“Ngau Chap”, which consists of beef ball, briskets and mixed cow parts, is my favourite breakfast. “Ngau Chap” literally translates from Chinese to “cow mixed”. One finds all sort of cow parts in a “Ngau Chap” meal, beef balls, cow intestine, cow tongue, even cow ligament is on offer.
Since I was a young boy, I have heard of this popular “Ngau Chap” kopitiam from Donggongon, Penampang. In the old day one would need to drive through narrow and winding road for about 45 minutes to go from KK to Donggongon, but today with the new highway, travel time has been cut down from 45 minutes to a mere 20 minutes.
Kedai Kopi Loi Hin does offer delicious “Nyau Chap”, one gets a choice of either dry or wet noodles. Both of these cost RM 4.50 each. Note: the sauce that uses to mixed the dry noodle is very yummy here.