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Monday, May 12, 2008

Shanghai Seafood Noodle House @ Subang Permai, USJ1

Wow, the old stash of photos are continuously piling up, must blog all KL food 1st, before proceeding to another round of KL food crawl someday down the line ..... Hehe !!! =P

The large bowl of seafood goodness ... Luscious ....

The shop regrettably, has NO signboard, but situated right beside Restoran Mun Fong, (which serves amazing Thai dishes, will get to that later) at Taman Subang Permai in USJ1, an area which also houses Giant, Mydin, and Courts Mammoth. My relatives fondly recognize the uncle as "Ah Pek", who had been serving his delicious seafood noodles for years at a corner coffee shop around the same area. He moved to this new shop only recently.

Shanghai Noodle (RM5)

We were given a choice of Shanghai noodle, or Beijing noodle. There are a few other options I forgot. Helpless memory. I suspect the Shanghai noodle was fried before being cooked in the addictive broth, infused with the natural sweetness of the seafood ingredients. The uncle proudly proclaims that NO MSG was added to enhance the flavour, but ONLY the freshest ingredients are chosen, in order to boil the yummy soup. Delicious.

Some other dishes Ah Pek serves at his shop

Some of us chose the Shanghai noodles, while others opted for its Beijing counterpart. The ingredients added are basically the same; various fishcakes, clams, yong tau foo, vegetables etc. The Shanghai noodle offers a more springy texture, heavier egg flavour (resembling yee mee), and definitely more savoury than the Beijing version. But the Beijing noodle in contrast, resembled "pan mee"-type of noodle, and looked and tasted healthier.

Beijing Seafood Noodle (RM5)

Do not let the unpretentious bowl of noodle fool you. The portion is considered quite huge, and substantially filling. Noticed that the uncle does serve some other dishes, such as scallops (!!), prawns, and fish, as accompaniment, to appease the seafood lovers in us.

Location : 33, Jalan USJ 1/20, Taman Subang Permai, USJ1. Not sure the specific directions, but if you know where Giant hypermarket, Mydin, and Courts Mammoth are in Subang Jaya, you will come across rows of shops on your right, right after passing by Mydin & Courts. Turn right once you come across Shell station on your right. The shop is beside Restoran Mun Fong, which is a corner shoplot facing the back.


Anonymous said...

hi there, any chinese restaurant in iph that u recommend for a family dinner?

Anonymous said...

Hey, I think you're good with directions la, even though you're in ipoh. :)

J2Kfm said...

kampungboycitygal : hmmm, tough question. :) depends on what type of restaurants, if those for wedding type, Tung Hoi (East Ocean?) in menglembu/Ip Garden South), or Sun Lee How Fook @ JlnKampar. Unique Seafood at Sunway City, or Restoran Makanan Laut Yam Yam offers seafood, the former more $$$. Assam House, Yum Yum (Greentown) quality has dropped. Cheaper varieties for dai chow include Sin Hup Kee @ Jln Leong Sin Nam, Sun Marpoh/Yeh Lai Ong @ Ipoh Garden, Hoy Tin Lau @ Bercham/Ip Garden East border. Sorry, too many options, do email me if need further directions/recommendations.

jason : haha, you won't knowhow hard i struggled to find the road's names, shop number, etc ... :)

Mummy In Vain said...

looks nice huh....the shanghai mee seems like wan tan mee fr the pic....i wonder when i have chance to taste all the good food in kl.

J2Kfm said...

mummy in vain : tasted absolutely different from normal wantan mee though. a bit more like yee mee.
KL so near, i'm sure you can find a weekend n stroll over! :)

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It looks tasty specially that it looks like it has a lot of everything else and just a little of noodles.