Category: Curry Mee / Curry Laksa

Nyonya Valley Restaurant @ CyberView Garden, Cyberjaya

Nyonya Valley is one of the better restaurants to eat at Cyberjaya and it has become one of our ‘to-go’ places. Their halal menu is extensive enough to cover either small or large dining groups, which is why Nyonya Valley is also an ideal restaurant for companies to have team lunch. The price is also fair for Cyberjaya standards – think chain Kopitiam’s prices but with slightly larger portion and better ingredients.

Nyonya-Curry-Laksa

Nyonya Curry Laksa @ RM10.90 + Durian Cendol @ RM6.90 are my usual order here. But do note that the Nyonya Curry Laksa here should not be compared the Melaka type since it is actually more like a more lemak-ish curry mee. The toppings (chicken strips, prawns, cockles, tofu pok) are always enjoyable especially the fresh and firm textured prawns.

Nyonya Valley is one of the better restaurants to eat at Cyberjaya and it has become one of our 'to-go' places. Their ha...

Read More »

Curry Mee @ Restoran 168 Pudu, Kuala Lumpur KL

Pudu Plaza is the place to go whenever I need to service my camera. I always make it a point to go only in the morning because the traffic getting there could get really ugly after that. The newly renovated Pudu Plaza is surrounded with food and the great thing is most of them are within walking distance.

Curry-Mee

We have always noticed this particularly busy stall called 168 but it was only last weekend that we finally decided to give it a try. Looking at the food they sell, they appear to be a jack of all trades serving curry mee, wantan mee, BBQ meat rice and even porridge. One thing is clear though, and that is their curry mee is the most popular dish here because almost everyone orders it.

Pudu Plaza is the place to go whenever I need to service my camera. I always make it a point to go only in the morning b...

Read More »

Restoran Yu Ai Seafood Noodles @ Segambut

Despite the many good reviews about Yu Ai restaurant’s seafood noodles at Segambut, I have to disagree with most of them. In fact, this will be the last place I would consider for a bowl of noodles simply because the soups are just laden with MSG.

curry-mee

fish-head-seafood

No doubt the noodles are brimming with seafood and they are fairly fresh too. But they also come with a hefty price tag. Do expect to spend more than RM20 if you were to indulge in the most elaborate order with a drink included.

Despite the many good reviews about Yu Ai restaurant's seafood noodles at Segambut, I have to disagree with most of them...

Read More »

Aunty Curry Mee @ Jalan Delima, Island Glades Penang

Penang Curry Mee

You will be surprised to know that one of the best Curry Mee in Penang can be found at a quiet residential area called Island Glades. The stall has no name so people just conveniently refer it as ‘Aunty Curry Mee‘. Well it is the one and only one in the vicinity anyway. The stall’s setup is as bare as it could possibly be and only a handful of seats are available since most customers opt to take away.

curry-mee-stall

Even with the rising cost of food prices, Aunty has managed to keep her Curry Mee’s price so low that it would get you saying “Wah, so much ‘liao’ but so cheap ah!” I am not kidding when I say the Curry Mee is filled with ingredients to the brim, just look at the noodles itself. For the same price you pay elsewhere in Penang, you might be getting only half the amount Aunty is giving.

curry-mee

I had the large bowl at RM3 and it was loaded with fresh prawns, cockles, cuttlefish and complete with a lot (and I mean A LOT) of tofu poks. Too bad I was like the second last customer, Aunty has ran out of pork blood cubes or else my bowl of Curry Mee would have had even more toppings. But of course being cheap with lots of toppings are not the reasons of it being worthy of a recommendation, it has got to be tasty as well.

You will be surprised to know that one of the best Curry Mee in Penang can be found at a quiet residential area called I...

Read More »