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Wednesday, 14 January 2015

Kedai Makanan Mun Wah Hokkien Mee, Kuala Lumpur(revisited)



 So far we have "tapau" Hokkien mee from Mun Wah but never really sit down and eaten there before. Mainly due to parking and the restaurant are always full. Hard to get a table.

This round we are lucky . Managed to get a parking spot though night time seems to be "man" by non-authorised person.

Though many people, service was fast. Hokkien Mee portion for two person. Taste....was real good for me. I can;t get enough of it. They even put in liver and intestine which is hard to come by in any hokkien mee nowadays.

 Fried Bihun portion for one person. Loaded with crunchy lards.


The sambal...hmm...okay la...For Mamarazzi she still like the sambal from the Bittergourd hokkien mee place.

Here is the address should you be down town today and wishes to have delicious Hokkien Mee, No 55, Jalan Maharajalela, 50150 Kuala Lumpur.  03-2144-7404



50 comments:

  1. I don't know this place, must go and look up the address. Thanks for sharing this Small Kucing though you are not looking at the camera in your photo here. I never eat those sambal provided so can't tell which ones are good and which aren't.

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    1. ni baru candid camera ma LOL...

      Good or no good depends on individual taste lo. some people like some people might not. Just like I love durian but SK see durian he run 100km...kalah Mak glam .

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  2. Oooh....I love hokkien mee from KL... any stalls better than those in jb and singapore.

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    1. Thank bad? Must be different way of cooking

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  3. Got liver and intestine? Ooooo...I want!!!

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  4. Hear the shop's name already know it's good la, hokkien mee wor.. Who doesn't like hokkien mee rite.. Love it especially wirh lots of chu yau char and nice sambal..

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    1. don't be surprise that there are people out there who doesn't like to eat Hokkien mee.

      One of them used to be Mamarazzi after watching the movie Alien donkey years ago. The noodles looks just like that. Takut that time. But now ok liao

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  5. Looking yummy, especially the Bihun!! So good that you finally got in. So people park in their lot who are not eating there? Here, businesses have signs up saying if you park and are not a customer, you can get towed.

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    1. There are no special parking lot for this restaurant. Have to park at public parking lot

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  6. ah, at first glance this Mun Wah seems to be so familiar but took me a few seconds to recall, cos you know lah there are quite a number of famous Hokkien Mee in town dei~~

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    1. Think you sure to have pass by before la

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  7. Uncle SK used to go there when he was sent by his ex-ex-ex-company to work in the nearby MAA (now Zurich).. the Hokkien Mee there is not cooked upon individual order but by batch.. so please do not be pissed off if you have waited for long and then your Hokkien Mee is served at the same time as other tables who came later.. it depends in your timing, hehe!! :p

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    1. ya..ya....ours just nice timing MUhahahaha

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  8. yeah they have nice Hokkien Mee (Uncle SK prefers meehoon) and also Loh Mee and Ba Gao soup.. these three are probably the most famous dishes of Mun Wah kot?? nice to have the "black and white" combination in the table huh?? hehehehe~~ :p

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    1. eh got also the fried chicken wings leh. we also tapau fried chicken wings. Tarak eat la . tapau for friend but the smell very good

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  9. yummy.... do they use charcoal to fry?

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  10. You had me at "liver and intestine" ROFL

    But really lor, so hard to find these in Hokkien Mee places these days.. :P

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    1. ya lor...kinda hard to find anymore. Maybe coz the intestine very hard to clean la

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  11. I go KL, u bring me go eat, can? So far the one i eat here, only at Jurong Point Malaysia Boleh, so so only...

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  12. Yes, this place is famous for their Hokkien Mee...used to go before they relocated (from the row behind). Haven't been to their new place though...must go one of these days!

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    1. New place ka? duno leh coz many years there alredy it seems. Ya lor nice but parking is a problem lor. Tapau home eat tarak syok pulak

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  13. I like it when the fried noodles goreng hitam hitam. Nice! Hehe. Not hangus la..

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  14. It really amazes me how little I know about the different foods. Thank you so much for sharing, great photos.

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    1. Probably coz we are from different parts of the world. :)

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  15. not a fan of hokkien mee but still eat la...the noodle looks moist and very dark, jst the way i like.

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  16. Aiyo, I love the spare parts and also the crunchy lards!

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  17. *drool* Must be good with liver and intestine and lard! Aiya but places that are hard to find parking are no good for me.

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  18. Ohhh!! Tempting -t crispy lard, liver and intensives.

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  19. You have a cool place here though the food in your post sounds alien to me. I enjoyed going through your blog.

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  20. All this food is making me hungry. I need to go out and eat some food.

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  21. Saw the mee hun got the zhu yok zha is it?? I would like to prefer one just mee hun without the side ingredients, hehe!!

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    1. yes also have. Can also ask them to omit la if you doesn;t take Chu Yau Cha :)

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  22. Wah! So long I didn't eat Hokkien Mee already. Seems like people are now focused on fusion and exotic food now.

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    1. yea...hard to find the authentic ones anymore

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  23. Whenever I ate at the famous Uptown shop, I must order one small plate of fried lard just for myself alone!!!! Serious!

    Anyway my wife no longer protest that I ate the fried lard when a doctor confirmed her reading that the lard helps to prevent knees wearing out. Yum! Yum! Babi!

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    1. yes have ate that before but ate too much till jelak liao. need a change of taste for the moment

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  24. Hokkien mee here suit my taste bud too although my friend commented that sometimes is cooked by foreign worker :P

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    1. ya meh? That day is chinese man cooking wor

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