So you read our blog and went through our Chinese Muslim food businesses directory. While some of us would make every attempt to travel just for food, a handful of us would rather save ourselves the trouble of travelling so much, preferring to have the food delivered to us.
But why do some people choose to have food delivered to them? Well, it can be any or a combination of the following reasons.
- Can’t be bothered to travel.
- No transport.
- The place has limited access to public transport.
- Not familiar with the area.
- No time to travel.
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.
I recalled that not too long ago there was a cat cafe around this area. Since we’ve never been to a cat cafe, K and I thought we should visit it once just for the experience.
Needless to say, we never found the cafe. Perhaps I remembered the address wrongly. Maybe it has gone out of business. But we did find a China-style Chinese Muslim restaurant. We found Mee Tarik Sulaiman.
Although their menu options were quite limited, they did offer a few interesting food items. For example, you can hardly find the bread that we ordered at other Chinese Muslim restaurants. Besides the bread, ordering mi tarik was a must. We spent a good one hour there before calling it a day.
Since that very first visit, it’s been a while since we went back to the restaurant. Hopefully it’s still there because we really enjoyed their food. I particularly love their decorations as it reminded me of the small restaurants I went to in China.
Mee Tarik Sulaiman