Oct 18

I love to have breakfast at Jalan Tun Sri Lanang by the open air car park with their very good chicken rice ball and also hee kiaw mee. At night, this same place is converted to serve 2 other stalls, one is also a hee kiaw mee and the other is a char koay teow stall.

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Tonight after dropping Miharu off for wedding dinner, I head there for a good bowl of hee kiaw mee. I got a little greedy (as always :P) and added additional 6 pieces of pork and fish balls on top of my hee kiaw mee which is already filled with good stuff.

I asked for the soup noodles… so in my hee kiaw mee there are obviously hee kiaw (fish paste), almost 8 slices of them, a few slices of bbq pork (char siew), half a fried wanton and 3 fishball… the topping almost covered my meehoon! With an additional 6 pieces in another bowl, you can imagine how full I am now.

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The soup is great, with a generous amount of Chinese parsley added really brings out the aroma and most important of all the clear soup is tasty and no thirst after drinking. The hee kiaw and fish balls are very good as well with good texture and taste.

The pricing is also good, with a drink and all the above for RM6.90. The base hee kiaw noodles itself is RM3.50. Good place for a quick and good dinner ;).

Hee Kiaw at Jalan Tun Sri Lanang
GPS: N2 12.387 E102 15.178

Jun 11
Puchong – Wan Tan Mee @ Restoran Fong Lei
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Was on the way to Putrajaya this morning and decided to stop at Puchong for breakfast… Restoran Fong Lei in Pusat Bandar Puchong (just next to 7-11) was on the way and the crowd seems to be good here.

We stopped here and I headed to get a copy of the day’s paper… then I noticed the prawn mee stall seems to be popular and they were already a bunch of roast duck hanging there ready for sale later… if I am not wrong this is the Fei Kor Roast Duck… gotta try it one day.

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Then as I sat down and order my drinks… I noticed the 2 most busy stalls here is the wan tan mee and pork noodles stall. Both stalls give out numbers for customer waiting for their order and there’s are customer always customers waiting for take away and its only 7.50am in the morning.

So I gave the wan tan mee a try… i got no. 5 and I saw the Indonesia worker serving order no.3, naturally I am happy that I am the next two person in line… well… I am wrong.. haha… its random because yeow whom order less than 1 minute after me got no. 75!

Anyway, I waited about 10-15 mins (because its still early 8am in the morning?)… then my wan tan mee costing me RM4. Then I can understand what’s the fuss all out.

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The first thing I like about this wan tan mee is the char siew… this is chuncky char siew with slighty hard skin… gives you a firm but very tasty bite with a little bit of fats… very good! Next the vege used is not the typical pesticides filled choy sum but boiled bayam leaves… excellent choice, reminds me of my mum’s bayam boiled in soup. The noodles is not bad and wan tan is very tasty.

Overall, I am really satisfied with the wan tan mee here… the noodles on its own I won’t say its the best, the best I had tried is still in Kota Bharu in Kelantan believe it or not… but the toppings all receive full marks from me. Next time, I am going to try the pork noodles and the roast duck ;).

Restoran Fong Lei @ Pusat Bandar Puchong
GPS: N3 02.095 E101 37.048

Oct 30

Its been a while since I visited Seng Weng Yong Tau Foo for lunch in Kg Cempaka, PJ. Things have changed a lot here, they have now reduced the size of their yong tau foo kitchen and have incorporated stalls to sell mix rice, char koay teow, chicken rice, etc. They have also extended to the next door unit to provide more seating place.

The chicken rice stall here provides really value lunch meal, a plate of standard chicken rice goes for RM3.00 here. Yup, RM3.00 in the midst of all the increased fuel prices and the whole economy going into recession. So, if want to save money, this is the place to eat!

The chicken rice of standard portion, rice plus roast chicken and a bowl of soup. Joe asked for extra sauce as its a bit dry and the lady offered us the chicken sauce gathered during roasting. The sauce is thick and you just need to dip a little with your chicken and it makes a lot of difference. Plus, its only RM3.00, what you want la???

GPS: N3 07.035 E101 35.944

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