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Tuesday, 19 March 2013

Restaurant Tiong Hokkien Mee, Damnsara Uptown

 Stumbled upon this restaurant by chance on 20th of last month. Was sleepy. Mamarazzi wanted to have hokkien Mee but doesn't know which one is good around Damansara Uptown. Have been to Damansara hokkien Mee but wanted to try out something new.

Spotted this restaurant and Papa like the look of its chairs. Quite a lot of people eating there too. Should be nice gua.

Fried  Chicken seems to be one of the famous dish here.
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 Ohh...memang sedap....



Then also ordered their famous Hokkien Mee. Wow....the taste really suits us. A lot of crunchy pork lard too.

Single portion cost RM7 but it was worth the price.

After that night we went there a few more times.

 
The second time we went there, we had Hokkien Mee and this Wat Tan Hor.

I love their Wat tan Hor more than the Hokkien Mee.

Ah Mah and Ah Kong also came here too. We saw the worker eating Fried rice. Looks nice but was too full then. Maybe next time.


 Then we came again, Papa wanna try out their Loh Mee. It was okay . The vinegar really have "umph". saw they use Narcissus brand. Must go to the store to look for this brand.


 Mamarazzi tried out their fried rice but did not like it coz it was a bit salty that day.



One our most recent trip, we had this Yau Mak. Very young and fresh

 Tried out their pork soup. Was okay. Would have been nicer if they could add in pork liver.

 Mamarazzi ordered Mun Yee Mee. She loves it.

 In the beginning I was eating my Wat Tan Hor happily.

 My satisfied face...that was until I tasted Mamarazzi's Mun Yee Mee.....I wanted Mun Yee Mee pulak instead of my Wat Tan hor *greedy mode*

I wonder what else is good there....hmm......

Sorry ya....am not sure of the exact address but it's just 2-3 doors away before Yeoh's Bak Kut Teh shop which was in Number 95. ...so this shop should be around number 93 or 91....of ...

Jalan SS21/37,
Damansara Uptown,
47400 Petaling Jaya,
Selangor Darul Ehsan

60 comments:

  1. well the chicken seems really crispy
    just like how i want chicken would be

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  2. for a second i thought that Hokkien Mee was a wormy dish
    ahaha some exotic kind of meals
    but then it turned out to be a scrumptious noodle dish

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    1. lol.....ya...kids will call it worm ....

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  3. now i wonder how many type of noodles
    you guys have

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    1. many types...we were trying them all

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  4. since im not a veggie person i'll stick with the noodles
    haha

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    1. hahaha...must eat more vege. good for digestion

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  5. have a great day and happy blogging small kucing
    take care alwasy and god bless you

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  6. Mamarazzi is sure adventurous to just walk into a random restaurant for dinner without knowing whether the food tastes good or not. Can see from the photos that Small Kucing really loves eating there - the fried chicken and the various noodles. I will give this place a go if I am around that area at night as my spouse loves to eat hokkien mee and I like to eat loh mee.

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    1. Hahaha hentam la...else only eats at famous restaurant then become sien. This one not bad mah. service fast and enviroment comfy. food also good

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  7. HA HA ---being sleepy doesn't keep one from eating, does it?????? Looks like you had a great meal with plenty of options... I'd love the Fried Chicken --although I'd take off the skin (fattening)....

    One of my favorite dishes here is Shrimp Fried Rice.. But --I wouldn't like it if it were too salty either...

    Have a great day.
    Hugs,
    Betsy

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    1. Tummy comes first :p

      Ya plenty of good food in this shop.

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  8. Oooo...have not had Hokkien mee for a long time. Tapao satu...

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    1. tapau not nice. come here eat while it's hot and the lard is crunchy

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  9. The fried chicken and the vegetable look yummy. And the way your son eat the fried chicken is so tempting! :)

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    1. It was very delicious especially the fried chicken

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  10. Can i have the hokkien mee and the chicken wing, lol

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  11. Yum yum! All my favourite noodles! Wat tan hor, Hokkien mee, Loh mee.. drooling already!

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  12. wah, so how many times in total mamarazzi and paparazzi have brought small kucing to this restaurant?? must be very nice lah.. Uncle SK also wanna go try~~

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    1. the hokkien mee (though Uncle SK always like hokkien meehoon more) and the chicken wings are attracting Uncle SK to go there.. the fried chicken looks like they have been well marinated and full of flavors..

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    2. haha!! finally there is something other than koay teow that small kucing likes already!! of course lah, the mun yee mee so much flavorful right?? sure nicer than the wat dan hor.. actually i also like mun yee mee~~

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    3. the pork soup is "bak gao tong" right?? got put liver one meh?? anyway, i don't eat the liver, so plain meat will be nice for me..

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    4. Lost count already how many times...maybe Mamarazzi purposely dont wanna blog about it...the more people know..the more crowded LOL

      If you are in the area then go try out la. Nice...make sure order the fried chic

      Weird la...maybe they have a few sifu there coz days the noodles will be salty. Must be one of the sifu likes to put a lot of salt in the food.

      Not sure what thong is that but the similar soup from another Hokkien mee restaurant have liver one leh

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  13. wah...u all dined there so many times! I love the look of the fried chicken. So crispy. The hokkien mee very black. I love it !

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    1. hahaha ya lor now baru wanna blog about it

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  14. That bowl of loh mee is my favourite, but it was so long I last had it. I couldn't this type of loh mee in my place.

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    1. My two girls would go for Wat Tan Hor and Mun Yee Mee also.

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    2. Mamarazzi not really fond of loh mee but preferred hokkien mee or mun yee mee

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  15. Dumb question: Any pork liver in the Hokkien mee? Very hard to find la Hokkien mee that still add liver...

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    1. Not dumb question....but comes to it...i think no liver...the only one i can find with liver was in Seapark...the corner shop behind KFC

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  16. Oh yes, crunchy lard bits in Hokkien mee make all the difference.

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  17. wow..all these noodles are making my stomach growl!! Didnt have lunch this afternoon...

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  18. This post is loaded with noodles! I likey~~

    All kind of noodles above suit me well, but I will choose that bowl of loh mee as my first choice. Long time didn't have that.

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    1. Hokkien mee with pork lard, hehe, I like that too and I can find it here for RM4.50 :D

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  19. Gosh!!! All of is loved but my fav is the lam mee esp with sambal belacan.

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    1. then if you every in this area then drop by and try out

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  20. Makan makan makan

    How come the small kucing still small size ah? kekeke

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    1. who says same size...you have not seen him two months leh

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  21. You and your family went this restaurant how many times, I wondering? The photo of Small Kucing show the fried chicken is so epic and classic. Hahahaha

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    1. lost count of how many times.... LOL

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  22. Kucing's expression of 'sedap' is very unique la! Haha xD

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    1. I am more interested in the mun yee min!

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    2. yup....memang sedap...but depends one who is cooking

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  23. Damnsara seems to be your fave hunt cause u seem to go there quite often. Food must be good!

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  24. I just went there last week. Wifey told me that it's a new shop! I love their fried chicken soooooooooooooo much! It was so crowded until the service was so slow. When hungry, i cleaned the plates clean of course.

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    1. New shop ka? I didnt know new or what but see a ot of people so hentam and went in. slow ka? so far we went it's quite fast service...hahaha...maybe me more hensem :p

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  25. Marked this down since I read about this at EatDrink KL :P

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  26. I'm hungry looking at your noodles pictures. Will go check it out one day.

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    1. Hope you will enjoy it as much as us

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  27. Oh dear...feel like eating the dark coloured hokkien mee and mun yee meen is my all time fav.

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    1. yummmys.......but you have load of new food to try in shanghai

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