虾签汤 - 虾签汤说白了就是煮汤的虾签，乍看之下还以为是板面。还未煮熟的虾签看起来恰似马来式虾饼（Keropok）未油炸前的样子，熟了后，无论是外形还是口感都有着截然不同的体验。
炒虾签 - 炒虾签就好比吉隆坡所吃的炒福建面和卤面的结合体，质感较为湿润但不油腻，吃起来弹性十足，不会太软面，口感味道都是绝佳的。
虾煎 - 蛤煎可说是司空见惯，但是来到这里，既然是以虾为主的餐厅，如果说他们还有虾煎也不足为奇。但是奇怪的是，尽管并不常见，味道上绝不逊于蛤煎，虾味不会太重，反而和鸡蛋的香味混合得非常平均，有着越吃越开胃的快感。
蛤煎 - 蛤属于较为重口味的海鲜，但是这里的蛤完全地融入在蛋香内，所以味道不会太重。尤其是厨师的调味方式，例如加入了蒜和炸葱，配上辣椒，整体味道变得更加出色。
拉利沙 - 拉利沙可说是厨师的得意菜式，因为据说仅此这家可以吃得到。拉利沙的质感属于糊状，有点像是虾肉羹。酱汁里头还藏有肉碎和辣椒，尽管卖相有几分像卤面，但是味道非常独特，口口都是惊喜。
Prawn Stripes Soup - Prawn Stripes Soup is exactly as its name is, a soup made with these homemade prawn stripes, and at first glance you might think it is Pan Mee too. The raw prawn stripes actually resembles the Malay Keropok before they are fried. But after cooking it, the texture and flavour are both unique in its own way.
Stir-fried Prawn Stripes - Stir-fried Prawn Stripes is like the combination of KL's "Fu Jian Mian" and "Loh Mee". The texture is very moist but not too greasy, and the prawn stripes are springy and not too soft, giving it a great texture in your mouth.
He Jian - Oh Jian' is a commonly seen dish, but coming here at Kedai Kopi Lee Teng Hou where prawns and shrimps are the main stars, a different version of the dish using prawns is no wonder at all. But strangely enough, eventhough it is uncommon, it is definitely on par with the 'Oh Jian'. The prawns are not overwhelming the dish, but rather goes very well with the flavours of the eggs, making it a light and appetizing meal.
Oh Jian - Oysters are ingredients that are very heavy on sea flavours, but the ones found here has completely melded with the aroma of the eggs, so it mildens the sea flavour. This is also especially thanks to how the chef has actually seasoned the dish, like using garlic and fried shallots, and further pairing it with chilli that makes the overall dish an outstanding one.
La Li Sha - "La Li Sha" could be said to be one of the chef's specialty dish, and that is why people say that you can only find it here. The texture of "La Li Sha" is quite thick, and is similar to a prawn meat broth. The sauce also contains minced meat and chilli, and eventhough the appearance may look like 'Loh Mee', but the flavours are actually very unique and surprising.