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Saturday 4 January 2014

Mee Tarik Warisan Asli (Closed)

(closed as of December 2015?)
No. 14-20G Jalan Dang Wangi
50100 Kuala Lumpur
(Coordinates: 3.155893, 101.700268)

Yup we’re back, and mighty glad that we are! And why not, since we really love the 1Lamian noodles here.

1a type of Chinese noodle, made by stretching and folding the dough into strands. Depending on the number of times the dough gets folded, the strands can be made in various lengths and thicknesses.

The traffic around our apartment was snarling with last minutes shoppers looking for school uniforms, stationery and other related paraphernalia. Since driving out would prove a challenge we decided to have lunch somewhere nearby. 

Asked to choose between rice and noodles for lunch Brendan, without a moment's hesitation immediately jumped at the chance to visit his favourite noodle shop again.Also, since we had planned on looking for a pair of wall lights for Brendan's bedroom at Houz Depot nearby it only made sense for us to have lunch here, a convenient short distance away.

we were there pretty early
a crowd had gathered even before lunchtime

Arriving early, we were pleased to see a decent amount of diners even before lunchtime. We’ve seen a lot of eateries come and go in the Jalan Dang Wangi area, and the fact that this restaurant draws a crowd outside the weekday lunchtime period bodes well for its longevity.

Being a creature of habit, Brendan ordered his customary Mee Soup with Braised Beef; this time Cat tried the Mee with Special Sauce while thought to give the Wet Mee with Braised Beef.

multi coloured beverages
Brendan's choice of noodles
the mee soup with braised beef in its full glory
pleased as punch
Cat tried this
mee soup in special sauce
it was special indeed
I gave this a go
my wet mee with braised beef, pleasing to the eye and palate
time to put the camera away

The verdict? What can we say, and since we’ve gushed plenty about the Lamian noodles the last time we were here we’ll keep it short and sweet: it was amazing, as always. And the damage? At RM32.60 needless to say it is well within the dominion of the everyday food for the everyday person.

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