Tuesday, March 26, 2013

Restoran Tiong Hokkien Mee@Damansara Uptown.

It has been a long time since we last ate noodles like fried Hokkien mee, lor mee, wat tan hor, Hokkien kway teow for dinner.

If I am not mistaken this stretch of shops along SS21/37@Damansara Uptown has three Hokkien mee restaurants.

We went to Tiong as it was highly recommended by a friend.

They are open from 4pm -2am and the dinner time crowds are brisk.

The noodles are cooked and  fried with charcoal fire-giving it good wok hei and fragrant taste.

We also ordered some Nam yue flavored fried chicken wings and a big plate of Yau mak vegetables to balance off the meal-and not to forget Pu'er tea to wash off the sinful fats and oil.

Prices are reasonable and the food commendable,

Parking after 6 pm is bearable.

Wat tan Hor-flat rice noodle in a starchy egg gravy with Choy Sam, Chinese round cabbage, pork slices and prawn.

Hokkien fried kway teow (flat rice noodle) in a light/dark soy sauce with pork slices, prawn, deep fried pork lard, Choy Sam and Chinese round cabbage-oily and lardy.

Lor Mee-thick yellow noodle cooked with pork slices, prawn, Choy Sam and glossed with a starchy egg soup and topped with deep fried pork lard-add a dash of Narcissus brand black vinegar for added flavor.

Nam Yue fried chicken wings-crispy n the outside-well marinated-taste just right to my liking

Fried thick yellow Hokkien mee with prawn, pork slices, Chinese round cabbage and deep fried lard in dark soy sauce-not too oily but lardy.

 Total bill:Rm91/
Location:85, Jalan 21/37,
Damansara Uptown,
Petaling Jaya.

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