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We have a strong passion for food! We cook, we eat, we even sleep food. We've been fat, thin, fat again n thin back because of food. ( -_-") This blog is to dedicate our happy journey together in the world of food and hopefully to share our culinary experiences with others. For food tasting invites, drop us an email at dark_cloud_abu@hotmail.com


1)Please be informed that some posts do not have sufficient details such as shop picture or price of food as those pictures were taken way before we decided to make this food blog.

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September 8, 2011

Well Cook Gourmet @ SS14 Subang Jaya

Laksa is honestly one of the food we both used to hate as children, even up till now Mr.Foodpacker still do not favor it that much.. until we found this eatery in Subang Jaya that goes beyond the ordinary laksa. A fried one aka Fried Laksa!

Mind the Chinese writing, this place does not serve pork or lard. :) Operational hours: 12pm- 9pm daily.
Popiah. RM5. Tastes like the one from Sister's Popiah minus the crispy bits and add more thinly sliced fresh sengkuang.  It was once taken off from the menu, but due to popular demand the restaurant brought it back. Good appertizer before the main dish.

Fried laksa. RM 6. This is the star of the shop. For those who are not a fan of the normal laksa due to the strong fishy taste, this might be your best substitute. It contains all the main laksa condiments like torch ginger, cucumber and pineapple . The difference are the use of mint leaves instead of laksa leaves (daun kesum) and eggs are added to bring that yummy eggy taste (like char kuey teow). The noodles used are thick, springy and fresh. Taste a little bit like dry fried kuey teow, only better!

Claypot chicken Rice. RM 6. The whole dish taste rather bland. Our advise would be to add the soy sauce provided and mix it well with the chicken and rice. An average meal.
The take-away version of the fried laksa. Look at how well the noodles stick to one another? slimey and yummy. Be sure to mix the whole thing up before you eat! A perfect harmony of laska ingredients. =)

Dishing it out: The fried laksa tastes really good and we highly recommend it to everyone, you might prefer this version of the laksa instead of the soupy one! The taste won't let you down. The popiah as well is a good dish, though some may consider it pricey it is definitely worth the money.

Coming back for more value: YES for the Fried Laksa
Crowd: NO
Cleanliness: CLEAN
Service: GOOD

GPS Coordinates: N3.06792 E101.59275

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 ..and that's our "DISH" of the day!!!!!
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  1. wow, you guys really go eat at non-halal shop

  2. Erin! We dont eat at non halal shops! It is pork-free ;)

  3. wahhh... sedapnya makan yg ada d'atas tu, tergiur aku sekejap! hahahaha

  4. Its alright :D we r planning to visit the levain bakery soon. since many ppl say its nice! wait for our update!

  5. 1 word, awesome!!!!

  6. i know the owner actually. kampung buddy..it is halal...they get chicken sembelih etc from supplier..worker all also muslim.. halal certification is just a paper..


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