Hari ni merasa mee tarik yang nampaknya baru buka di Taiping.. Cafe yang jual masakan cina muslim ni namanya Mr. Noodle, tempat makan dia berada dalam cafe Legend Inn hotel.
Bila cuba search dalam fb baru tahu Chef Malik yang usahakan cawangan baru mee tarik ni di Taiping, Chef Malik memang ada kedai mee tarik di Manjung sebelum ni.. Beliau habiskan 6 tahun duduk China untuk belajar cara buat mee tarik. Di antara yang paling enak dalam mee tarik ni adalah ia perlu buat dengan handmade tanpa sebarang mesin, skill masak ni memang warga China saja yang pakar dalam tarik2 mee.Read More »
Stumbled upon this restaurant on my news feed. The irony is, we always pass by the restaurant in KL but we never make the effort to visit it. I guess we’re really not that hyped about Chinese Muslim food anymore.
Then again, that didn’t stop us from stalking their Facebook page.
Just look at their fancy shmancy menu! We super love the vibrant colours, overall design and layout. Not to mention, the food photos look highly inviting. Prices are pretty reasonable too.Read More »
Let’s face it. Maintaining the Chinese Muslim food business list is hard! There are always new outlets to add to the list and keeping track is not as easy as we thought. Thankfully, we have family and friends who always share the news to us. Plus there’s Google – forever teasing us with Chinese Muslim food advertisements.
A little back story. Both K and I used to be huge fans of mee tarik. How huge? At any given opportunity, we pretty much tried to go to every possible Chinese Muslim restaurant that sells it!
How about now? Well, K’s taste buds have somehow rather adapted to our local fare, whereas I have moved on to other types of Chinese Muslim food.
Anyway, this doesn’t mean you shouldn’t go ahead and enjoy your delicious bowl of mee tarik. For those who love it, you would probably want to make it your mission to try all the different types of mee tarik imaginable!
And here’s where we make it super duper easy for you. Feast your eyes on the ultimate list for mee tarik restaurants in Malaysia! We’re not sure whether such a list exists, but this is our version of it.
Restaurants are listed in alphabetical order. Click on the restaurant name to go to their website or click on our article to read about our mee tarik adventures.
About two weeks ago, my sister brought my dad to this new Chinese Muslim restaurant in KL – Hezhou Restaurant.
Dad ordered Ba Bao Cha (八宝茶) and my sister ordered Chrysanthemum tea.
Now Ba Bao Cha can be loosely translated as “8 Treasures Tea”. It basically means the tea has 8 types of ingredients. There may be slight variations in terms of the ingredients used in other restaurants, but common ingredients include tea leaves, red dates, goji berries, longan, and rock sugar.
As for my sister’s Chrysanthemum tea, hers was infused with goji berries. A nice touch for that slight natural sweetness.
Do you know the feeling of traveling to another country, only to have this sudden craving to eat something familiar? Something that tastes like the food from your hometown?
Well, we were on our way to Seremban with my in-laws when we decided to stop by China Muslim Restoran in Seri Kembangan for dinner. Took us a while to find the exact location because we weren’t familiar with the place.
We entered the restaurant, found a nice place to sit, and within minutes the waitress came to take our order. My in-laws were ecstatic to see the menu. The restaurant had so many dishes to choose from! We ended up ordering 5 types of noodles dishes for us to share among ourselves.
Perhaps it’s just me, but I felt the portion was huge! My in-laws and K pretty much cleared their plates. Me, on the other hand, had leftovers.
Stuffed and satisfied, we left the restaurant and continued our journey to Seremban.
Salam Noodles used to have an outlet in Wangsa Walk and we used to go there quite a bit. That particular outlet was super clean and airy, plus the service was fast. Even my aunt and sister enjoyed their gastronomic experience there.
Few months down the road, we were quite pleased to know they have outlets in Putrajaya and Cyberjaya since we have to go to both places quite often. Having said that, we have only been to their outlets in Cyberjaya.
Some of the things we like about Salam Noodles is they retained their spacious and airy concept. Portions are still good and they even added new items to their menu. The services is still as good and fast as ever.
If you’re a fan of their dumplings, chili oil, or babao cha, then you should rejoice because they sell packed versions of those items at their outlets.
Did we mention they have a surau? Not sure about the other outlets but the one at Persiaran Flora does! And they offer bottomless drinks! If you’re always on the go and need something quick, then Salam Noodles is the perfect place for you.