If you want my suggestion, I always order my ngiu chap with 'mi halus' and put a few drops of 'lada' in it, and order a Cola with ice or Neslo Ping but my they didn't make my neslo ping 'kaw' enough so just go with the Cola with ice to be safe.
I don't know about the other customers but the chef served my ngiu chap with some marrow bones, the stuff that looks like bone but is soft enough to be consumed and is edible. It is quite crunchy as well but I personally didn't like it but I know some of you do.
I paid my meal which includes one Neslo Ping and one bowl of Ngiu Chap for RM13 so I assume that the standard pricing of one Neslo Ping is RM3 so that makes RM10 for the Ngiu Chap. I know it's quite pricey but the meal is definitely worth it if you are a ngiu chap lover. 'Don't believe me just watch' - Mark Ronson (Uptown Funk)
The vendor close the shop at around 3pm so you should hurry up before the place closes.
The downside however, if you are a person with a high standard of living, it is hard to eat here because some customers who go here haven't had the chance to learn the proper courtesy of civilization. They would spit foul things like phlegms and shit into their bowl after they have finished eating. I mean like, your bowl probably have been done the same by previous customers.
Outdoor seating is available by the way. My ratings would be 9/10. It's so good it deserved a 9. In IMDb, there is not much 9 rated movies so it's very rare to get a 9. Here are the directions to reach the spot: Just type the keyword 'Kedai Kopi Nyuk Pau Baru' in Google Maps or probably any other navigation application you have on your smartphone or if you're a classic, old-school type of guy, just use a tangible map and go to this direction:
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