Sep 30

This guy in USJ2 named his nyonya style curry noodles after himself, Fu Shoulou, direct translation means Moustache Man as how the boss looks like. You will see him standing at his stall there coordinating his workers around. Business looks good here, as the noodles sell fast and you can see the 3-4 workers cooked and served non stop.

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The curry is light in color but very tasty and is served with tau pok, long beans and topping of your choice. You can choose roast pork (siew yok) – RM5.00, string rays curry – RM5.00 or lala seafood – RM15.00. The curry noodles is very nice, light and tasty, I got the roast pork one and its really nice. I heard the lala seafood one is big and packed with goodies!

GPS: N3 03.423 E101 35.465

Sep 30
USJ2, Subang Jaya – Hakka Yong Tau Foo & Curry Chee Cheong Fun
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USJ2 is one of the good place for breakfast and lunch in the USJ area, there are 2 Chinese coffeeshop there with good food and a row of stalls selling soya bean, fried stuff, etc.

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I like to go to Kedai Kopi USJ2 just next to Shell petrol station, the yong tau foo here are quite nice. Its made to order, so basically you are given a piece of paper where you note down your orders and they will then make your yong tau foo based on the order, meaning start filling up there and then.

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The yong tau foo is good but the soup is not nice. To take with the yong tau foo, I like to order their curry chee cheong fun. Its chee cheong fun topped with a thick curry gravvy with mushrooms and this fried fish cake like slices.

GPS: N3 03.423 E101 35.465

Sep 30

Whenever its lunch time, one of my favourite thing to do is to buy rojak as snacks for tea ;). Most of the time I would go for the one in Damansara Jaya next to Atria or if I am travelling to or from KL, will stop and buy at Damansara Heights. But quite a while back, KC told me of a good one in Subang Jaya.

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This is probably the thickest rojak (sauce) I can find so far in Klang Valley and its really the penang style which I like, heavy prawn paste taste and super super thick. The essence of a good rojak to me is basically the sauce, which this place scored very well, followed by the toppings. Toppings used here are crunched peanuts, sesame seeds, har peng (fritters) and slices of dried cuttlefish!

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My only comment is the fruits given are too little but there’s plenty of sauce, so the next time I buy, I will add some of my own fruits or you can even buy just the sauce. How good is the sauce, put it this way, when the fruits are cleaned, I start to clean up the sauce with the bits of peanuts I can find :P.

The rojak is sold at RM4.00 if you just use plastic bag or RM4.20 if you want a foam box (toxic anyway, save the money!). The sauce alone is RM2.00 and can last up to a week in the fridge. Parking is a challenge here on lunch time but its worth the trip!

GPS: N3 04.067 E101 35.606

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