I’m a fan of curry mee, whatever type of curry mee, I’ll try them so long as my taste buds agree.
I’ve heard about the Nyonya Curry Mee at USJ for quite sometime, and finally we managed to try it last weekends when we found ourselves at USJ for an appointment to check out some invisible grille option for our new home.
Fushou Lou Nyonya Curry Mee, USJ 2
Located at USJ 2 kopitiam just right next to the Shell petrol station across from USJ Summit Mall, the stall is called Fushou Lou Nyona Curry Mee, or literally the “bearded man”. The stall offers Nyonya curry mee, dried curry mee, and seafood curry mee. There’s also the option to add roast pork, curry chicken, and other ingredients into the mix.
Nyonya Curry mee, with extra roast pork
For our virgin experience, I ordered Nyonya curry mee with roast pork (RM 8).
It was quite beautifully presented. It came with noodle/meehun, some long beans, bean sprouts, tofu pok, mint, cuttle fish, and of course, those yummy sambal in addition to roast pork.
Compared to KL or Penang curry mee, this has a more sourish taste, slightly more refreshing, and absolutely delicious.
KY & Haze, obviously enjoying the curry mee
If you have an affinity to curry mee or laksa, this is definitely a stall to check out. The normal version starts at RM 6, and I’m going to try their seafood noodle when I have a chance.
Kedai Makanan USJ
2, Jalan USJ 2/2c
47620 UEP Subang Jaya
GPS: 3.057137, 101.591065
Hours: 10 am – 2 pm
I’m a big fan of curry mee, the good old Penang curry mee. The type that comes in santan based soup with fragrant chili paste and typically ensures a few smooth trips to the loo if you have it say.. three day in a row.
In Klang Valley, you usually call it curry laksa.
Penang style curry mee at Hoi Kee kopitiam
This particular stall of curry mee was discovered accidentally when we went Hoi Kee kopitiam at Segambut for nasi lemak with pork. It was already finished for that day, I chose to try the curry mee as a substitute, and it turned out to be a brilliant accident instead. 😀
nothing beats that fragrant sambal and raw cockles
While this version at Segambut does not come with pork’s blood (otherwise it’d be totally perfect), the chili, soup, and other ingredients did come together harmoniously to make a great bowl of curry mee. I also especially love those big juicy RAW cockles. Something that I believe people like Kim would love to have her hands on.
KY and Haze, with cendawan joining us too
So if you are a curry mee lover like me, this is definitely a place to check out. For those staying at PJ, go to Restaurant Okay, but be there before 9 a.m. But for everyone else (especially those who isn’t so keen on coagulated blood anyway, or can’t wake up before 9), this is the best place to go!
Oh, they are pet friendly too. 😀
Kedai Kopi & Makanan Hoi Kee
No. 2, Jalan Segambut Tengah,
Segambut, 51200 Kuala Lumpur
GPS: 3.18564, 101.67633
How many of you are true curry mee (also called curry laksa in Klang Valley) fans who wants the dish served authentic in santan curry with shrimp, cockles, cuttle fish, and coaguated blood? If you are one of the rare breeds who loves it the true Penang style but have a hard time finding a place that serves it, you’re in luck.
they serve more than just curry mee
The (somewhat famous) Lorong Setarus Tahun Curry Mee in Penang has a branch here at SS2. I have been to this palce on serveral occasions whenever my taste buds yearn for some juicy coagulated blood and the all-you-can-eat curry mee sambal. Masak-masak reviewed this place before too.
very nice sambal and the otak otak
The santan based soup comes in pale white color without any hint of chili, you will have to add the sambal paste to get the familiar curry color and taste. This is a good serving method as you are able to personalise the spiciness based on your own tolerance level and taste. I would say that the curry mee’s flavor is on par with Penang’s offering.
the version served up at Penang island
The Penang restaurant serves little other than curry mee. However, the SS2 branch offers various other dishes too. I like the otak-otak (Penang style, big and chunky), the mee goreng was pretty good too. Loh Bak though, was mediocre.
map to the Lorong Seratus Tahun Curry mee @ SS2 branch
Curry mee is priced at RM 4.50 per bowl. You save about 2 bucks per bowl if you are willing to travel to Penang. No air conditioning in the restaurant on the island tho. It’s your call.
map to the Penang Lorong Seratus Tahun Curry mee @ Anson Road
The 3 branches:
Lorong Seratus Tahun Curry Mee
55, Lorong Seratus Tahun, 10400 Penang
GPS: 5.416099, 100.320534
Lorong Seratus Tahun Curry Mee
56, Jalan SS2/66, 47300 PJ Selangor
GPS: 3.120055, 101.620907
Village Cafe [Pork Free]
Block D-105, Phileo Damansara, 46300 PJ, Selangor