As lively as Dannok gets around 6PM till 8PM almost every night especially weekend, most of the time it’s a quiet town.
For breakfast, one will have a hard time trying to found a shop to eat in. However, if you don’t mind sitting by the road for your breakfast, then you will have plenty of option.
Quite a few stalls selling Koay Chap (粿汁), which is a bit different from what we normally get in Malaysia. Koay Chap is a dish with a special type of noodle. The texture is also different and it’s doest taste a bit like koay teow, but not really so. They are not stingy with the ingredients at all which make it quite a filling bowl of noodle. 6.8/10
I saw one stall selling some pao so I decided to ordered 1. The skin is really soft and taste good too. 6.8/10
Most of the food selling here is quite good as I had tried a few before in the past.
Total Damage: Less than RM10 for 2 person
Operation hours: 8.00AM till 11.30AM (Malaysia Time)