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Tuesday, 19 May 2015

Restaurant Meng Kee Ramen, Glenmarie (revisited)

Hi! Still remember me? I am the lone Tadpole that survived the overfeeding . Yup! I have lost my tail and now roaming free somewhere in Mamarazzi's garden...or not.....

Oh well.....this was a couple of weeks ago.


Papa had to go and collect a Poslaju parcel from Glenmarie after my school ends. Yup...the Poslaju there opens till 8pm on week days

Mamarazzi lazy to cook lo. So decided to have dinner there. Go home can straight take a shower and start  doing my homework .

 
Decided to makan at Restaurant Meng Kee Ramen. Mamarazzi was surprised to see their Menu still have Wan Tan Mee for just RM5. 

She had the soupy version  .


While Papa had the dried version. 


Me? I had the Mince Meat Ramen lo. 

 
One bowl not enough for me. Had to ordered another bowl but this time I ordered the dried version of Wan Tan Mee. Shared with Papa.

While waiting for my Wantan Mee to arrive, I "curi-ed" Mamarazzi's "slurppee" .


This is my private name for the Dumplings. I love to eat the "skin" but not the meat. Nevermind, Mamarazzi settled that for me. She helped me to eat the meat.

Overall, it was a nice dinner and here is the address for the restaurant :-
23, Jalan Juruaudit U1/37, Hicom-Glenmarie Industrial Park, Glenmarie , Shah Alam, Selangor




50 comments:

  1. Both the soupy and the dry look SO good! I remember the tadpoles! Now you must name the survivor! What is a good name for him? Something about being a survivor...

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    1. Good ideas, Ginny. Never thought of that

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  2. I bought ramen, Malaysian made, Vit's...RM6 for 3 little packs inside. Yet to cook. Recipe on the pack - ramen mamak, don't think I will cook it that way.

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    1. Aha...the magic of google. Sure can find recipe

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  3. What a cute tadpole! The food looks delicious!!! :)

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  4. Kam ngam again, I also went to Meng Kee about 2 weeks ago, but we went for the char siew rice.. My colleagues like it very much there, the char siew is very nice..

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    1. Pricey but worth it la. Wah you go so far for lunch ya

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  5. wah one survived from the handful of tadpoles.. and now this frog is roaming freely in Mamarazzi's garden.. Uncle SK wonders if Mamarazzi gives it a kiss, will it become a handsome gentleman?? haha..

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    1. Errrr...kiss h....no thank you..you want? Maybe will turn into pretty princess

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  6. wah, still can get wantan noodles for RM5 in air-conditioned restaurant?? now even in some old style kopitiams also selling at RM5.50 lu.. and Uncle SK saw on FB, one old shop along Jalan Loke Yew even selling 1.5 noodles at RM9.50, one guy tambah some liew then kena charged RM13.50 leh..

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    1. Ya saw your post about that noodle. This one very surprising long since meng kee famous hop ma. Thought they would price a bomb jor but no le

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  7. ooh that one ramen ke?? at first Uncle SK thought it was pan mee, hehe, actually both also quite the same lah horr?? the dry one looks good leh, no wonder Small Kucing kasi hentam habis.. but very funny leh, he only likes the wantan skin and not the meat inside.. next time Mamarazzi can just buy the skin and cook for Small Kucing :p

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    1. Camera punya pasal....lol....looks like pan mee from photo

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  8. I used to have lunch at this restaurant for a bit when I worked in Shah Alam! Nostalgia-nya~~~

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    1. Now they have grown into 3 restaurants lo

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  9. I had wanton mee on Sat, have not post about it yet, hehe...

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  10. The minced meat ramen makes me hungry, kaka...

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  11. I like the skin also..but not the meat ya, hahaha~~~

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  12. Haha! So funny your boy, eating the skin but not the meat. I guess kids are like that.

    I used to eat the egg custard only in egg tarts and my dad will eat the bottom tart bit. Poor him. :)

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    1. Hahaha me too...i also eatthe egg custard only but not the pastry

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  13. Mouthwatering food. I like the meat instead of the skin.

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    1. Then i can share with you. You Take the meat and I take the skin☺

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  14. I prefer the dry version. You so funny, only eat the wanton skin.

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  15. Sedap....is near to the chicken cuisine noodles? The one near to my office sudah tukar nama wor.hahahah

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    1. Yes near chic cuisine there. The other end.

      The one near your office took over by another guy liao. No more nder Chicken Cuisine liao

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  16. Poor tadpole living alone. Tasty dishes to eat...

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    1. Now he is roaming free in the garden

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  17. The mince meat Ramen looks good!

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    1. It tasted very good too. One bowl was not enough for me

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  18. Hehehe sounds just like me! I like to eat the wantan skin too and leave the meat for my husband to finish. hehe or i just leave the meat in the bowl. :D

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    1. Wah looks like am not the only one who love the skin only ya

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  19. Haha. Next time can cook skin only leh, No need to think what to stuff inside. hehe

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  20. All the 3 wanton versions look very good. I know why you like the wanton skin, very slurppee hahaha.

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  21. ah.... love the wanton noodles. It's always tastier in Malaysia!! Aiyo...that tadpole so kesian ..let it grow into a frog first then it will leave for good... muahahaha

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    1. Now grow up liao lo and become a frog jor

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  22. So this Meng Kee not the one famous for the char siu? o.O

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    1. Same owner..now they have 3 restaurants nearby each other. One is the char siew rice, one is the peking duck rice and one is the ramen

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  23. Slurpeee.... that's a new term for me. :)

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    1. hahaha...oyur own terms. Nothing to do with the 7/11 Mr Slurpee ya

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  24. Hahaha. Slurpee. That sounds like something to drink to me

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  25. This Mamarazzi is really a fantasy woman. One moment can blog by purring as Small Kucing and now she can also croak like a tadpole!! Ribit Ribit!

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    1. what talking you la...LOL Nenek kebayan la

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