Char Koay Teow Chinese food Dry Wan Tan Mee Kota Damansara Penang food KL White Curry Mee

Penang Lang Cuisines at Kota Damansara, PJ – Yummm!

I discovered this restaurant while I was on my way to a work-meet. I told myself that once the meeting concluded, I’d be back here for a lunch visit. Almost everyone I know love Penang food and I’m included. Naturally, when I came across this restaurant, I had to give it a go as soon as I can, within the same day.

My friend and I arrived at Penang Lang Cuisines in the middle of lunch hour, to a fullhouse. Luckily, the crowd moves in and out pretty fast, we did not have to wait long for a table to empty. It was evident from the start that this restaurant is a favorite among the working folks nearby because there was no shortage of them during the entire hour I was there, more and more kept coming in as the time passed.


Char Koay Teow (Large), RM 11.50 + White Curry Mee (Large), RM 11.50 + Dry Wan Tan Mee (Large), RM 11.50

Food was good. From the Google reviews I’ve read, there were many raving about the delicious Char Koay Teow served here and so it was a no brainer that I’d give it a go too. Upon trying the dish, I’d agree with the positive reviews. The noodles were good. It had a slightly charred taste to it that was rather appealing, some spiciness too. Besides noodles, the dish also included pork sausage, egg, cockles, taugeh and etc.

The White Curry Mee is another best seller here. At first glance, I assumed that what I’d be getting is some watery mess because that was what it looked like. However, upon giving it a good mix, it turned out okay. Tastewise, it was good. Milky and a little spicy. If you like your Curry Mee with a thick gravy, you might be a tad disappointed here. As mentioned before, the one here is watery but had good flavor. It may not be everyones’ cup of tea. I liked it, you may not. This dish also included cockles, chicken strips, tauhu, prawns. As I am not a fan of pork blood, I opted to go without it.

The Dry Wan Tan Mee was tasty too. The noodles used were thin and springy, which I was a fan of. Together with the ketchup and char siew, made up one good dish.

At the end of the day, food was good and my tummy was filled to the brim with yummy food. I look forward to another visit. I’d like to try their Prawn Mee next.

Address: No. 61, Jalan PJU 5/21, Kota Damansara, Petaling Jaya. (Same area as The Strand Mall)

Opening hours: Tuesdays to Sundays, 8 am – 3 pm. Mondays Closed.

Fb Page: Penang Lang Cuisines | Facebook

Contact Num.: 012 – 695 9379

Signing out now, Ciao.


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