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Besides Ah Wah Hokkien Mee, Millennium Eighty Six coffee shop is also popular for its fish head curry. Interestingly enough, the stall is manned by an Indonesian lady who has mastered the dish after years of experience in the trade.
Despite being less than 2 weeks old and operating from a coffee shop located at a somewhat hidden spot, Lum Choong Kee Bamboo Wantan Noodles have consistently sold out within 2 hours of opening. No wonder they are currently the talk of the town and some customers are willing to travel from Wangsa Maju just to eat here.
Fancy a BBQ and grill on the rooftop under the stars? Then Bangoya should be on your list. Located right above Kissaten at Jaya One's Palm Square building, Bangoya is a relaxed Yakitori and Yakiniku Izakaya that also features a range of sake, shochu, cocktails and beer. It's a cool place to unwind and have a drink accompanied with a variety of small dishes after a long day.
One of the perks of staying in Petaling Jaya is that there are many good Penang food around. Among them, Choon Prawn Mee House is one of my recommended places to go for Penang-style prawn mee. However, do note that the soup here leans towards sweet, so it might not be everyone's cup of tea.
I have been to countless steamboat restaurants but OIC Cafe takes the cake for being the weirdest - in an awesome way. The steamboat buffet restaurant is located on top of OIC's other two concept coffee house and a la carte restaurant, and all of them share the same purpose-built building in Aman Suria.
If I counted correctly, there are at least 5 to 6 Penang Char Koay Teow stalls in SS2's Wai Sik Kai. I would love to try all of them to find out which stall fries the best CKT but I can only eat so much. So I let the customers decide and picked two of the busiest stalls in the food court for my little experiment.