What are you looking for?
  • /
  • Posts Tagged "Noodles"

Posts Tagged: Noodles

October 14, 2014

Mee Udang, Pulau Aman

Seafood meals are best eaten with a group of friends, especially when crabs and prawns are involved. There’s just something about peeling prawns and digging into luscious flakes of crab flesh – and it’s somehow tastier when you’re eating in a group. That was what rif and I did when we visited Penang last month. […]

Thaitanic Boat Noodle, The Scott Garden

I vaguely remember eating boat noodles in Bangkok; a bowl of kuay teow in beefy broth, beef slices and meatballs. But I do remember it being larger than the ones that are now making waves in Klang Valley. rif and I stumbled upon a new boat noodle place called Thaitanic in Scott Garden and decided […]

Jalan Imbi Hokkien Mee at Restoran Win Heng Seng

I heard about the Hokkien mee at Imbi Road from several people and have driven past the stall many times when I use that route to head back to Bangsar. The stall doesn’t have a name but it’s located at Win Heng Seng, also known for its (expensive) pork ball noodles during the day. Most […]

Peng Yuan Hokkien Mee, Jalan 222

As a blogger and food lover, I value recommendations from fellow readers as they help the blog grow with more content. When I reviewed the Ah Wah Hokkien Mee in Taman Paramount, I received many recommendations on which were their personal favourites. Peng Yuan was one of them and I’m glad I tried it when I […]

House Of Fishball, Puchong

House of Fishball is a well-known fish paste and noodles joint with several branches in Klang Valley. My first experience was at the Damansara Uptown outlet, quite some time ago. Back then, the food was nothing to shout about so I haven’t been back since. rif and I visited the outlet in Plaza Puchong (said […]

Ah Wah Hokkien Mee at Restaurant Millennium Eight Six, Taman Paramount

I’m often asked by readers, friends and now colleagues – where can they find the best Hokkien mee in Klang Valley? Like street burger and nasi lemak, there is no right or wrong answer. It really depends on individual preference. Some like their Hokkien mee dry, while others want it saucy. But most would agree […]

Flying Wantan Mee, Seapark

Wantan mee isn’t something I crave unlike curry mee. But when there’s good wantan mee, it’s a whole different story. Two of my favourite places for this particular noodle dish is Meng Shiang and Uncle Meng — both in Cheras. We happened to be in Seapark one night, when rif and I decided to give […]

April 28, 2014

Cheong Kee Wantan Mee in Buntong, Ipoh

I learnt of this pretty good wantan mee stall in Buntong (Ipoh) from my brother in-law, who suggested we try it for dinner when rif and I were in Ipoh not too long ago. The stall is located in a residential area and gets quite crowded during peak hours – we waited a good 30 […]

March 13, 2014

Pork Noodles at Restoran Sun Sea, Taman OUG

The porkier or more concentrated the broth, the tastier yet unhealthier it is. At least that’s what I think. It does somewhat makes sense because a murky broth indicates the inclusion of pork bones and spare parts, cooked till the parts disintegrates into the broth. Thick pork broths are what make up some of my […]

Lai Foong Beef Noodles, Kuala Lumpur

Each mouthful was a delight. Thin strips of hor fun, tossed in a mixture of dark soy sauce, shallot oil and pickled vegetables. As I indulged in my large bowl of noodles, the corner of my eye spotted several people waiting for a seat or table to free up, just so they could experience what […]

Related Posts Plugin for WordPress, Blogger...


Enter your email address:

puma red