Ah Loy Curry Mee is the second restaurant I frequent in the exploration of the popular food district that is OUG. This followed by the good experience I had at Hong Cha pork noodle, just a couple doors down the road on the same row of shop houses.
a huge bowl of Peanng laksa at Ah Loy
Being a huge fan of asam laksa, Haze didn’t make any surprising order. The Penang style laksa looked pretty good, came with chunks of fish, banana flower, onion, cucumber, mint leaves, and of course – har gow (è¦ç¾”, prawn paste. RM 4.5).
Unlike the true blue Penang style, this serving’s rather huge. As for taste, well, I’d say it’s acceptable though I did not really like the texture of their laksa noodle, a bit too soggy for my liking, but over all an OK bowl of laksa nonetheless.
seafood curry mee with plenty of cockles, squid, prawns, and more
Then there’s my curry mee (some RM 7-8) that came with lotsa cockles, lala, squid, prawns, crab stick, tofu pok, and even some mushroom. The soup base was pretty thick and rather delicious too, I had mine with noodle and mee hun but you can ask for kueh teow or other noodles too.
While lacking huge prawns,Â mussels, or oysters, there’s plenty of other ingredients to make up for it, and certainly offers great value for the price you pay.
KY & Haze at Ah Loy curry mee
This place opens for lunch and dinner till pretty late (11pm). Parking can be a bit of a problem but that’s generally a fact in places with good hawker foods such as OUG.Â There’s also quite a lot of other selections of food at Ah Loy, including the curry pork ribs that I want to try next time!
Restaurant Ah Loy
No 11, 13 Jalan Hujan Rahmat 3
Taman Overseas Union
Off Jalan Kelang Lama , Kuala Lumpur
GPS: Â 3.073699, 101.672105
Tel: 03-7782 5001 / 013-302 3422