February 6, 2023

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Lammeeya Damansara Uptown 2014 Review

If you read about the Top 20 Chinese Food in Kuala Lumpur I wrote a few months ago, “Lam Mee” is in the list. It is so unique that you might not able to try it outside Malaysia, I kid you not.

It has many similarities with “loh mee” but lam mee stands out better with the locals. Traditionally, Thick noodles are often used with thick starchy broth with sliced boiled egg, sliced steamed chicken, beansprouts, prawns and sprinkled with chopped spring onions and fried shallots. The most important part is the broth as it must be not too starchy and too salty.

Even though lam mee is popular there are handful stalls or restaurants that are serving good ones. One of my favourite places to have lam mee is Lammeeya. They have quite a number of outlets in Klang Valley so it is convenient for people like me who travelled around. The latest outlet I dine is at their Damansara Uptown outlet. The Damansare Uptown outlet is located 45G, Jalan SS21/37 same row with Village Park Uptown restaurant.

On top of lam mee, Lammeeya also offer various Malaysian Chinese cuisine. Firstly, their Ipoh Style chee cheong fun. Their version of rice roll is smooth in texture and it is very enjoyable with their soy sauce.

Chicken Kuey Teow Soup is also another of their specialty. Even though it is named as chicken kuey teow soup, you can still find large size prawns in this bowl of goodness. With their daily cooked fragrant broth and smooth kuey teow, you will definitely love the simplicity of this.

For char kuey teow lovers, you can look forward for their Duck Egg Char Kuey Teow. Their traditional version of char kuey teow offer generous amount of cockles (siham) and also the fragrant of the duck egg.

The highlight of the restaurant, the lam mee is slightly different than the traditional lam mee with its choices of noodles as well as ingredients. Thus, their version of lam mee offers variations of ingredients of prawns, meat balls, char siew, chicken or mushrooms. No matter what you choose, it is always compliments well with vinegar and sambal. The taste is of gravy is not that salty and also not that starchy.

Their side orders like fried foo chook and fried dumplings are very addictive. They compliments well with the most of the dishes.

Lammeeya also offers traditional Malaysian Chinese home cooked dishes and the restaurant offers a casual and comfortable environment.

Lammeeya Outlets Address and Contacts:

(1) Damansara Uptown: 45G, Jalan SS21/37 Tel: 03-77269513
(2) Empire Shopping Gallery @ LG31 Tel: 03-50222050
(3) 1 Utama LG 333A, New Wing Tel: 03-77274877
(4) Paradigm Shopping Mall @ 2F31 Tel: 03-78868753

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