Best Sarawak Kolo Mee in KL

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If you’ve been to Sarawak before, especially in the capital city of Kuching, kolo mee reigns supreme as one of the all-time favourite dishes among the Sarawakian Chinese. In fact, you can also say kolo mee is like a national dish to the them. So, what is kolo mee anyway? To begin with, the word “kolo” literally means “dry mixed” in Chinese. A bowl of kolo mee typically consists of springy thin noodles topped with minced pork, shallots, garlic, dark soy sauce, pepper and most of all, a few slices of juicy char siew (barbequed/BBQ pork) that completes the overall flavour. No doubt a simple, but appetising meal that can be enjoyed any time of the day!

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    Sarawak Kolo Mee @ Restoran OKNon halal 01f78899591256b47a2708a65f6538333b86089a30fbd22545a41deece4ea490

    Upon the first thing you notice in this particular hawker stall at Restoran OK is “100% No Preservative”. Frankly, that sounds comforting enough for an otherwise kolo mee ended up tasting like a packet of instant noodles. Speaking of taste, the kolo mee here has a nice texture of wetness that slips well into your mouth upon consumption. Ingredients-wise, the finely-sliced combo of char siew and fish cakes are both fulfiling, along with a complimentary small bowl of seaweed soup that hits the spot.

    Parking can be a hassle here since TTDI is often jammed with lots of vehicles, especially during peak hours.

    Things to expect

    Reasonable food price in the otherwise upscale residential area of TTDI.

    Best with

    Char Kuey Teow.



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    Sarawak Kolo Mee @ Restoran OK View restaurant

    175, Jalan Aminuddin Baki, 60000, Taman Tun Dr Ismail, Kuala Lumpur
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