Wednesday, March 16, 2011

Hokkien Mee, Reunion Bangsar Village II

The food and blog pace in KL is bewildering. I'm finding it hard to keep up, given all this amazing food. I'm doing my best to keep posting on the really exciting experiences.

Posting an empty plate of Hokkien Mee (Dark Soya Caramel Noodles) might seem silly, but take it to mean a very very good thing. Ask a KLite where the best Hokkien Mee is, and a spray of responses as fierce as flying daggers extolling Reunion in Bangsar Village II fly back. They aren't wrong. The noodles are soft with good bounce, and the even distribution of Chee Yau Zha (Fried Pork Lard) ensures every bite bursts with ambrosial porky magic. Good helpings of fried squid and liver also fall elegantly amongst the noodle.

Reunion is what I call Gastro Mamak, Malaysian food that originated from the lowly hawker stall doing a Cinderella. Three years since opening, and it still ain't pulling its punches. Dishes come in Small, Medium, Large portions, the largest coming in just under RM40. Service is excellent and you can sip Chinese Tea in dignity from wide rimmed cups, under sexy low lighting. Perfect for treating yourself after a long hard work week, with friends and cocktails. Don't forget to check out it's A la Carte and Dim Sum Menu too.

Reunion Restaurant
Lot 2F-17 & 18 Level 2
Bangsar Village II
2, Jalan Telawi Satu
Bangsar Baru
Kuala Lumpur
Tel: +603 2287 3770


Cinnamon and Truffle said...

Oh well, it just means that you need to have it again so that you can post a photo of it. All in the interests of your readers of course.


Hungry Female said...

Ah, that sounds like hard work;-)HF xx