Friday, November 2, 2018

Nuromen Cafe, Damansara Uptown

The Kuching-origin Nuromen Cafe launched its first peninsular-based outpost recently in Petaling Jaya, specialising in beef noodles, both classic and contemporary: For the former, the garlicky kolo mee seeks to bring a bit of Sarawak to Damansara Uptown, served with beef soup complete with stewed beef, tripe and tendon (RM11.90 for the special); for the latter, have a hearty bowl of ramen-like noodles with Australian Meltique beef and Japanese-style whole onsen egg (RM24). Flavours here are mild and clean, making for a mellow meal.

Nuromen Cafe
28, Jalan SS21/39, Damansara Utama, Petaling Jaya, Selangor, Malaysia. Open Wednesday-Monday, 930am-3pm, 6pm-10pm.



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5 comments:

  1. Our friend, Phong Hong, gave a very poor review of this place. No comments from me, - I have never tried...but it looks like a spin off from the celebrated Kuching Ah Mui beef noodles - dunno if it's connected, dating way back to the 70's and so very nice then. Of course, the old man had died, the descendants are running the show...but unfortunately, I did not like what they dished out the last two times I went to eat at two different outlets.

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    1. Suituapui: ooo, apparently the recipe they’re using here dates back to the eighties at least, so you could be right about its origins. personally I like garlic a lot but I’m not sure the garlicky noodles paired perfectly with the beef broth, which was perhaps not as punchy as expected :)

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  2. I totally understand what you mean by "Flavours here are mild and clean, making for a mellow meal". It's a matter to taste I think, me being more accustomed to stronger flavor profiles.

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    1. Phong Hong: yeah, i generally also am a fan of punchier beef broths :)

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  3. I like strong flavoured food too, perhaps some chili sauce can help to lift up the flavour a bit?

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