I guess I was not really paying much attention so even though I had dropped by here so many times, I never noticed this huge photograph…

Photo of Kampung Baru Rasah Seremban

…at the bottom half of the stall in question until that day and I made up my mind right away that I would go back there and get to the bottom of it all.

Well, I certainly did not waste any time and there I was, the very next day to check it…

Grand Wonderful Food Court Noodle Bar

…out. In my blogpost that day, I mentioned that we have a Noodle House here, and a Noodle Shop and a Noodle Cafe – well, now, we have a Noodle Bar too!

I guess if you intend to drop by and give it a try, you should avoid Monday…

Closed on Monday

…the guy’s  off day. I certainly liked what I saw in the fine print at the bottom of the menu that states very clearly that no msg/no Ajinomoto would be used in the cooking.

He came out to see what I wanted and I asked if he was from Seremban and he said yes! I went on to ask what his specialty was and he suggested that I could give his KL Hokkien mee (RM5.50)…

Grand Wonderful Food Court Noodle Bar KL Hokkien mee 1

…a try. Yes, it was indeed really good. I’ve had some pretty all right ones here and there around town but I must say that this one takes the cake – it was love at first bite, true and true!

The serving…

Grand Wonderful Food Court Noodle Bar KL Hokkien mee 2

…was not very big though, not Sibu Foochow size (LOL!!!) and there were not a lot of ingredients – just a couple of bits of meat and cabbage and some pork fat crusts but it sure made up for it with its awesome taste of lard and its wok hei fragrance.

I certainly would love to go back for more of this but then again, there are so many things on the menu that have caught my attention – I think it will be quite a while before I would be able to try them all. What do you suggest I should order the next time I drop by here?

NOODLE BAR is located at the GRAND WONDERFUL FOOD COURT (2.309601, 111.845163) along Jalan Pipit, off Jalan Dr Wong Soon Kai, on your left just before the Petronas petrol station a short distance from Delta Mall. You can also go in via Lorong Pipit 4, turning left into the lane at the junction where Starbucks Sibu is located and go straight ahead from there.

Author: suituapui

Ancient relic but very young at heart. Enjoys food and cooking...and travelling and being with friends.

10 thoughts on “Attention…”

  1. KL Hockkien mee looks great. I prefer greens in the Hockkien mee instead of cabbage. Next round, Cantonese ying yong or Cantonese kway teow.

    …but cabbage is the standard ingredient in KL Hokkien mee, no greens. I’ll try the ying yong next…or the claypot yee mee.

  2. I agree that the plate looks quite bare with minimum ingredients. 🙂 The owner should really this blog post and give you more meat in your next visit. 😀

    It’s ok, no need for too much added ingredients as this is just for breakfast or 10 o’ clock tea break…not a main meal.

    Actually, I ordered fried noodles at one very nice place once and I asked for RM5…plus another RM5.00 for added ingredients and the taste turned out so very different, not as nice as the hardly-any-ingredient original. Sometimes things do not always turn out the way YOU would expect!

  3. That’s one of the thickest noodle I’ve came across.

    Aren’t all KL Hokkien noodles supposed to be like that? See the one I had at Lot 10 Hutong:

    That one is very nice too. Well, as far as I am concerned, as long as it is not hard and a chore to chew, I’m fine with it. Most importantly, the taste must be right…and very nice.

  4. I always wanted to try KL Hokkien noodles, I am sure I will like it from the look of it.

    I can’t say I am all that fond of the few places where we have this here but this one is really good.

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