33, SS2/30
Petaling Jaya 47300

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10:00am - 10:00pm

10:00am - 10:00pm

10:00am - 10:00pm

10:00am - 10:00pm

10:00am - 10:00pm

10:00am - 10:00pm

10:00am - 10:00pm

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The menu at this restaurant is unlike any other — think sharkfin mee sua, fried seafood rolls and abalone porridge! For tasty comforts on a rainy night, take your partner here for a warm, hearty dinner. Order the Sharkfin Mee Sua Tow (RM13 per pax). Reminiscent of real shark fin's soup, the soupy, silken noodles topped with imitation shark's fin beats the former with inviting flavours. This only gets better with a dash of vinegar. In the large crockpot, also expect to find hidden seafood gems like large prawns, fish slices and luxurious fish maw — all for just RM13! Apart from the mee sua, a must-order here is the Octopus (RM13). Steamed for a fresh, bouncy bite, the squiggly snack is invigorating when dipped into the spicy sauce it's served with. We just have to warn you that it's insanely addictive and will likely warrant another order!
Avg price per person: RM20
Photo by Burppler Trisha Toh

Mee Sua with mixed seafood something different from having rice all the time.


Mee Sua Tow is also known as mee sua, (麵線), a wheat noodle of hokkien origin. Because of the intercultural exchanges, it was common for other communities such as the teochew to adapt the use of this noodle. This dish consist of a vicious starchy soup filled with seafood such as scallops, fish, clams, squid and crab sticks, and in the teochew tradition, loaded with garlic and coriander.

The noodle soup dish had a very starchy consistency and was very sweet with the briny flavours of the seafood. The mixture of seafood gave the dish quite a luxurious feel, including the use of Pacific clam and sea asparagus. Imitation shark fin is also used, giving it that nostalgic texture. The great thing about this dish is it manages to taste like the shark fin soup of yesteryears. Pro tip: add a dollop of black vinegar.

💵 RM13.00 / person
💫 5 / 5
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Steamed octopus with super yummy sauce.. best paired with beer 😍😍😍


Steam Octopus with the Sambal mixed with fried garlic.