One of my colleague introduced a bunch of us to this place, Bee Connection, for lunch a couple of months back. One of us is a HUGE fan of chu cheung fun (rice rolls) did not hesitate to say yes when we asked what is their specialty. Funny, I have walked passed here countless time but it never caught my eyes that they have a few varieties of chu cheung fun and so many variations of honey drinks. Well, it was not too late... for a sweet gem have been found amongst the IT stuff in Plaza Low Yat.
On separate occasions, I've tried their Sambal Belacan and Sweet and Spicy versions. The Sambal Belacan is topped with dry sambal, pounded dried shrimps and some sesame seeds. The sambal is not overly spicy but pretty tasty. I find the combi a bit on the dry side but overall, it's still palatable. The Sweet and Spicy style is served in a soy bean paste sauce and chilli sauce, topped with pounded dried shrimps and some sesame seeds. I liked this one a lot, especially after helping myself to my colleague's pickled green chillies that came with the original version. The sweet sauce is not cloying and went absolutely well with the silky smooth rice rolls.
Aside from chu cheung fun, you can order some side dishes such as deep fried beancurd, fu chuk, wantan and fishball. Fried upon order, they came very hot and crispy. The fishpaste is fresh and bouncy, very well received indeed.
The star of this place is of course - honey drinks, nope, not the usual water mixed with honey concoction but a whole lot of different mixes and concoctions ranging from cold to hot. I simply loved their Passionfruit with Honey with bits of passionfruits seeds to crunch on. Otherwise a Lime Fruit Squash will definitely quench your throat after some serious shopping upstairs.
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Lot LG 4 & 5,
LG FloorPlaza Low Yat
No 7, Jalan Bukit Bintang
55100 Kuala Lumpur
Tel : 603-2143 2636
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