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Telephone
012-681 1623
012-658 8738
Opening Hours
Today
12:00 - 21:00
Mon - Sun
12:00 - 21:00
Payment Methods
Cash
Signature Dishes
Wantan Noodle
Review (11)
Level4 2016-05-03
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I really like Klang Bukit Tinggi Jaya Jusco and just found out that it is the biggest Jusco in the entire Malaysia! There are so many stores! Dad felt like eating Fried Hokkien Mee after a whole afternoon of shopping. It was raining too so a plateful of hot fried Hokkien Mee seems to do the trick, dad thought! We were feeling hungry due to early brunch in Klang at 11.30 am.So I was in the car googling where to have this Hokkien Mee nearby in Kota Kemuning which has less jam compared to PJ area and voila, I found Taima Hokkien Mee at Bukit Rimau. When we reached there, at 5.31 pm, there was no dinner crowd yet and only had 1 table.All the food here is quite cheap as it only costs RM 36 for all the 4 noodles and 1 pot of chrysanthemum tea!Fried Hokkien Mee This is by far, the only food item I find that is the best! I regretted not ordering more of the same thing! It was incredible! Fragrant from a lot of fried pork fats, tasty and strong in taste. In fact, it has changed my perception of Fried Tai Lok Mee as I previously hated this type of noodles! Fancy doing that to me!Cantonese Hor FunThe sauce is thick with egg.Loh Tai Lok Mee This is thick but not as good as the one at Ulu Yam Loh Mee which has the noodles swimming inside the dark sauce.Fried Sinchow Mai Fan (Singapore Fried Bihun) I wonder how you call this SG Fried Bihun when the noodles are overly soggy and cooked with too much water? There is lack of vegetables and only had cheap white cabbage and some greens and pork meat. I had only 1 spoon and done, NO MORE! This is how terrible it is! My mother's fried bihun is 10 times better!Details:Address: Jln Sungai Burung AA32/AA,Bukit Rimau, 40460 Shah Alam, Selangor, Malaysia continue reading
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Level3 2016-01-12
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I think we are all pretty innovative these days, to the extent of bringing our innovative self into the food and beverage industry. Stir Fry Dry Asam Laksa, I bet some of you may not have heard or even try any of it.For those of you who have never been, this restaurant is located in Subang Jaya, Seksyen 14 not too far away from the famous Taylors College and Metropolitan College. The dry asam laksa comes with the normal laksa ingredients one can find in a soup asam laksa, i.e. onions, pineapples, cucumbers, peppermint leaves and of course the laksa noodles (lai fun).In our opinion, it was quite special. The stir fry method makes the noodles more fragrant with the taste of prawn paste. We all love the fry laksa despite the lacking of one of the main ingredient, the fish chunks. We tried their other options on the menu as well, stir fry mee jawa and popiah. The mee jawa was quite good as well, but the popiah was a let-down. The popiah skin was so soggy, and the filling wasn’t fragrant enough. We can find better popiahs at our regular night market.Just a hint though, the portion was pretty small. Not a viable option to share among friends unless you aren’t a stir fry food lover like myself! continue reading
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Poor weather with Haze attack sunday morning , After we done the charity event at SS15 Earth Warrior Mass Street Clean Up , We went to this famous Restaurant that sells " Fried Asam Laksa " that opened at SS14 just opposite SS15 between across the main road .What we looking here now is the Stock ingredient for ASAM Laksa that we ate out there . laksa leaves (daun kesum),Fresh Lime (Limau),pink ginger flower (bunga kantan),Slice pineapple,Slice Cucumber,Slice onion . Top with garnishing, and serve with a spoonful of shrimp paste if you like .They are selling the delicious Popiah nyonya Too with all this ingredient attached on .It's my pleasure to introduce you to the modified version to Malaysia's famous Assam Laksa , the main dish of the restaurant "Fried Asam Laksa" , own creation fried laksa, one and only at the moment. But I made a pretty good discovery today .The Fried Kuey Teow is also a must try dish in Well Cooked Gourmet. A classic dish of stir-fried noodle with soy sauce, egg, prawns, bean sprouts and if one prefers, cockles .And we ordered the Well Cook claypot Chicken porridge , It taste like the normal claypot Chicken porridge out there .The restaurant is really tidy and clean. The staffs here is friendly and they always greet you with a smile. Well Cook Gourmet also served really good hawker food . This halal Chinese restaurant is like a food court , offering up to 32 dishes .http://eddyrushfatboy.blogspot.my/2015/09/restaurant-well-cook-gourmet-ss14-subang.htmlWell Cook Gourmet Restaurant74, Jalan SS 14/2 ,SS1447500 Subang JayaSelangor, Malaysia continue reading
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Level3 2014-03-08
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The shop is surprisingly easy to find. If you know about Yut Kee Bak Kut Teh at SS14, then you'll automatically know where this is. It is situated in the same row as the BKT restaurants.The ingredients they packed inside the popiah is quite generous but I don't know about the taste though. Very ordinary, nothing special and doesn't stand out. I don't recommend this.The moment of truth! I was getting really impatient for the food to come to our table. This was just awesome! I've never eaten something like this before. It tastes like laksa but just has a new texture to it. Highly recommended for asam laksa lovers out there!The claypot laksa is also quite good but very spicy for me.The environment there is really good as it was very very clean and the shop looks like brand new. We also ordered the three layer tea (RM3.30), it was really good as well. continue reading
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Level1 2013-09-15
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I have visited this restaurant many times and apart from their famous Fried Laksa, the Mee Hailam is also very good. The balance of ingredients and the quality of the ingredients used are very fresh. The Mee Hailam is served with sambal belacan and it is this special ingredient when added to the dish makes it super tasty and spicy.Eating this dish makes me recall my childhood days in Ipoh where my grandmother used to make this dish only on special occasions like Chinese New Year, birthdays, etc.Highly recommend this dish to everyone who visits Wellcook next, it is indeed well cooked! continue reading
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