Restoran Lorong Seratus Tahun Curry Mee – SS2

December 31, 2007 – 7:04 am - 11,322 views

Another favourite of ours alongside Bak Kut Teh is Curry Mee!

There’s all different kinds of Curry Mee around, this is the more authentic kind and of the few places in KL where you can actually get it with big cubes of blood!

It’s located in SS2 and is fairly easy to find, parking can be a problem (but then it’s SS2..).

Restoran Lorong Seratus Tahun Curry Mee

It’s been around a fairly long time and has had some minor renovations and a new signboard – but it’s still the same place. It has a pretty simple interior.

Restoran Lorong Seratus Tahun Curry Mee

They don’t have a huge menu – it’s basically just Curry Mee and some side dishes.

The Penang Otak Otak (RM3) is good – not too spicy and quite creamy.

Penang Otak Otak

The Fuk Zhao fishballs (RM4.50) are also excellent, succulent and tender and filled with minced pork! Very tasty indeed.

Fuk Zhao Fishballs

Of course the main reason for going there is the Curry Mee (RM5) – it’s not too thick and some might find it bland (so do whack some chilli in) and it’s packed with lightly cooked cockles and big lumps of coagulated pig’s blood.

Restoran Lorong Seratus Tahun Curry Mee

Make sure you use the right chili though – there’s one type for the Prawn Mee and one for the Curry Mee.

Personally I have the lightweight version with no blood or cockles..

Curry Mee

We definitely recommend this place if you are looking for some authentic Curry Mee!

They are pretty singular in what they do, and they do it well – so we give them a We Ate This 8/10.

We Ate This 8/10

Time and time again we tell people it’s better to have a restaurant that does a few things very well than a lot of things at a mediocre level.

The Address is:

Lorong Seratus Tahun Curry Mee
56 Jalan SS2/66,
47300 Petaling Jaya
Kuala Lumpur

Location on Wikimapia.

Tel: +6016 4120757 or +6012 4067707

Others that wrote about it:

Ky Eats
Julian Si
Less Than Ten
Sasha Bla Bla Bla

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  1. 16 Responses to “Restoran Lorong Seratus Tahun Curry Mee – SS2”

  2. no blood? no cockles? The full version must be for her.

    By KY on Dec 31, 2007

  3. I prefer the thick type of curry.. and no blood..loads of cockles.. and otah otah.. please.. 🙂

    By Mama BoK on Jan 1, 2008

  4. Heard so much about this place; both good and bad. Yet to try it though since i like bloody stuffs. Yumzz.

    By Precious Pea on Jan 3, 2008

  5. the blood looks scary man..but then again, everything dun want then not original curry mee..

    By lotsofcravings on Jan 4, 2008

  6. KY: Hahaha yeah.

    Mama BoK: I like the thicker one too generally but it’s nice to have this Penang style sometimes.

    Precious Pea: Yeah seems to get very mixed reviews.

    lotsofcravings: Yup without it, it’s not original.

    By He on Jan 5, 2008

  7. i went tehre once and will never be going back. the menu says RM4.50 for a bowl of curry mee SMALL(which is already expensive for most folks) and its realli small. the BIG a.k.a. normal size portion is RM5. It tastes like….. A Bowl Of Curry Mee. How good can curry be?Hock Seng or Medan Selera just next door have almost the same kind of curry mee and cheaper too.
    D blood,u can actually ask most stall owners and they DO have coagulated pig blood. I do it all the time.

    5 of us went and it costd us RM9 each for a bowl of curry mee and a drink + shuit cha

    By weeks on Jan 6, 2008

  8. weeks: Well it’s still pretty cheap, places like Laksa Shack are charging more than RM10 for a bowl and they are even worse! I’ll try the other places.

    By He on Jan 8, 2008

  9. Their branch in Phileo Damansara 1 is pork free, so no pig’s blood. The taste do maintain but a bit more pricey. The name is not Lorong Seratus Tahun though, it’s Penang Village.

    By Simon Seow on Jan 15, 2008

  10. Simon Seow: Ah ok, Penang Village slightly different type of restaurant I think. Same as the one in TTDI?

    By He on Jan 16, 2008

  11. The Curry Mee is not to be missed, real authentic Penang style. You must try it with rare cockles though. BTW, the price just went up to RM5.50 🙁

    By Siew on Feb 13, 2008

  12. is this restaurant same like the one at USJ 10???

    By lily on Feb 16, 2009

  13. USJ 10 is another new pork free outlet from them .

    By wan on Feb 17, 2009

  14. Just ate at this place for the first time today. Insipid and has a watered down Klang Valley taste. Probably the worst curry mee I have eaten in KL/Selangor so far and a million miles away from the Penang variety. I can speak with some authority as a Penangite and curry mee lover. My wife and I abandoned the curry mee half way. Yucch!

    By Food Critic on Dec 26, 2009

  15. Yah unfortunately it’s non-halal now and undergone a revamp. It’s not worth eating there any more 🙁

    By He on Jan 6, 2010

  16. For those who ate at this place are mostly from KL.Does any of you knows the history of this curry mee? It started in the 60s at the backlane of Siam road, PG. Later they moved to Lorong Seratus Tahun, and from there the mee got it’s name. The elder brother is still plying the trade at Lorong Seratus Tahun. The younger brother is franchising it in KL.

    By Lawrence on Apr 19, 2011

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