Archive for December, 2005

Jalan Sepadu Loh Mee

Friday, December 9th, 2005

I like the Loh Mee because it comes with vinegar for you to add on. It is quite similar to the taste of sharks fin when it goes with the vinegar. Other than Loh mee, they do sell Fish Head Mee Hoon, Fried Hokkien Mee, as well as Fried Pan Mee. One thing bad about this stall is that they are very stingy with their vege as well as meat and prawns. However, it’s still worth a try i would say.

Loh Mee

How to get to this place? It’s actually one of the exits of Old Klang Road. If u’re coming from Midvalley, Jalan Sepadu exit is the one before OUG exit. The whole road is called Jalan Sepadu. This stall is located on your right hand side, about 80 to 100m from the exit.

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Wan Tan Mee

Thursday, December 8th, 2005

This is the place to be for a springy, beautiful texture and slightly crunchy wan tan noodles ! That’s what makes this place special and always thronged by a big big crowd. On sunday evening, u can see ppl flocking to it! However, one thing lucky is their servie is fast and that cut down the waiting time.

I’m not an avid fan for wan tan mee, but i find that the noodle are really nice and a bit bouncy as what they are famous for. Besides, their char siew are superb. But wan tan is so so only.

Anyhow, this place is a little bit difficult for parking coz it’s beside a busy road, Jalan Sg Besi. It’s somewhere opposite (not directly opposite) the SG Besi old airport. If u know about the Nichii Fashion House and Volvo showroom is Jalan Sg Besi, this stall is juz slightly further down from this two shops.

Fried Pork Wan Tan Mee

Wan Tan Soup

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Tuesday, December 6th, 2005

I’m sure you guys are very familliar with this the name “Kei Tak Shek” a.k.a KTZ !!

Mango Lolo

It’s one of the dessert shop that served the best “Lo Lo” – it is an ice mountain that is splashed with fruit flavour syrups and topping with fruit … What i like most from here are “Mango Lolo” and the “Honey Dew Lolo” !
Though the price is not cheap however, the chilling feel and the satisfaction of eating certainly outweigh the price! The mango and honey dew is forever that sweet! Just wondering how are they able to maintain the sweet sweet taste!

Other than this, they do serve “tong sui” like red bean soup, blend peanut …. n so on … as well as some deep fry snacks …

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