Tuesday, June 16, 2009

Aneka Selera Chicken Cuisine Restaurant @ Shah Alam

Went to Aneka Selera Chicken Cuisine Restaurant at Hicom-Glenmarie Industrial Park in Shah Alam last Saturday. It is located just one block away from Meng Kee Char Siew Restaurant.

The shop offers a lot of food varying from rice to noodles. It's a small scale food centre equipped with air-cond but i can hardly feel the chill. They also provide catering services for office function and lunch take-out delivery.

This place is famous for its curry noodle. My friend is very keen to try it out and straight away ordered a standard bowl of curry noodle, without the cockles.

Curry Noodle @ RM4.50. The service is fast and food arrived just 5 minutes after my friend placed the order. The Curry Noodle looked really redish. It is served with vegetables, one whole boiled egg (which is rare), Tau Pok (bean curd puffs), curry chicken and potatoes.

I was told that the curry was chilli hot and spicy. In fact, it was too spicy. My friend was of the opinion that apart from being spicy, a good curry should also taste flavourful. Spiciness alone does not constitute great curry. Overall, it was still considered good.

As for me, i ordered a large plate of hakka mee. I have always like hakka mee and tend to order it if i was given a choice. By the way, hakka mee is uncommon as compared to wan tan mee.

Hakka Mee @ RM7.50. This must have been the most expensive Hakka Mee i have ever had! As you can see, the home-made noodles were dotted with minced pork topping and 3 deep-fried wontons.

Hakka cuisine concentrates on the texture of food, and it is clearly shown in this Hakka Mee. The noodles were smooth and tender, without any whatsoever hint of lye taste. Personally, i liked the subtle base taste of the noodles.

The noodles are served with a bowl of white radish soup. It was extremely good, taste like home-style and very flavourful indeed. It was so unusual to see soup accompanied by a BIG dumpling packed with minced pork (Sui Kow), 3 BIG pork balls and chunks of radish.

This is something worth noting. The Suet Cha (Iced Chinese Tea) @ RM0.50 comes in a plastic cup. Never seen Suet Cha served in this way. An eye-opener indeed.

One might think the Hakka Mee is just overkill. But to me, after having regretably disappointing food for 2 consecutive weekends, the fact that the Hakka Mee was a bit on the pricey side yet substantial portion with more variant and most importantly above average standard, i have no complaint.

Add: No. 6, Jalan Pekedai U1/36, Seksyen U1, Hicom-Glenmarie Industrial Park, Shah Alam.
Tel: 03-5569 5293
Opening Hours: 6am - 11pm.

[Disclaimer: The opinion expressed here are based entirely on personal taste buds, view and preference and may vary from others.]

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