It is somewhere in Segambut, and it's a Chinese restaurant.
I've never been there before, and i heard that the Mee Kari is great.
So, i went there.
It's basically a Chinese restaurant/stall.
There's a restaurant but you can also eat outside under a tree (typical roadside stall setting).
You be the judge
My first impression of the place?
Well, it's kinda dirty and it is very 'Chinese'(...). I went there during lunchtime and i don't see any Malays there.
Since it's 'seafood', what the heck.
Bismillah je la.
So i asked the auntie, what is available.
There's only 3 types of food,
Mee Kari, Mee Sup and Mee Tomyam.
Next, you choose what type of mee that you want.
Mee, Meehoon, Kuey Tiow or campur.
And it costs RM15 for a small bowl,
and RM17 for a large bowl.
A bit of a WTF moment, but hey, for the sake of trying, right?
RM15 worth of goodness
But all my thoughts are gone when my huge bowl of Mee + Meehoon Curry came.
Damn, it's big.
And the portion of the seafood is also very healthy.
Every bloody seafood is dumped inside, filled to the brim.
Heck, i couldn't even see my mee!
I have to dig inside to get my mee.
Yu Ai. You I. You and I. Get it? Nevermind.
The taste is undoubtedly superb. The hot-ness level is just right.
And eating under the hot hot sun makes it even better.
Where is my mee?
All in all, the price is kinda justified, albeit steep.
I don't mind, once in a while.
But hey, what do you expect. There's practically everything inside.
Squids, lala, fish, huge prawns, fishcakes, fishballs, everything.
Aftermath a.k.a licin
Cleanliness-wise, err.. i think it could be better. Much much better.
And halal-ness-wise, err.. Insya Allah.
(at least it's pork-free)
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If you're up for it, you surely need to give it a try. Heard that it's been there for quite some time, and it's very famous too.
If you like trying new stuffs, and don't mind the external factors (ahem), then by all means try it.