Little Bentong Street is a new shop opened during MCO. It seems like Hainam foods and drink has been trending and everything related to Hainam flavor is able to garner some good business. With Bentong ‘s element in, this combination has the best of both world.
Unable to dine in so we can only take away to try out their food.
The Menu of Little Bentong Street
Without a doubt, it serves typical coffeeshop foods, suitable for breakfast stuff like coffee, half boiled egg, Hainam kaya toast. Little Bentong Street also serves Bentong yong tau fu, wide range of rice, noodle and drink. They currently have MCO set too.
The food of Little Bentong Street
We brought home their char kueh teow, the staff told us it came with prawn only and no cockles inside, weird.
Also packed their MCO set A of chee cheong fun and yong tau fu. Not forgetting also their iced Hainam coffee.
The char kueh teow was not too bad, just that the wok hei can be stronger.
We went for chee cheong fun with curry gravy, the curry was not too strong, and good combination with all the yong tau fu.
The highlight was the Hainam coffee, it was good, not too sweet and we liked it.
As the store name suggests, Little Bentong Street is also selling Bentong famous taupok/ soy related stuff such as spring roll, taufupok, fuzok, etc. It has to be pre-ordered. We bought some and the filling was solid, good and worth the money.
The environment and price
Proper environment, it is not coffeeshop with various stalls in it. With this we think it is a better place to dine in for Hainam coffee and breakfast, as compared with the nearby famous Thong Kee coffeeshop. Thong Kee tends to get too crowded and too stuffy (and hot) all the time. When dine in is allowed, we will come back to Little Bentong Street for coffee.
The breakfast costed us around RM 25. Reasonable.
Worth returning to Little Bentong Street?
Yes for the wide variety of foods and Hainam coffee.
Little Bentong Street: No 56, Jalan SS 2/24, SS 2, 47300 Petaling Jaya, Selangor