Tuesday, June 22, 2010

Curry Noodles, Segambut

Jane told me that there's a very popular curry noodles in Taman Sri Sinar and one unexpectedly visit to a friend staying nearby led us to this place.
The shop just opened for dinner- it does dinner only and I was rather surprised that at 5 plus in the afternoon and there were patrons already. Yes, we were passing by and it's way too early for dinner, but since this was recommended, I might as well try it :p
Ordering was easy, I had the curry noodles though there were other noodles available too (such as clear soup and prawn noodles)

The piping hot bowl of noodles was served in a matter of minutes..
Their curry noodles was served in a thin curry soup and topped with a few spoons of thick curry 'sauce'. Stir in a generous amount of sambal and the curry noodles was very addictive. The bowl was laden with bean curd puffs, fish cakes, bloodied cockles, fishballs and beansprouts. The ingredients were very fresh and complemented the curry soup well.
Honestly, I thought I wont enjoy the curry noodles; it was such a hot day, the ventilation in the shop was not that good and it was stuffy sitting in there. And the idea of slurping down spicy, hot curry noodles dont really add to a happy eating experience. Although this curry noodles was not mind blowingly good, it somehow was able to satiate and please us.

There's no sign board to this shop, this is how it looks like..
The best landmark I could find was this Wisma located just a few shops away..
Curry noodles shop is located at Jalan 20/38A, Taman Sri Sinar, Segambut, KL.

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10 Comments:

Blogger J said...

I no like curry noodles. It makes me fall into a lemak induced coma afterwards.... :)

23 June, 2010  
Blogger sc said...

J: hehehe actually i'm like you. if i'm given a choice, i'll never choose curry noodles. but this was actually ok, the santan was light and didnt leave a lemak feel afterwards..

23 June, 2010  
Blogger "Joe" who is constantly craving said...

can tapau and in an air conditioned room? sounds abt right if i were to ever try this!

23 June, 2010  
Anonymous jason said...

You don't like curry noodles? But you must try Ipoh's curry noodles! :p

23 June, 2010  
Blogger HairyBerry said...

ahhh, sounds very familiar! there's a KFC nearby and this stall sells tong sui too, right? if we are talking about the same stall, do check out the kon lou (dry) version and ask for curry oil topping. delish! ;D

24 June, 2010  
Blogger sc said...

joe: quite a number of cars stopped by doing this too!

jason: not the top of my list if i have other choices..ehhehe. ipoh's? when are you bringing me? :p

hairyberry: yes, there's a corner KFC at the main road. should be the same shop we're talking about. wah, the kon lou version sounds very good!

25 June, 2010  
Blogger mimid3vils said...

Gonna to check that out coz it's near my place :)

28 June, 2010  
Blogger vialentino said...

need gps to find this place...nice curry place!

29 June, 2010  
Blogger PureGlutton said...

That bowl of curry noodles looked good enough, esp with cockles! I'm hungry now!

02 July, 2010  
Blogger sc said...

mimid3vils: yes, it's quite nice, you'll like it :)

vialentio: gps would be great coz i really dont know where it is if you ask me now..hehhe

pureGlutton: ooo, you like cockles? then you'll definitely enjoy this, coz my friend liked this becoz of the ample cockles they served with the noodles..

07 July, 2010  

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