Best Mee Suah in Subang Jaya

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Among all the different noodle varieties we’re exposed to on a daily basis (i.e. kuey teow, mee hoon, yee mee, yellow mee, etc.), mee suah (often called longevity noodles) is one of the lesser utilised ones, and for a very good reason. This is due to the fact that the noodles are cooked during important festivities and signifies long life in Chinese culture (as such is a traditional birthday food). Knowing this, cooking this special type of noodles requires a great deal of care and attention to obtain its firm yet slurpy consistency, regarless if it’s fried or in a soup. So here are a few places in Subang Jaya that do this noodle variety justice.

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    The oyster mee suah at Snackz It is proof that sometimes good things come in small packages. This little paper bowl of goodness is filled with the aforementioned oysters, mee suah, as well as chilli paste, shredded chicken, fried shallots, and a sprig of coriander for garnish. The mee suah is cooked in a thick soy sauce base to give the dish more body. As far as flavours are concerned, the shredded chicken works well with the mee suah and thick soy sauce base. The oysters help give a new dimension to the dish with its briny flavour, while the chilli paste gives the bowl a decent amount of heat, both of which help to elevate the dish even further. The use of fried shallots helps give another texture to work with besides the wet and thick mee suah.

    Tips

    Eat the bowl of mee suah while its hot to best enjoy it.

    Things to expect

    The oysters can be replaced with cuttlefish balls.

    Best with

    A mocktail from the mocktail bar next door will greatly help to wash down this dish.

    Price

    RM8.00

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    Snackz It @ Da:men Mall View restaurant

    1, Persiaran Kewajipan, Ss 15, 47600 Subang Jaya, Selangor, Malaysia, 47600, Subang Jaya, Selangor
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    Restoran Teow Chew Meng @ Subang JayaNon halal 01f78899591256b47a2708a65f6538333b86089a30fbd22545a41deece4ea490

    The sharkfin mee suah has been a favourite of fans of Teow Chew cuisine around the Subang Jaya area for many years now. This thick and heavenly concoction is comprised of an abundance of seafood such as fish, prawns, crab sticks, fish maw and sea asparagus, as well as camouflaged shark fin, rice noodles and the aforementioned mee suah. The selection of seafood and camouflaged shark fin as well as the thick consistency of the soup go hand in hand very well, while the mee suah itself has the consistency that allows it to retain a pleasurable bite to make it stand out in the mix.

    Tips

    Mix in some soy sauce and/or vinegar to help add a little more flavour to your bowl.

    Things to expect

    There are packets of mee suah also sold here.

    Best with

    Have the 3 taste oyster side dish to compliment this main dish well.

    Price

    RM11.00

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    Restoran Teow Chew Meng @ Subang Jaya View restaurant

    3, Jalan SS 14/1, Ss 14, 47500 Subang Jaya, Selangor, Malaysia, 47500, Subang Jaya, Selangor
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    +603-78779298

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    Restoran Keong SengNon halal 01f78899591256b47a2708a65f6538333b86089a30fbd22545a41deece4ea490

    The fried mee suah at Restoran Keong Seng is kept pretty simple, yet it doesn’t skimp on flavours. The dish contains mee suah that’s fried with a generous amount of soy sauce, some fish cake, chunks of chicken/pork, as well as a few crunchy vegetables that include cabbage, bean sprouts, spring onions, and a few others. The noodles are fried to the point that it fuses well with the soy sauce base and is still firm to the bite whilst being easy to slurp in. The textural contrast between this and the variety of crunchy vegetables in the dish makes every bite of this plate of mee suah very enjoyable.

    Tips

    Mix the plate well to ensure a good proportion of the ingredients with each spoonful.

    Things to expect

    A number of pictures of the owner and a few celebrities are posted on the wall next to the cash counter.

    Best with

    A glass of Chinese tea will help to wash down this plate of fried goodness.

    Price

    RM10.00

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    Restoran Keong Seng View restaurant

    6, Jalan SS 14/2, Ss 14, 47500 Subang Jaya, Selangor, Malaysia, 47500, Subang Jaya, Selangor
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    +603-56355649

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    10:00AM—10:00PM
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    SRK Noodle HouseNon halal 01f78899591256b47a2708a65f6538333b86089a30fbd22545a41deece4ea490

    SRK Noodle House stick to their namesake and provide a mee suah dish that has an undeniable Sarawakian touch. A prime example of this is the Foochow red wine mee suah chicken soup, which features a chicken broth fused with red rice wine flavour and old ginger that has an incredibly distinct flavour. The flavour of the broth has been absorbed by the succulent chicken pieces, as well as the mee suah which is still firm enough to retain a good bite, yet delicate enough to just slurp in without any resistance. The bowl also has some spring onions thrown in for good measure as a garnish and for freshness.

    Tips

    The dish is only available during the weekends.

    Things to expect

    The dish can also be had with mee hoon and kuey teow.

    Best with

    Have a side of char siew if you want to make the meal more filling.

    Price

    RM12.50

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    SRK Noodle House View restaurant

    84, Jalan SS 15/4b, Ss 15, 47500 Subang Jaya, Selangor, Malaysia, 47500, Subang Jaya, Selangor
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    +6016-9000978

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    10:00AM—09:00PM
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    Murni Discovery have taken fried mee suah to a vastly different territory with their signature mee raja dish. The mee raja is much lighter and simpler than most other plates of fried mee suah that tend to be very heavily flavoured with soy sauce and other flavourings. The plate consists of seafood ingredients such as prawns, squids, crabsticks, as well as decent chunk of vegetables that include spring onions, spinach, cabbage, as well as some chicken pieces thrown in for good measure. When you dig into the mee suah, the smoothness of the noodles is certainly there. This works well with the chunky and crunchy seafood and vegetables that are topped on the noodles.

    Tips

    Mix the plate well to distribute all the ingredients in the plate well.

    Things to expect

    A slew of other ingredients can be added to the mee raja.

    Best with

    The fresh juices sold here will help wash down this rich dish.

    Price

    RM8.00 to RM32.00

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    Murni Discovery @ Subang Jaya View restaurant

    39-41, Ground Floor, Jalan USJ 9/5P, Subang Business Centre, 47620 , Subang Jaya, Selangor
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    0123392599

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    08:00AM—02:00AM
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    Restoran Kwai SunNon halal 01f78899591256b47a2708a65f6538333b86089a30fbd22545a41deece4ea490

    The duck mee stall in Restoran Kwai Sun in SS15, Subang Jaya could be considered a hidden gem even to Subang residence. The stall has been at the forefront of the unique combination of mee suah and poached duck for many years. The duck has been poached to the point of tenderness, which goes perfectly with the smooth and firm consistency of the mee suah. The clear duck broth that envelopes both these components does a great job of adding a great deal of flavour to both components as they have absorbed it. The dish also comes with a sprinkling of goji berries and spring onions for some freshness.

    Tips

    Make sure to mix the bowl around well to let off some of the heat blocked by the duck fat.

    Things to expect

    A side of chilli padi in soy sauce is served to add more heat and flavour.

    Best with

    A glass of Chinese tea will help to deal with all the duck fat in the bowl.

    Price

    RM5.50 to RM6.50

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    Restoran Kwai Sun View restaurant

    5-7, 7G Jalan SS15/4G, 47500, Subang Jaya, Selangor
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    Putien @ SS15 CourtyardNon halal 01f78899591256b47a2708a65f6538333b86089a30fbd22545a41deece4ea490

    The mee suah dishes at Putien in the SS15 Courtyard mall (namely the Mazu Mee Sua and the Putien Ca Fen) are definitely a cut above the rest. For starters, the mee suah used to make these dishes is handmade using traditional methods, following a recipe that’s unique to Putien. This makes sure the noodles don’t turn soggy once they’re cooked, which is very much the case with these two dishes. The dishes also contain a decent amount of vegetables such as snow peas, mushrooms, nuts and dry seaweed for garnish, as well as seafood like prawns and clams. The use of a fried egg greatly adds more body to the dish as well.

    Tips

    Go for the Putien Ca Fen is you’re looking for more than just mee suah.

    Things to expect

    Dry packets of mee suah and other noodles are sold separately here.

    Best with

    The Putien style “Bian Rou” soup with vinegar will be a great appetiser for the mee suah dish.

    Price

    RM13.90 to RM29.90

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    Putien @ SS15 Courtyard View restaurant

    74, Persiaran Jengka, 47500 Subang Jaya, Selangor, Malaysia, 47500, Subang Jaya, Selangor
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    +60356123377

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    11:30AM—10:00PM
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