, Lorong Mawas 1,
Jalan Kolam, Taman Foh Sang,
Luyang 88300
Kota Kinabalu
Tel: 016-8391938
Business Hours: 6.00pm - 3.00am (daily)

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