Charcoal stove Hokkien Mee

sign29 January 2011

While still hot on the topic my all time favourite hokkien mee which I actually just tried earlier in the week at Ah Wah at Taman Paramount, I decided to have a second round here near Old Klang Road since I was at a pasar malam nearby. As I was new, I decided to order 1 hokkien mee & 1 fish head mee hoon or yee tau mai. Apart from the usual hokkien mee & wat tan hor, there are some other side dishes like fried sotong & fish too.

When the food arrived, I definitely could the menufragrant lard & charcoal. Once ate into it, the softness of the noodles was of just right & there were many ingredients like 4 or 5 prawns & pork meat. Unfortunately, the taste was just a tad lacking compared to Ah Wah. Initially I was kind of afraid that the hokkien mee was meant for 2 persons since it came in a big oval plate but was soon comforted as well as delighted that the huge amount was still considered for 1 person’s portion. The fish head mee hoon was fairly tasty & the soup was not too milky, however, there was too little fish meat & i usually prefer to have fried fish. Fortunately, the fish was not large hokkien meefishy, indicating the fish should at least be of certain freshness & quality.

Prices were very reasonable thoughat RM  6 for the hokkien mee, RM 6.50 for the fish head mee hoon & drink at RM 1.30 for leong cha or herbal tea.

1 Jalan Lazat 1/48,
Taman Gembira,
58200 Kuala Lumpur

Opens daily from 4pm to 1am

Environment : Chinese coffee shop
fish head mee hoonService        : 3/5
Taste           : 3/5
Price            : 4/5

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