8, Jalan USJ 14/1K
Subang Jaya 47530

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07:30am - 11:30pm

07:30am - 11:30pm

07:30am - 11:30pm

07:30am - 11:30pm

07:30am - 11:30pm

07:30am - 11:30pm

07:30am - 11:30pm

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Lian Kee takes over this hawker gem of a coffeeshop at night, and food’s delicious. It’s a simple menu: chicken rice/porridge and some add-ons here and there. Hats off to that really tender and flavourful chicken and minced ginger (as much as you want) for this A+ dinner.

A kopitiam in Subang that's full of people. 30mins of ride, 15mins of waiting table, 30mins of wait for the food to be serve.

All for the plate of Sarawak kolo mee. First time ordering a kolo mee and only realize I suppose to mention "add red" when I make my order to have the orange looking noodle. Order a second plate just to try out the difference.

Ya, the one that "add red" taste a lot better 😍


My momma told me not to tell lies. So here I am to tell you that it isn't the best laksa I've tasted, but you could say it's the best around the area.

Personally, really loved the thick laksa broth and how it's kinda spicy at the same time a little sour-ish. Almost tasted like curry mee but not there yet.

💸 Avg price: RM 7


This two-lot coffeeshop at USJ14 is known for its variety of stellar hawker eats under one roof. The seats are indoors, the space is hygienic and service is speedy — perfect for a reliable lunch with a friend or even the whole family. Noodles are what to come for. Order the slurp-worthy Kolo Mee (from RM5.50), well-oiled curly noodles topped with chunky minced pork, lean char siew and a sprinkling of crispy fried garlic and pork lard bits. The Kuching-born aunty who runs this stall is a stickler for quality, so you can count on goodness in every bowl. The same goes for their delicious Sarawak Laksa (RM7), rice vermicelli steeped in piping-hot broth made from pungent Sarawakian sambal paste. Apart from East Malaysian eats, Meisek also houses a top-notch Char Kuey Teow stall. At RM5.50 a plate, this wok hei-packed plate is easily our favourite in the area. Portions present value and it comes with an abundance of cockles, prawns and fish cakes. Come nightfall, the restaurant turns into a prized spot for an Ipoh-style chicken hor fun dinner!
Avg price per person: RM10
Photo by Burppler Justin Lim


Curious for a taste of Sarawakian cuisine? Then head to Restoran Mei Sek in USJ 14 for delicious Kolo Mee (RM5.50) and Sarawak Laksa (RM7)! Both are delicious, but I usually opt for the laksa, which looks nearly identical to curry but is actually made with coconut milk and Sarawak-imported condiments. A squeeze of lime (provided on the side) definitely helps bring out the flavours of the broth. If you prefer your noodles on the spicier side, feel free to request for belacan or chilli for extra heat. Thanks to its authentic flavours, these dishes tend to run out by mid-day even though the hawker centre operates daily from 6.30am to 3pm. Be sure to get there before it’s too late!
Avg Price: RM10

Interested in a glimpse of East Malaysia? Desiring the taste of the infamous Sarawak cuisines? Then indulge your taste-buds with the nationally renowned Kolo Mee and Sarawak Laksa lurking within USJ 14 at Restoran Mei Sek.

A squeeze of lime definitely brings out the flavours of the broth, which looks almost identical to curry but in actual fact consists of coconut milk with spices and Sarawak imported paste. If you prefer your laksa on the spicier side, feel free to request for belacan or chili to achieve your ideal flavours.

With the price of only RM 5.50 and RM 7 for their Kolo Mee and Sarawak Laksa respectively, a final taste and presentation that mirrors those of that found in the East, it is no surprise that stocks tend to run out by mid-day. Opening daily from 6.30am to 3pm, be sure to get there before it’s too late!