Restoran Meisek is a Chinese restaurant and coffee shop that’s located in USJ 14, Subang Jaya. The restaurant is open throughout most of the day and it houses numerous hawker stalls, all of which have different operating hours which make them only available for certain meals of the day. As such, the crowds that come to get some of the food here can be overwhelming, and it has been this way for many years. Beyond that, some of the stalls here have their own unique story or selling point that set them apart from the others.
For instance, the Sarawak Corner stall is run by a Sarawakian couple, Patrick Lim and his wife. The husband and wife duo specialise in serving two authentically Sarawakian dishes, namely the Sarawak laksa and kolo mee. Many of the Sarawakians that now live in the Peninsula can attest to it’s authenticity, which is greatly attributed to the use of key ingredients like the Sarawak laksa paste.
Then there’s the char kuey teow stall that stands out for being in the minority for using lap cheong (Chinese sausages) in the plate of char kuey teow. There’s also the stall named Lian Kee Chicken Rice, a chicken rice stall that preserves the trademark Ipoh chicken rice recipe the country has fallen in love with, and customers appreciate this considering the large crowds that go for it during dinner time.
In short, there’s plenty to enjoy here at Restoran Meisek; all of which can be enjoyed quickly and affordably.