Monday, January 12, 2009

Something New....Lammeeya @ One Utama

Saw a new F&B outlet opposite Kluang Station Kopitiam in One Utama recently while trying to decide on a place to lunch. As te outlet was relatively empty compared to its nighbours (aka no waiting time), we thought there's no harm giving it a try.

Like its namesake, this outlet specializes in various type of Lam Mee. My lunch partner ordered their original while I went for something slightly different, the Mushroom Lam Mee.

Original Lam Mee. Looks as good as the one pictured on their wall (see picture at the top of this post).
The Original Lam Mee arrived first and it looked truly promising. My lunch partner was slurping the noodles up in big gulps; a sign that he has given it his seal of approval.

Mushrooms Lam Mee
Soon after, my order arrived. Again, it looked truly tantalizing - assorted mushrooms including big glossy chinese mushrooms on top of thick noodles in a hearty and aromatic broth. And boy, I was so glad that it tasted as good as it looked. Despite my initial doubt that the serving size would be too much for me to finish, I enjoyed every slurp of the noodle up to the very last bite.

Besides Lam Mee, other typical local fares are available too. Their menu was pleasing to browse through as it was filled with gorgeous and mouth-watering pictures of their offerings. In fact, it reminded me of another outlet in JayaOne and I suspect that they could be related.

The noodles are priced around RM10 and above. A tad pricey for a plate of Lam Mee (if compared to the kopitiam version) but then again, the serving was generous, the taste - delicious, and after all, it is located in One Utama.

Will be back to try more.

By the way, Happy New Year, folks!

One Utama, New Wing.
Opposite Kluang Station Kopitiam


ling239 said...

i fully agree with u, at one glance i wonder if this is related to Kissaten at Jaya one, they have very similar menu....^_^

thenomadGourmand said...

guess your paying for the ambiance too then..but glad that it was good..hv u tried the infamous Lam mee in Pudu?

myCoffee said...

Hi ling,

Not yet but there's also another similarly famous lam mee in Damansara Jaya. That's pretty good too.

kampungboycitygal said...

looks good! we gave this place a miss last weekend, thinking that the food musnt be good haha

rokh said...

more choices are coming up in one utama! yay.

myCoffee said...

Hi Citygal,
I do think they are worth trying. :)

Hi rokh,
Yep, good news for the customers.

CUMI & CIKI said...

really that good huh? a tad expensive tho..

mimid3vils said...

Hmm... don like lam mee though :P

Shell (貝殼) said...

Got two new restaurants for me to try in one utama~~ one is New York New York and the other is tis Lam Mee^^

myCoffee said...

Hi cumi&ciki,
Agreed, but i guess part of the price tag goes to their rental.

Hi mimid3vils,
They do have a variety other dishes beside lam mee.

Hi shell,
I saw NYNY. It looks interestesting but from what I have heard so far, they are experiencing some "teething" problems. Will wait a while before paying them a visit. :)

J2Kfm said...

oh opened already?
saw this shop in the renovation period last few months.
lam mee's not really my thing, but given the admirable number of choices you can have it served, i may change my mind. :)

Anonymous said...

they have a new outlet in uptown. serving rice and cakes too. love the bonito osyter porridge ;)