Friday, July 18, 2008

Hawker Food – Lam Mee (Noodle) At Hup Soon Restaurant SS3, Petaling Jaya

Mr. Tan, preparing my Lam Mee....................Opps, I started eating and forgot to take pictures Fried rice uncle frying eggs in preparation for the lunch crowd Last week, after my early morning appointment in Phileo Damansara, I decided to pay my old friend, Mr. Tan a visit. Mr. Tan, a happy go lucky guy, runs a Lam Mee(noodles) and Hokkien Mee stall in Hup Soon Restaurant. I have been eating here for the last 14 years. The Lam Mee soup is clear, unlike those that are commonly served by other hawkers. Choice of thick (tai lok mee) mee and normal type of mee are available. I ordered a bowl of mixed bihun(rice vermicelli) and mee(noodle) Lam Mee. The Lam Mee is garnished with strips of fried eggs, pork, spring onion, fried shallots and prawns. The thick gravy tastes good with the sambal(prawn paste chili with lime) provided. A bowl of Lam Mee is priced at RM3.80 for a small and RM4.30 for a big one. If you are on a tight budget because of the recent petrol price hike or on a diet, you can order a ‘kosong’(noodle only) at only RM3.00 per bowl….. LOL. Other popular stalls here are the fried rice with taugeh(bean sprout) and yong tau foo(fish paste tofu). I think this is the only place that serves fried rice with taugeh. At night all the stalls are closed, except one that serves western food at a reasonable price. The place is packed during lunch hours, so be there early if you want to avoid the crowd. Address: Hup Soon Restaurant, Jln SS3/29, Petaling Jaya, 47300. Open for Breakfast and Lunch. Dinner : Western Food Goggle Earth Location: Latitude 3°5’40.32”N, Longitude 101°36’39.93”E Jalan SS3/29, Petaling Jaya Map

2 comments:

Ammar bin Ahmad Faris said...

hi, nice food...
you took SAT and TOEFL before?? which Uni did you go??

Anonymous said...

ya ya ya...... i go there before...all the food is nice... i most like de chicken rice.....expecially the char siew sauce...

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