Tucked within the restful neighborhood, this 3 Kingdoms restaurant settled at the old shop lots. Since year 2014, they have been serving the Sungai Ara community pleasant bowl of koay teow thng and duck mee sua during the breakfast and lunch hour. Though it may not be the best among we have tried, but it serve as a good place to grab a simple but appeasing meal.
The clear soup from the Koay Teow Thng exhibits the essence from the chicken, a tad of sweet with salt end. It is accompanied by tender chicken slices and fish ball. I would recommend you add in chili padi for another level of enjoyment. The portion is a little small but enough to give you the carbohydrate needed to kick start your day.
We thought their Duck Mee Sua was nicely done too, hearbal soup with the duck and chicken scent from the poultry. When we arrived, their duck drumstick is sold off, so we opted for chicken drumstick.
3 Kingdoms Koay Teow Thng