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2, Jalan PJU 5/4, Dataran Sunway, Kota Damansara
Petaling Jaya 47810

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Reviews

From the Burpple community

Instagram-able modern corner shop cafe - serving well-prepared Wanton Mee (at a premium price of course, RM16 and above) and barista-level latte art drinks under one roof - plus some Yakiniku skewers in the evening onwards.

Must say the food is well above par, a place worth visiting as much as their trending reviews.

Within walking distance from Surian station of MRT.

5 Likes

It lives up to it by the repertoire of above par wanton noodles. The Namyu Zha Yuk Mee I had was really good- pork was super crispy + noodles were stringy + egg well done. #burpple

4 Likes

Milo with Ping Ping chocolate, salted ganache, whipped cream and vanilla ice cream. This dessert channeled my inner childhood love for all things Milo. I wasn't expecting this dish to be extraordinary when I ordered it so it definitely took me by surprise when I had my first taste! It was indeed tasty! Too bad the price is a bit more expensive than most of the mains.

2 Likes

This "atas" place for noodles definitely gained it's fame not only for being the new kid on the block. It lives up to it by the repertoire of above par wanton noodles. The Namyu Zha Yuk Mee I had was really good(pork was super crispy + noodles were stringy + egg well done) and the portion was generous. It was served along with sweet scallion soup with 3 wontons.

2 Likes

This trending noodle bar is not the most photogenic (due to bad lighting) but it's so much fun you probably won't be too bothered about 'gramming. Happy to report that the food lived up to its hype. What I had was braised namyu pork reimagined: crispy namyu pork with black fungus paste for dipping. The pork was nicely crisped, tender and flavourful of saltish namyu, which really hit it off with the creamy black paste. The side of wanton soup seems simple enough, and the wantons truly were. On the other hand, the incredibly sweet soup caught us off guard with its fragrance of scallop and scallions. You'll enjoy the noodles if you like authentic HK-style noodles (thin and stringy, these sometimes feel like a convoluted mess in your mouth). Finally, pray for a soft boiled egg done well because even when we had it overdone, the herbal flavours presented much potential.

6 Likes
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