(Coordinates: E101° 43' 25.5" N3° 7' 27.5")
We covered this restaurant some time back. After 'migrating'
to Kuala Lumpur in September 2002 we lived for a time with my sister in Subang
Jaya before finding a condo to rent here in Taman Miharja, so coming back here
every once in a while can be nostalgic. For a while, Brendan used to attend the
kindergarten 'Tadika Intelek' nearby. The roar of the trains (from the LRT
tracks a stone's throw away) was something we eventually were impervious to.
|we rented an apartment here for a couple of years|
|brings back memories|
The restaurant is located at the corner of the intersections
of the main road, Jalan Lombong and the turn off to Taman Miharja, Jalan Bijih.
This and Restoran Miharja
were our default Chinese restaurants when we used to live here. Apart from
these, there are also a slew of Malay, Tom Yam and Mamak stalls as well and
living here we were not spoilt for choice when it came to dining out.
|visible from the main road (Jalan Lombong)|
|you won't miss it|
Coming here, I will always order the 1Curry Mee
Hoon, and there was no exception this occasion as well. Brendan tried the 1Curry
Kuey Teow while Cat ordered her favourite 2Kuey Teow Soup.
1Mee Hoon (string thin rice vermicelli) and Kuey
Teow (flat rice noodles) with spicy curry soup, chili/sambal, coconut milk, and
a choice of dried tofu, cockles, prawns, cuttlefish, chicken, egg and mint
2Flat rice noodles in a soup with minced pork
and/or pork cuts typically made of pork and/or chicken bones and dried squid garnished
with fried minced garlic, thinly sliced scallions and fresh cilantro
|lovely noodles in curry |
|Cat's been having this for ages|
|no introductions needed|
|Brendan's kuey teow curry|
|my mee hoon curry|
|Cat's kuey teow soup|
|bon appetit (hey! wait for me)|
The curried noodles here have never failed to impress me,
and it was no different this time around. The curry is thick, flavourful with
the right amount of salty and sweet; generous portions of chicken cutlets
always warm my heart. Cat enjoyed her Kuey Teow Soup as well; sometime she’s
been having time and again since way back when.
Despite the dishes undergoing a recent price hike the damage
(including a round of the evergreen herbal tea for everyone) came to a mind-bogglingly
low total of only RM21.50! The everyday food for the everyday person? Heck yeah!
Would we be coming back (a silly question, don’t you think?) here? Heck, HECK
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