Tuesday, August 26, 2008

Restoran Damansara Hokkien Mee, Damansara Utama

This is a place where I'll pop by whenever I feel like having a quick dinner of hokkien mee as it's nearest to where I stay.
Very popular among those staying at the damansara area, this restaurant is packed nearly every night...
For a plate of their famous hokkien mee Thick noodles dripping with thick sauce, loads of artery clogging fried lard, slices of pork and prawns complete this absolutely sinful meal. I must say that this is a good plate of hokkien mee, just not fantastic. Oh, and eat it while it's hot as it gets rather salty once cooled.
They also serve pork soup.. It's boiled cabbage with fried egg, pork patties and lots of pepper. The pork patties, though soaked in the soup for sometime, were still rather crunchy when I bit into it. Well marinated too. If you like pepper soup, you'll enjoy this. Other favourites includes cantonese fried mee, fried rice and lam mee.
The roasted duck stall shares a spot in this restaurant and it's as popular as the hokkien mee.. Usually, we'll see customers queuing for this delectable duck..As the turnover's really fast, the roasted duck's still warm when served. Still oozing sweet juices from the tender meat, the duck skin was roasted crisp and fragrant. Very tasty. As good as Loong Foong's at Taman Paramount (the sauce at Loong Foong is better though).
Restaurant Damansara Hokkien Mee is located at Jalan 21/37, Damansara Utama, PJ, Selangor.

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Anonymous Life for Beginners said...

One of my fav Hokkien Mee stops too! :)

26 August, 2008  
Blogger J2Kfm said...

hmm, somehow Hokkien Mee doesn't appeal to me, UNlike Penang's version aka Prawn Mee. =)

but the pork soup did !!!

27 August, 2008  
Anonymous jason said...

Both noodle and soup attracts me! But my gum is aching... cant take heaty food T_T

27 August, 2008  
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27 August, 2008  
Blogger sc said...

kenny: think that's one of the more decent hokkien mee near DJ/DU/DP area

j2kfm: though both are called hokkien mee....it's so different! :). pork soup's quite yummy!

jason: oh no, what happened? too much heat?

alex: thanks for the info and thanks for popping by!

27 August, 2008  
Blogger JeromeFo 令狐冲 said...

The restaurant izzit located in
Uptown there?

27 August, 2008  
Blogger sc said...

jerome: yup, damansara utama= damansara uptown :). facing the square, same row as public bank and haji samuri satay...

28 August, 2008  
Blogger Nic (KHKL) said...

well, it certainly look dry (which is excellent), though not glistening with that luscious layer of oil.

never been there before leh. so much for a hokkiem mee hard core fan. *slapping myself*

28 August, 2008  
Blogger Tummythoz said...

Ayoyo look at those chu-yau-cha. Drools.

28 August, 2008  
Blogger mimid3vils said...

the pork in pork soup is deep fried?

28 August, 2008  
Blogger sc said...

nic: yup, their version was less oily. aaww, dont be so harsh on yourself, this is only famous near DJ/ DU area, not surprised if many didnt hear of it :)

tummythoz: i love chu yau cha too!

mimid3vils: yes, it's deep fried till it's real crunchy..delish!

28 August, 2008  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

hv you try the duck@Yok Ho Hin at Damansara Uptown too! is at the same row, closer to Guardian. I find it taste better than the one at hokkien mee...

28 August, 2008  
Blogger sc said...

anon: always drove by but have not tried. thanks for recommending, will pop by soon :)

28 August, 2008  
Blogger Hazza said...

I remember growing up in PJ when hokkien mee used to have lots of meat and veg in it. Nowadays, although they taste just as nice, they seem to have less "liu". I used to take squid in them for granted.

28 August, 2008  
Blogger wmw said...

Oooh, gotta try the pork soup next time!

30 August, 2008  
Blogger sc said...

hazza: oh, maybe i have not stirred this plate of noodles yet..it had a generous amount of pork slices, prawns and squids too. still ok :)

wmw: if you like peppery soup, think you'll like this :)

31 August, 2008  

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