Monday, September 20, 2010

'La Zha mee' @ Lukut

Excuse me of my poor photography skill. The last word (name of the shop) was accidentally 'eaten' up. haha... The name is actually 'Mian Jiu'.

Yesterday, we brought the kids to PD for a fun time again. Since my parents were here in Seremban, we invited them along. The smiles on their faces were just priceless !

We planned to have our breakfast at this famous restaurant @ Lukut. Hubby and I had tried once many years ago but it was my parents' 1st. The Chinese wording on the sign board (pic above) read as 'La Zha Mien' which sounds like 'Dirty Noodle'. But it does not carry that meaning. As I heard from people, long long ago, this shop accepted fresh ingredient brought by customers and the chef will cook and served. However, sometimes the chef got confused and mixed the ingredient of customer A with customer B which leads to arguments. This is how the name of the noodle was created. Interesting huh!

And I also heard from people that the noodles are handmade!


Dried version mixed with dark soy sauce. The noodle were served 'kosong' because it is suppose to be eaten with the main 'star'.

Fried version with added pork and vege.

We personally prefer the fried version despite it is more oily because it has some kind of unique aromas. It is also softer (not soggy) compared to the dried version.


This is the MAIN 'star'. A big bowl of soup with mixed ingredient like fishball, meatball, pork (very very tender), leafy vege, soft taufu and 'fu chok' (beancurd sheets).

They do served seafood soup with prawns and white pomfret but we opted for a non seafood style because dad and mum prefer something simple.

Both of my parents simply loves it ! This is the 1st time they did not complaint of SALTY when eating out but they still complaint of OILY. Mum always said Seremban food is very salty and oily. *shake head* Eating out is like that, isn't it? haha

Dad loves the soup and he thinks it is unique to be eaten with noodles plus the ingredient. Maybe next time we should order the seafood version. Bet the soup will be sweeter !

For 2 plates of noodles and a big bowl of soup (for 2), we paid around RM20.

I do not have the address for this shop, but it is located opposite of Lukut KFC. It is along a stretch of shophouses and look out for the shop's name. You will be able to find it. Be there early, else the shop will be packed. If not mistaken, they only served breakfast.

28 comments:

  1. ooohhhh...have to go next time we are at PD !

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  2. The mee certainly looks good... Yum!

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  3. wah the soup looks very yummy!

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  4. Wow, I've never been to PD la.. the mee so good ar? hmm, must try it IF I have the chance..

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  5. hey ... this is something new to me.. the mee looks good.. yes, the soup looked a bit oily..hehehe.. but lantak la.. wallop first.. hahaa...

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  6. I heard about this mee before but not sure how they come about this name. Never try this mee before but it certainly looks good

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  7. Ann ~ Give it a try if you happen to be in Lukut.

    suituapui ~ The fried on is better (for us la). But the dried one is not too bad too.

    Mummy J ~ Actually it has more ingredient but was half eaten only I remember to take a photo. hehe

    Hayley ~ haha...yes...if you got the chance, try it.

    reanaclaire ~ The noodles are even more oily....but surprisingly we did not feel 'lau' after eating.

    Mommy Ling ~ Next time make a trip to PD and give it a try. The shop is in Lukut town.

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  8. This looks delicious especially when it can be eaten with something soupy.. I like anything and everything soup. :)

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  9. Mmmmm....i love noodles and this one looks delicious.

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  10. You seem like beach very much wor. The food look tempting at very cheap price too.

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  11. Inspired Momx1 ~ The soup are very tasty and does not make you feel thirsty after meal. I love soup too.

    p & p mum ~ Have you tried them?

    mommy to chumsy ~ Indeed very delicious but a bit too oily. Nevertheless, it won't make you feel greasy at all.


    vickylow ~ Oh yes...WE love the beach. haha...relaxing and nice view. Good for our eyes. We actually ordered small portion to share out because dad and mum don't take heavy breakfast.

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  12. The soup sure looks very oily~

    Can drink coke to get rid of the taste.

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  13. The food looks good. And not expensive too. :)

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  14. I prefer fried noodles too. The main star looks so yummy. I don't even know where Lukut is. *paiseh*

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  15. the soup looks yummy!!! i like the ingredients!

    i remember there was shop around PD that sell curry + bun... very yummy

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  16. i actually find the plain one looks nicer, strange eih?? haha..

    yeah, i sometimes wonder why they are called "la zha", i would thought it's because they have very messy (i mean a lot of variety) ingredients for the noodles??

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  17. These dirty noodles will not give you tummy upset later haha. Usually old folks would love anything with soup quite common of them..

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  18. I've heard so much about this "dirty noodle" but never tried it. Looks good! Will definitely suggest this on our next PD trip :)

    So... u came here instead of going to PGH? Hehe...

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  19. Googled. Found the address

    久拉揸面食
    Kedai Makanan & Minuman Mian Jiu
    No. 1854, Jln Besar, 71010 Lukut
    电话: (012) 3538 307
    营业时间:6.30am - 1.30pm (星期一休息).
    如何前往: 从波德申直往芦骨大路约30分钟, 就会看到右手边有间肯德基家乡鸡(KFC)和一间废置的中华小学, 久拉揸面食就在对面其中一间店屋.

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  20. yum yum! really want to try these food one day!! I never really got to tried these lah. maybe I should go malay one day eh??

    Have a lovely monday :)
    jen @ www.charmoflife.ca

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  21. OMG... looks so yummy... shouldn't have come here before bfast! Sobs! lapar liao!

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  22. I only know Lukut Curry Chicken bun and now another one, Dirty Mee...OKOK ...remember liao, opposite KFC right?

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  23. I only know Lukut Curry Chicken bun and now another one, Dirty Mee...OKOK ...remember liao, opposite KFC right?

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  24. yum yum! really want to try these food one day!! I never really got to tried these lah. maybe I should go malay one day eh??

    Have a lovely monday :)
    jen @ www.charmoflife.ca

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  25. I prefer fried noodles too. The main star looks so yummy. I don't even know where Lukut is. *paiseh*

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