21 responses

  1. allie
    May 5, 2009

    Curry powder in laksa?? You should have order another bowl of tom yam ma… haha :P

    allie’s last blog post..Penang Hawker Food | Wan Tan Mee @ Burmah Road

    vk: wah lao you so fast comment one haha. their laksa is not like our Penang laksa.. it’s more like curry mee one. I don’t dare to take Tom Yam because scared the sourness make me stomach ache and have to find toilet when island hopping :P

  2. kampungboycitygal.com
    May 5, 2009

    my sabah fren told me that the tomyam is really nice too!din try it :(

    vk: wasted chance haha. next trip maybe? :P

  3. FoOd PaRaDiSe
    May 5, 2009

    The laksa looks like Sarawak Laksa. But too bad…. it turn out to be sourish.

    FoOd PaRaDiSe’s last blog post..Koay Teow Thn’g @ Maxwell Road, Penang

  4. RollsRoyce
    May 5, 2009

    Mee Tuaran looks very yummy. @@ With the chicken slices xD whatever.

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  5. Duckie
    May 5, 2009

    wow looks good ler …

  6. mimid3vils
    May 5, 2009

    Sigh, didnt try it when my Sabah trip :(

    mimid3vils’s last blog post..Restoran Damansara Hokkien Mee

  7. allie
    May 5, 2009

    hahaha.. finally be the first to comment lol! If you happen to have stomach ache during island hopping, just ask the boat to stop at any nearby island and you go ‘kao tim’ can d la. wakakaka!

    allie’s last blog post..Penang Hawker Food | Wan Tan Mee @ Burmah Road

  8. cariso
    May 5, 2009

    I like Sarawak laksa but Sabah laksa, never tasted before. I like kolok mee too, but have yet to taste mee tuaran. Any chances in western malaysia to find stalls selling two these Sabah dishes? genuine one, i mean.

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  9. Charlenescuba
    May 6, 2009

    I am from KK and I always go to this place a lot when I go back hometown. The Tom Yam to die for !!! and the owner always look for me if my family goes there on weekend. The Tuaran noodle not that bad. You should try the 1 in Papar. I dont really know what is the restaurant call but I do know how to get there lol… Oh btw the yellow slice is not chicken, its all pork :)

  10. marilyn
    May 9, 2009

    The yellow slice meat- is a Hakka Egg Roll Meat. It’s one of the meat that are served with noodles in Sabah as it is widely found in market.
    There used to be Sabah Noodle shop in Taman Megah SS24 PJ, but now it has turn into a vegetarian shop instead. There’s another one is SS2, it’s one of the corner stalls shop.

  11. Audz
    May 24, 2009

    :) That’s my favourite coffeeshop for Tuaran Mee – not too bad version actually. I’ve never ordered anything else when I’m there so I can say they’re quite consistent.

    I say the noodles will make or break it.

  12. LCD
    July 16, 2009

    The best ever mee tuaran off course where else…at tuaran….better than you see at the picture…totally wrong…..hheeh sorry being born and breed there…

    • vkeong
      July 18, 2009

      I’d love to try the original mee tuaran @ Tuaran too

  13. David
    November 16, 2009

    Hi Vkeong,

    maybe you would like to do another visit to sabah.
    Here – is roughly, the details u may wanted to know – http://kk-food.blogspot.com/

    Thanks.
    Sharing is caring.

  14. er
    January 25, 2010

    hey there!

    if you ever go to KK again, and want to try the original Mee Tuaran, go to Tuaran itself. The name of the shop is Lok Yuen. its the original birth of Mee Tuaran….and if you want to try something different in terms of cooking, i suggest you go to Tamparuli and try their Mee Tuaran Lihing. Lihing = chinese wine. the name of the shop is Mui Hong.

    :D!

  15. wilson
    April 20, 2010

    the real (original) tuaran mee in tuaran is no more as good as it used to be. instead, i now find the one in tamparuli is better. it is at a shoplot behind/next to a school. the name? “gathering cloud”, ha, that’s just my own direct translation from its chinese name, 雲集.

    i always stop over there for a plate or two of their tuaran mee while on my way to and from mt.kinabalu. but one thing i notice is, they don’t really have a fixed business time/day one… making my trip there sometimes in vent…

    • wilson
      April 20, 2010

      by the way, “tuaran mee” is meant to be fried, normally dry. it is actually frying of the raw mee (生面) aka wantan mee. the one which is not cooked and still have those whitish whitish flour on it one. and the main ingredient is, of course, the egg, the egg-spring-roll (丹南春卷) and char-siew, and some vegetables.

      p/s : for my many years in PJ(while studying) and KL(now working), i have never seen any place that sell 丹南春卷… miss it a lot…

  16. Juan
    May 31, 2010

    ..hello suma,saya ingin memberi sedikit pendapat,apakata kamu cuba tuaran mee di tuaran mee restoran,terminal bus inanam,di bawah hotel century..mee goreng daging kerbau & mee goreng wongchu sengrow mereka sangat2 sedap..boleh dikatakan lebih baik daripada yang ada di tuaran..saya selalu makan di sana dan mengenali chef mereka..chef tuaran mee restoran ialah former chef di restoran lokyun tuaran..yg telah di recon kan oleh jason taste..hehe

    p/s:tengok rancangan jason taste di astro channel aec,nampak chef tuaran mee restoran tgh goreng tuaran mee..mcm goreng bagi saya pula…sedappnyaaa..lapar!!..huhuhu

  17. Mike
    January 10, 2011

    so sesiapa nak datang sabah call ja sa 0168407069 mike..saya menyediakan perkhidmatan penginapan untuk group/family di marina court pada harga yg murah!! dan yang pasti kami akan membawa guest kami ke restoran ini untuk mencuba keenakan mee tuaran(for non-muslim ja)..

    Mee tuaran kat sini mmg sedap..sampai saya tapau lagi..hahahah..5 star

  18. Catherine
    April 25, 2011

    Hi VKeong
    Was wondering if you could advise me on how to get to Restoran Sweet Pardise from Butterworth Bus Terminal.
    If it is by cab, how much would it cost and how far is the distance? I’m bring an old folk, thus I need yr opinion if it’s well worth the trip?
    With thanks and regards
    Cat

    • vkeong
      April 25, 2011

      Hi Catherine

      You can ignore this dim sum restaurant.. the quality has dropped so much I wouldn’t even bother to eat there anymore

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