Monday, April 6, 2009

Sentul Ah Yap Charcoal Fried Hokkien Mee @ Sunway Damansara PJ


Frankly, it was quite a long name :) one of my close friends had mentioned about this place and commended on their hokkien mee. My friend is quite a fussy eater and so when he praised the normally-hard-to-prepare dish, I knew that I gotta give it a try.

Like most hokkien mee restaurant, they fried hokkien mee outside...

The menu is a laminated A3 size coloured paper with some pictures, description and price... how simple!

Newspaper cutting and reviews on the restaurants were pasted on the wall...

Hokkien mee @ RM6 per pax - it requires skill to whip out a good hokkien mee, and I think that the chef had done a good job. Using charcoal, the mee was full of "wok hei"... more aromatic compared to when using gas stove. Generous amount of pork lard, small prawns and other stuff.

Yin yang bones @ RM15 - basically it was 2 types of cooking style... mayonnaise and marmite pork. The taste was so so only...

Leo's verdict - Well, all I can say is that the hokkien mee is good... better compared to Damansara Hokkien Mee which I think the quality has dropped significantly. Now I know where to go to satisfy my hokkien mee craving.

4 comments:

CUMI & CIKI said...

i am a fan of the ARANG! nice pix.. must go try it out:D

thenomadGourmand said...

err..got add ahh? i must use GPS one..

Jason said...

The Damansara Hokkien Mee's branch at Kota Damansara fares better than Uptown ;)

thule a.k.a leo said...

c&c - it's really not bad.. but this is only my opinion. Tell me how you think ok??

thenomadgourmand - I don't have the exact address but it's opposite Standard & Chartered Bank in Kota Damansara. I'm sure your GPS can find the bank.

Jason - well, Sentul Ah Yap is just nearby, so you might want to give it a try