What do you look for in a good plate of horfun? For me, the first (and most important) thing I check is how well they've fried the kway teow before it was drenched with the sticky seafood gravy - ie, the noodles must have wok hei. Next, the gravy should have some sweetness from pork and seafood, without being too starchy nor watery. Finally the seafood itself should taste fresh.
So you know I was at JB the past few days, and I stayed at Hilton Doubletree. From there, I drove 30 mins to Bukit Indah just for this plate of horfun, which I recalled was the most amazing horfun I've ever had. However, the owner or chef might have changed... Nevertheless, the char kway teow next door was superb. Will review that soon.