We believe there are many people out in the world that would say yes to the hearty yet yummy loh me, again and again. And, we’re no exception and that’s why today we’re covering all the best spots you need to check out in order to score yourself a flavourful bowl of loh mee with nailed-on consistency and texture. Don’t believe us? Continue reading to find out more!
10 Really Good Loh Mee To Check Out In KL & PJ
1. Ah Pui Loh Mee
What does one look for in a bowl of loh mee? Some look at the starchy concoction, while the others look at the texture of the noodles and some might even prioritise the ingredients thrown in. This place takes all of that into consideration when it comes to preparing their loh mee. So, this is how you know it’s the real deal.
? Lot 209-561, 4, Jalan Gombak, Kuala Lumpur.
? 7.30am – 4.30pm (Closed on Sun & Mon)
2. Chew Jetty Penang Chiak
One does not simply underestimate food that comes from The Food Paradise of Asia which is Penang Island. So you shouldn’t do that in this case as well. Taking a mouthful of it would feel like as if this bowl of loh mee has travelled miles and miles from Penang to KL, just so you can have the best meal in your life.
? 3-36A, Jalan Desa 2/4, Desa Aman Puri, 52100 Kepong, Selangor.
? 7am – 2.30pm (Closed on Monday)
3. Hock Kee Ulu Yam Loh Mee
Widely known for their handmade thick yellow noodles that you can’t find anywhere else, each bite has a chewy texture that you’ll absolutely enjoy. To add, the dark broth is nicely cooked together with tender pork meat, pork lard and vegetables to perfection. It tastes extra amazing when you add vinegar into the formula!
? 33, Jalan Hujan Rahmat 3, Taman Overseas Union, 58200 Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur.
? 11.30am – 9.30pm (Daily)
4. Wong Soon Kee
Want to spice things up a bit? Do you love it when different dishes are combined together to create a brand-new, never-heard-before combo? Well, here we have loh pan mee. This funny fusion enables patrons to have the best of both worlds, springy egg noodles of pan mee and also the flavourful starchy broth of loh mee. Doesn’t it sound amazing?
? 1, Jalan SS 14/1, Ss 14, 47500 Subang Jaya, Selangor.
? 6.30am – 3.30pm (Daily), 5.30pm – 9.50pm (Everyday except Tues)
5. Homecook Curry Loh Mee
Did you really think loh pan mee is going to be the last of it? Oh my friend, how wrong were you. Another quirky fusion we have coming up is none other the combination of loh mee and curry mee. Wondering how it would taste? The result of the fusion is actually pretty legit, letting you enjoy the hint of spiciness you normally wouldn’t discover in a bowl of loh mee.
? 2395, Jalan Jinjang Permai 9, Jinjang Utara, 52000 Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur.
? 7am – 2pm (Closed on Mon)
6. Loh Pan Mee @ Paramount Garden
As bizarre as it sounds to fuse loh two completely different dishes – loh mee and pan mee together, it doesn’t hide the fact that it actually brings a new flavour onto the table. A new flavour you might just fall in love with, right at the very first mouth. We shall let you be the judge for that aye.
? 55, Jalan 20/7, Paramount Garden, 46300 Petaling Jaya, Selangor.
? 6.30am – 4pm (Daily)
7. Choon Prawn Mee House
Specialising in prawn mee, their loh mee that lurks in the shadow shouldn’t be ignored as well. Generous amount of ingredients is thrown into the loh mee like fresh prawns, fried shallots and vegetables. All of that adds up to a good bowl of loh mee with amazing savoury broth!
? 13, Jalan 20/14, Taman Paramount, 46300 Petaling Jaya, Selangor.
? 7.30am – 4.30pm (Mon – Wed, Fri), 7.30am – 5pm (Sun & Sat), Closed on Thursday.
8. Hakka Marble Restaurant
Nothing prepares us for the shock when we heard that apparently, there’s white broth loh mee out there. Breaking from the norm of dark-coloured broth, Hakka Marble’s loh mee might look plain but don’t let that appearance fool you. It tastes as scrumptious as its dark-coloured relative! For an extra kick, a few drops of vinegar would be more than sufficient.
? 18, Jalan 34/154, Taman Bukit Anggerik, 56000 Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur.
? 11.30am – 3pm, 5.30pm – 11pm (Closed on Tuesday)
9. Restaurant Lim Mee Yoke
This might look like another bowl of loh mee you can easily get everywhere, but that’s not true at all. The amount of effort put into this bowl will naturally speak for itself. Yellow noodles are nicely al dente, the broth’s effortlessly palatable with heaps of ingredients like shrimps, half-boiled egg and pork slices. Honestly, too good to miss!
? 14, Jalan SS 2/10, Taman Paramount, 47300 Petaling Jaya, Selangor.
? 10.30am – 6pm (Mon – Fri), 9.30am – 4.30pm (Sat & Sun)
10. Thong Kee Cafe Sea Park 溏记海南茶室
Finishing the listicle with loh pan mee sounds pretty damn right. Customers coming from everywhere crowd the cafe for a taste of their crispy croissant, but the next time you’re dropping by, why not give their loh pan mee a rightful tasting? The broth’s truly starchy without being too thick or not thin!
? 33, Jalan 21/1, Sea Park, 46300 Petaling Jaya, Selangor.
? 7am – 4.30pm (Closed on Monday)
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