Melawis Mee Hun Kuey, is tucked away in a quiet neighborhood of Taman Melawis Klang.
It a hidden treasure that has stood the test of time and weathered even the toughest storms, including a global pandemic.
This humble yet resilient restaurant has been serving the most delightful hand-torn Mee Hoon Kueh, along with other classics, making it a beloved spot for the locals.
Join me as I share the heartwarming story that has become a beacon of comfort and community.
The journey of this restaurant began humbly decades ago, when a determined and passionate family started selling their hand-torn Mee Hoon Kueh. Despite facing numerous challenges, their dedication and love for the craft shone through, attracting a small but loyal group of regular customers. With persistence and hard work, they managed to keep this tiny shop in Taman Melawis going.
Melawis Mee Hun Kuey's Menu
Firstly, the star of the menu, the Hand-Torn Mee Hoon Kuey, is the essence of traditional comfort food.
The dough is lovingly knead and hand-torn into irregularly pieces, giving the dish a rustic charm. The Mee Hoon Kueh is served in a clear, flavorful broth that has been simmered to perfection. Every spoonful warms the soul, transporting you back to simpler times. One can also opt for Loh Mee version.
Second, apart from Mee Hoon Kueh, the shop offers other mouthwatering delights too. One such dish is their Curry Noodles. Its packs a delightful punch of flavors. Today, I opt for their curry noodles (personal preference). Their red wine noodles and loh mee is among its regular favourite too.
Finally, for those with a more adventurous palate, the Red Wine Noodles is a must-try.
What do We Like about Melawis Mee Hun Kuey?
In summary, in a world where modern cafes and bistros seem to dominate, this humble shop stands as a testament to beauty of tradition. Simple yet resilience, with the power of community.
Its classic Hand-Torn Mee Hoon Kueh, delectable Curry Noodles, and surprising Red Wine Noodles, are the many reasons why people flock to this unassuming spot.
So, the next time you find yourself in the vicinity of Taman Melawis Klang, make sure to pay a visit to this gem.
Address: 21, Lintang Gangsa, Jalan Melawis, 41200 Klang, Selangor.
Operating Hours: 8am to 2.30pm – Closed on Tuesday.