Uncle Seng Restaurant @ Subang Jaya

3 03 2011

Having heard so much about the famous handmade noodle at Uncle Seng Restaurant, I managed to try it out a few months ago. What makes Uncle Seng’s noodle special is that apart from being hand made, the noodles are cooked without any ‘black sauce’. Hence, if you order a plate of Char Siew Wanton noodle, you will definitely see the texture of the noodle in its original colour.

The place was crowded during Sunday morning and it is easy to see why as Uncle Seng is very well know among food lovers. While the noodle comes with a choice of curry chicken, chicken feet mushroom, shredded chicken, deep fried pork and etc, I chose the Char Siew Wanton which costs RM 5.50 for a large portion.

The char siew wasn’t the best I have tried so far but I like the way it was prepared at Uncle Seng – plain and simple. The wanton also tasted as how I expected it to be.

The highlight was the noodle of course. It has a thicker texture and you can tell that it was freshly made. Overall, the dish as a light and natural taste to it. The absence of black sauce does not detriment the taste at all!

Personally, I like the noodle at Uncle Seng. As I have mentioned before, the number of people eating there is an indication of how popular the place is.

Uncle Seng Restaurant
No, 68, Ground Floor, Jalan SS15/4B
47500 Subang Jaya
Selangor Darul Ehsan

Business Hour: 8 a.m. – 4 p.m. daily (Closed on Monday)

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MC Curry Noodles @ Glenmarie

23 05 2010

Last week, while venturing out of my office for lunch, I recalled my colleague mentioning about this famous curry noodle restaurant at Glenmarie, Shah Alam some time ago. And since my taste bud was itching for something spicy that day, we headed down to the place to find out what the buzz was all about.

The first thing that struck me was the name of the name of the restaurant called MC Curry which sounded like an infrignment of trademark of another famous fast food restaurant. But upon searching the Internet, I found out that the owner is actually a ‘Mat Salleh’ named Mcculloch (his grandfather was a Scottish that married a local Chinese), hence the word ‘MC’ on their signage.

My colleague ordered their curry noodle soup which comes with chicken meat, tau fu pock, cockles among other things. The soup smells good and according to her, it was certainly tasty.

Yummy….

I took the dry version of curry noodle. I know that curry noodle taste best with soup but curiosity got the better of me and decided to try that instead. Thankfully, it was good.

The gravy was thick and flavoursome. Coupled with generous amount of potatoes, fried shallots and black sauce, it was a lip smacking meal.

Since the place is very packed during lunch hours, it is advisable to go early to get a seat.

Restoran MC Curry Noodles
No.7 Jalan Juruaudit U1/37
Section U1, 40150 Shah Alam, Selangor
Tel: 016 2770131

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