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Penang One restaurant, oh how I am glad I found you. Even though you are located at this god forsaken place that is ruled by the trafic devil, I will still visit you whenever my cravings for Penang food arises.

The back story: last Saturday I had a sudden cravings for a bowl of good old Penang curry mee. I woke up early enough (they usually run out before 9:30 am) and headed to Restaurant Okay at SS2, they were closed for Wesak.

I recalled that masak-masak blogged about this place at Hartamas, so I drove 13 KM to the destination, well, they’ve been closed like 3 years ago.

Not to be deterred, I then drove another 12.5 KM to the curry mee at Restaurant Good Food in PJ Old Town…. to find out that they’ve moved. By then I was too hungry and settled on a bowl of kuih teow soup, which actually turned out to be very good, but that’s another post on another day.

This was when I shared my unfortunate adventure on twitter and facebook, with quite a few of you suggested that I should try Penang One, so here I was, a day later, with another fellow Penangite in Fresh, and the laksa expert in Haze as my partners in crime.

Penang One, delivered daily from Penang for original taste
Penang One, delivered daily from Penang for original taste

According to their website, the food here is professionally cooked by the original masters of the selected famous street foods, and then transported to Puchong on a daily basis. By their account, this would be as good as the original.

So I ordered my long overdue curry mee, Haze had laksa, while Fresh asked for a plate of char kuih teow with duck egg.

curry mee, char kueh teow, and Penang laksa
curry mee, char kueh teow, and Penang laksa

Service wasn’t the fastest considering the relatively low volume of people when we dined, but it wasn’t terrible either. Some 15 minutes after ordering, our food came.

The curry mee (RM 8.50) is purportedly from Pulau Tiku’s Keong curry mee. Prawns, cuttle fish, coagulated blood (YES!), tofupok, long bean, cockles, and mint leaves. That’s about all the ingredients you’ll ever need in a bowl of good curry mee, and the sambal too was top notch, fragrant and spicy.

Char Kueh Teow (RM 9.90 with duck egg) is of Kampung Jawa Pee Chuan’s recipe. Fresh had it and she didn’t speak a word while eating, it was as good as original, and really comes with those huge prawns and all.

The asam laksa (RM 7.90) that Haze had was from Lorong Selamat’s Ji De Chi, and when asked about how it tastes, she replied “just like those in Penang lor”, and then continued slurping away. It passed her test.

chee cheong fun, kueh teow soup (with blood too!), ice kacang
chee cheong fun, kueh teow soup (with blood too!), ice kacang

Since we were already there and that their portion rather close to Penang serving size, we decided to go for seconds.

Fresh had the chee cheong fun (RM 3.30) from Lorong Macalister and I took bite too, no disappointment, the only other place in PJ to get this version of chee cheong fun would be at O&S restaurant in PJ.

Haze’s second order was the duck meat kuih teow soup originally from Lebih Cecil. There’s duck meat, shredded pork, fish cake, and even coagulated duck blood. Now if you like pork blood, you’re going to love duck blood, they are quite a lot smoother and has an even more exquisite taste to it. I love it. The fish balls though, were just very average in my opinion.

I had ais kacang (RM 6.50) Swatow Lane New World Park, and it tasted just as I remembered, except for the serving size being larger here. All the ingredients you’d expect is in, give me a bowl of ais kacang anytime over any Snow Flake shaved ice.

KY, Fresh, and Haze, we were well satisfied
KY, Fresh, and Haze, we were well satisfied

Prices are a little on the high side, but not any  more than other Penang themed restaurants such as Penang Village or Little Penang Cafe. The difference is, this place isn’t halal and really do serve you the original ingredients in all their dishes.

By the end of the afternoon, we were very well fed and very well satisfied with the food from Penang One. The 6 different dishes we tried did not disappoint, and I can’t wait to go back there again, we still need to try the Hokkien mee (Jalan Burma), Yam Cake, and Bak Chang (Cintra Lane).

more photos at facebook page

location map of Penang One restaurant

Penang One
No. G5, Jalan Puteri 2/1
Bandar Puteri, Puchong Jaya
47100 Puchong, Selangor
GPS: 3.024748, 101.615945
Tel: 03-8052 0181
Hours: 9:30 am – 9:30 pm

Discuss : KY eats – Curry mee, CKT, Laksa, and more at Penang One, Puchong


  2. let’s do it!

  3. Michelle

    the food looks really good T_____T

  4. Actually looks really good!

  5. Small price to pay to have the entire Penang menu under 1 roof!

    • JD: haha ya, except koay chap and a few others I guess, but quite complete I’d say!

  6. i have tried all in the menu liao.. bak chang also quite good

  7. KY…do you know where to get koay chap in PJ area? Thanks to you I’m craving for Penang food now

  8. hey where is the old town curry mee gone?

    • mike: I heard it’s at SS2 seapark, same shop with ah wah hokkien mee. I’m not too sure which one is ahwah hokkien mee tho…

  9. Hey KY, there’s one decently good traditional Penang laksa near the OUG market, the same coffee shop which sells the famous pork noodle. Check it out! 😉

  10. oops! curry mee I meant! 😳

  11. Looks as good as Penang.. thank god it’s not halal either. Puchong is not so bad lah. Btw, traffic is spelt with a double ‘t’.

  12. Thanks for sharing this. Curry mee looks good. 😛

  13. I am smitten! I must go eat. Penciled in the date…I will be there to eat myself silly.

  14. […] mee, and so when I went back there again to find out that the curry mee has moved (back story in Penang-One food review post), I settled for another favorite of mine instead – the Penang kuih teow soup, or kuih […]

  15. Cindy Tong

    wow this look promising…really want to try their curry me..

  16. […] is the same back story from Penang One post is what led me to this […]

  17. My first and also the last visit to Penang One Restaurant. Why? Because the portion is way too little. With the price you pay for, it’s not worth it. Trust me on this one.

    • lynn: it may be funny but I like it partly cos of the smallish portion, since this is how they are in Penang.

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