• Bukit Maluri Pan Mee
    Hawker Food,  Taman Bukit Maluri

    Bo Kei Pan Mee at Taman Bukit Maluri

    Childhood Pan Mee I still remembered when I was young, perhaps primary school that my sister’s boyfriend will always bring us to this Pan Mee stall at Taman Bukit Maluri, Kepong. It means this same Pan Mee stall have been around since at least 30 years. At that time, the boyfriend will ordered a big bowl of Pan Mee and give me some at my small bowl. I remembered it was tasty. For past few years, I did went back to the same stalls for 2 to 3 times but I feel it was not as nice as those days. It is because the noodle is a bit under cooked…

  • Penang Mee Yoke at Restoran Woh
    Bandar Sri Damansara,  Hawker Food

    Penang Mee Yoke (Prawn Noodle)

    Restoran Woh at Bandar Sri Damansara I still remembered when I was young, my dad always bring us to eat prawn noodle. It is so frequent that after I grow big, there was a period of time that I stopped eating prawn noodle. After few years, the craze for prawn noodle coming back. Partly because I like spicy food, and I like the soup of the prawn noodle. Penang Mee Yoke in Restoran Woh is one of my top favorites. I like their soup based and normally I will order the original prawn noodle that comes with pork slices, few small prawns and slices of the egg which costs RM…

  • 168 Claypot Pan Mee
    Aman Puri,  Hawker Food

    Claypot Superior Soup Pan Mee (面粉糕)

    One Six Eight Pan Mee Restaurant One Six Eight Pan Mee is located at Aman Puri, Kepong and it is one of the favorite shop for pan mee among the locals. It have been quite a few years that I never go back to eat my favorite claypot superior soup pan mee. What I like about their version of claypot pan mee is the ingredients such as fish maw, clam, ham slices and abalone slices (I think it is not a real abalone, maybe it is vegetarian abalone) . Those ingredients will make the soup more tasty. Another things I like about is the noodle is not the flat type,…

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    Kuang Town

    Kuang is a town in the Gombak district of Selangor, Malaysia. Its main importance in older times was the starting of the railway branch to Batu Arang from the mainline of Malayan Railways. Today, Kuang’s main industry is cement distribution for the CIMA Company. There is a successful HS Nada cow farm located at Kampung Gombak. Kuang has one of the largest polo field in Asia. It was an important venue for polo during the Commonwealth Games in 1998. There is also a lake called Tasik Biru (Blue Lake), which is located at Seri Kundang. The Malaysia Bible Seminary is also located in Kuang. Kuang’s calm and peaceful surrounding attracts…

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