In the hustle and bustle of Petaling Street, amongst the various peddlers and small stalls, Madras Lane is one of the many interesting eatery lanes in the Petaling Street area. Cutting through the huge parking lot we landed ourselves here try out some the famous curry mee. As we stepped into this busy lane, we’ve kinda anticipate to queue for a table especially on a Sunday morning but were rather surprise to find free tables in a nook. We knew we won’t have chance to try the famous “Madras Lane curry chee cheong fun” (中華巷猪肠粉) by sitting at where we were as the hawkers here are rather petty and notoriously territorial. The stalls have allocated their patrons special seating, differentiate by the colors of the plastic stools, i.e. blue and red. Do make sure you asked before ordering. Parking is abundant however, as there is a large parking lot right behind the stalls, but prepare to pay RM2.50-3.00 per half hour for a parking spot. All in, the food has nothing to shout about and certainly not worth the trouble to come all the way where one can find better ones elsewhere with better and courteous service, but if I happen to be nearby, I MIGHT give it a thought.
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