Wednesday, January 27, 2016

Nam Heong Ipoh @ Da:Men USJ Subang

Ipoh's venerable Nam Heong kopitiam brand launches its first modern restaurant in the Klang Valley this month, promising heaps of hawker fare to partner with Ipoh's classic egg tarts, tau fu fah & white coffee. There's a real reason to rush here before the end of this month: Until Jan. 31, 2016, Nam Heong at the Da:Men Subang shopping mall is offering several of its signature dishes at an unbeatable opening promo price of RM2 per plate or bowl (excluding 6 percent GST), including chicken hor fun, chicken rice, char siu rice, siu yok rice, & best of all, char kuey teow sprinkled with cockles & crunchy bits of pork lard. It's a worthwhile bargain, especially since there seems to be no skimping on the ingredients in each serving - you could have a fuss-free meal with a glass of iced water for RM3 per person. A reminder: The offer is valid all day long till this Sunday only. 

Nam Heong Ipoh
LG 21, Da:Mén, Persiaran Kewajipan, USJ 1, Subang Jaya, Selangor. Daily, 10am-10pm

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13 comments:

  1. Wish they open one near my office, I will visit them frequently for sure, hehe.

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    1. CK: heheh, i wouldn't mind having that char kuey teow once a week :D

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  2. I love the clock and the exposed brick, and I am getting hungry looking at your photos! :)

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    1. Linda: i hope you had a nice meal to banish that hunger! :)

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  3. Sure looks nothing like our regular kopitiam or hawker centre. I wonder what the prices will be like after this Sunday. :D

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    1. Suituapui: heheh, i think the price per plate could be about RM10 or less, based on what i noticed from the other non-discounted dishes :)

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  4. I've not eaten at Nam Heong in Ipoh before....but, yay, now it can be found in KL! Hope it's good. Eh, where's the famous Ipoh white coffee? Heehee! :D

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    1. Contact.ewew: hopefully nam heong at subang will be able to satisfy ... especially if people originally from ipoh come to visit, heheh! :D ooo, i'm not really a fan of white coffee, so we ended up skipping that :D

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  5. I like their plates haha; bet there are many people queuing for the opening promo!

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    1. Ken: hopefully they'll be able to handle the crowds well, especially during weekends! :)

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  6. All yummy Ipoh delicacies under one roof and a more comfortable place, thumbs up!

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    1. Choi Yen: yeah, good for those of us who don't travel to ipoh very often, heh :)

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  7. i just visited the place, had dry lou she fun that comes with 6 pieces of yong tau fun, the portion of the noodles is so small, probably "just a layer" on the plate!

    The egg tart is good. So i might only go back for that.

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