Strategically located in the heart of Klang Valley, Taman OUG or Overseas Union Garden is an old yet busy neighborhood with lots of eateries. The density of coffee shops here is incredibly high. Walking along the main streets in the shop lot area, you can easily find more than 10 coffee shops, and each coffee shop has 3 to 10 hawker stalls, making Taman OUG a food haven. To experience the hustle and bustle of OUG, visit here in the morning, because there is a wet market at Jalan Hujan Rahmat every morning.
If you are new to Taman OUG, let OpenRice Malaysia guide you through some must-have delicacies in this area. (The restaurants below are arranged in no particular order. Some of the establishments are not halal.)
Ah Loy is a full-fledged restaurant specializing in Curry Laksa. Occupying two shop lots, the restaurant is spacious with an open kitchen and an air-conditioned dining area. Their signature Curry Laksa is served in generous portion with lots of ingredients, including pig skin, cockles, and tofu pok, in rich and fiery hot curry soup. The curry noodles can be mixed and matched with different main ingredients, such as curry chicken, curry pork spare rib, and curry roasted pork, to suit your appetite.
If you are a big fans of Loh Mee, make sure you don’t miss this famous Loh Mee at New Sun Ho Coffee Shop. Priced at RM6.50 a bowl, some might find their Loh Mee to be slightly more expensive, but it is value for money, because the think noodles are freshly handmade daily by the stall’s owner without adding any preservatives. What’s more, the Loh Mee here is served in large portion with 2 medium sized prawns and several pieces of marinated pork slices.
Located beside Double Nine coffee shop, this humble roadside stall selling fried items has been around for 3 decades. Many patrons come to OUG from different parts of Klang Valley just to savor their mouth-watering Goreng Pisang and Fried Kuih Bakul. Selling at RM0.90 a piece, their Goreng Pisang is deep-fried to perfection until the banana is crispy on the outside and meltingly soft on the inside.
Originally a hawker stall in a coffee shop in OUG, J&E Pan Mee opened its own specialty shop after the coffee shop was demolished several years ago. The menu is pretty simple. You can choose either soup or dry Pan Mee. Their Pan Mee noodles are freshly handmade on a daily basis to ensure the quality is good and consistent. The noodles are boiled with a big wok instead of a pot, so that they can prepare more noodles at a time to satisfy the demand.
Hailed from Kuantan Road in Penang, this stall in Sun Sea coffee shop is one of few stalls in KL that offers original Penang style Curry Mee. Just like MyKuali’s famous White Curry instant noodles, the Curry Mee here is served in a similar fashion with white soup and a spoon of chili paste that can be mixed with the soup to make it richer and spicier. The ingredients are special too, because the noodles are served with not only tofu pok, long bean, and cockles, but also prawns, sotong, and pork blood!
Nestled in Hoong Pin Kopitiam, this Curry Mee stall named “Lou Ma” is an old stall with over 30 years of history, and it is now operated by the second generation. Their Curry Laksa wins the hearts of patrons with its curry soup that is thick and rich in santan flavors. What’s more, customers get to choose 2 types of main ingredients, including smooth chicken, prawn, or char siew, for a normal bowl of Laksa. If you are a big eater, try their extra-large Curry Laksa (RM9) loaded with lots of ingredients.
Definitely one of the most famous hawker stalls in OUG offering lip smacking pork noodles! What makes their pork noodles unbeatable is that their noodles are not only cooked with pork meats and pork innards, but also seafood, including fish cakes, sotong and prawns, adding an additional sweetness to the soup. The owner's son has opened another restaurant called Hong Cha in OUG, offering the same delicious pork noodles at night.
Next to New Sun Ho Coffee Shop you’ll find this small shop selling fresh and deep frozen seafood. All the seafood here is air-flown from different parts of the world and deep frozen without using any preservative to maintain the freshness of the seafood. Although this shop is not really a restaurant, their sashimi imported from Japan is so fresh and delicious that customers like to buy their sashimi and eat it on the spot at the tables in front of the shop. Some customers even pair the sashimi with local kopi!
Originated from Bercham in Ipoh, this roadside Soya Milk and Tau Fu Fah stall is very special, because they offer soya milk that is made of black bean, which is proven to be very healthy and nutritious. To make the black bean soy milk friendly to elderly people, the owner has peeled the black bean's skin. That is the reason why the soy milk is not in black color, but in light green color. They offer black bean tau fu fah in the weekends too!
The name Yang Kee is no stranger to lovers of beef noodles. The original shop of Yang Kee is a roadside stall located at Jalan Peel in Cheras. This restaurant in OUG is one of its three branches. The beef noodles here are served in traditional style with a bowl of dry noodles topped with minced meat and a bowl of beef soup with beef balls, beef slices, and beef stomach. Also must try is their noodles with braised beef brisket and radish. Enjoy your sumptuous breakfast here before going to Mid Valley for shopping! Search for the best curry mee in Klang Valley Hunt for the best laksa in Klang Valley
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