(closed as of December 2015?)
No. 14-20G Jalan Dang Wangi
Coordinates: 3.155893, 101.700268
This is hands down Brendan’s
favourite noodle shop. We’ve been coming here again
and again these past few years.
So what better way to celebrate Labour Day then to have our all-time favourite, the 1Lamian noodles.
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.
|our last time here |
|though we didn't know it at the time|
|along Jalan Dang Wangi|
|walking in with glee|
I unconsciously took quite a fair bit of photographs of this noodle shop as if to
preserve the memories of their excellent dishes for posterity.
Unbeknownst to us, a few short
months later this noodle shop would call it a day, and what we have left are
just these photos. Eventually their other stall at the Sogo Shopping Complex’s
food court on the sixth floor would also close down.
What a bummer, as Brendan would
All is not lost though, as checks
on their website assured us that their other
branches across Malaysia are still opened for business. Perhaps the rental
along Jalan Dang Wangi as well as the stall at Sogo proved too expensive?
So without further ado, let’s enjoy the photos
captured for the last time.
|what I ordered|
|time to place our order|
|enclosed in glass|
|and hard at work|
I had the Rice with Ziram Mutton; Cat had the Mee
with Special Sauce Fried while Brendan had his customary Fried Mee Dough with
|rice with ziram mutton|
|fried mee dough with beef |
|Cat changed hers at the last minute?|
|final 'aerial' view|
Excellent as always, and with the entire meal
costing below RM30 Mee Tarik Warisan Asli is definitely within the realms of
the everyday food for the everyday man. If you should come across any of their
shops around be sure to pay them a visit, we assure you that the chewy taut
made to order noodles will be worth it!
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