First is their normal Hainan Ngiu Chap. It's the typical ngiu chap served with red meat, and meatballs and tendons which are too delicious.
It costs RM9 and I don't know if that is the price with Goods and Services Tax included or not. Well, personally I think the taste for this menu is very usual, like how a ngiu chap should taste like but it's still very tasty.
But, I would like to highlight another menu that sounds very unique, it's like no other and it's called 'ngiu chap laksa'.
This post is going to be a short post because I don't even know how to describe this dish. I mean it's indescribable in a good way. It's too delicious I'd give it a 9 over 10. Although it costs a bit more expensive than the Hainan Ngiu Chap which is RM11 for a bowl of ngiu chap laksa. They have very soft tendons, probably steamed for like 2 days, you can eat it like chewing gum.
The meat is sweet and the taste of the beef really 'fits into your mouth'. 😅😅
The shop opens as early as 6:30am and closes at 2pm. Yeah they close pretty early, I haven't even wake up by the time they close their shop. 😂😂
It's been 3 hours since I consumed this meal and I can still taste the beef in my mouth.......wait there's a meat stuck in between my teeth. Haha
As I mentioned earlier, it is located at Inanam, behind the Cherry Club but I'll give the directions anyway.
I realised that I don't search for foods, I just went to try it after I see http://sabaheats.com posted it in their website. So the credits goes to them, I'm just helping them to actually taste the food and share it to you guys.