Any Malaysian Chinese worth his/her salt would enjoy a good, pipping hot bowl of loh mee: fat wheat yellow noodles in a thick gravy with seafood or bits of meat, served with a good dose of black vinegar. Mmmmm super delicious!
My sisters took me Wei Sun in Bandar Menjalara, Kepong where they serve loh mee with brandy in lieu of vinegar. Of course a bottle of vinegar is readily available at every table, but give the brandy-mixed a try first lah!
I think their loh mee is pretty decent and above average. Can go back again one! The noodle dish is fragrant and has bits of ham, prawns, teeny weeny bits of crab meat and mock abalone in a thick, slightly starchy egg gravy. A RM25 bowl can easily feed 3-4 people, do keep some stomach space for other dishes.
For greens, we had stir-fried young fern shoots (RM10). The vege was springy and delicious to eat but the stir-fry sauce was a tad salty. They seem quite big on pork spareribs (pai guat) and offer it in several ways. We had it in two-styles (RM25) – one half smothered in a slightly spicy salad cream and the other half in honey. Succulent pieces of tender meat, yum!
There you go, another restaurant to check out
Restoran Wei Sun
47 Jalan 9/62A, Bandar Menjalara, Kepong.
52200 Kuala Lumpur
Tel: 03-6277 9033
Directions from 1Utama on Google Map