There's lots to eat at Damansara Uptown. Just go to The Starling or walk along the shophouses and you will find lots of restaurants, coffeshops and cafes. In spite of this, I sometimes find myself wondering what to eat...
I know, I know.... I am supposed to be bringing food from home and all that healthy crap but it takes a lot of effort to cook and it's really not so exciting eating the same things for a few days.
So. I went back to Seng Kee Chicken Rice to try their Katong Laksa. Just curious.
Looks promising. The broth was quite nice. It's like a cross between prawn mee and curry mee.
You can choose your noodles and I like hor fun. In the bowl you will find taufoo pok, prawns (they were crunchy), half an egg and beansprouts.
There is also a small serving of sambal that comes with it. Not bad at all this Katong Laksa.
On another day, it was back to Annie-1 for the Pork Noodles. This used to be on rotation in their weekday lunch specials but is now a permanent feature on the menu.
They ran out of kuay teow so I settled for yellow mee.
The chee yau char is served separately. Three big pieces, very crispy and flavorful. I wish I could have more.
On yet another day, it was Mr Tuk Tuk for the Thai Basil Beef and Som Tam.
I know some people find basil "smelly" but I love it.
I thought this serving of Som Tam was very generous. I enjoyed it. The rice and beef alone would not have been enough to fill me up.
And the rest of the time, I eat good old chap fan at Home Kitchen.