Ahwa Hokkien Mee @ off Jalan 222, PJ

An initial thought of heading towards the SS2 food court was diverted to counter some Hokkien Mee cravings at the Famous Jalan 222 Hokkien Mee stall. Having heard so much about this Ahwa Hokkien Noodle specialties, we decided to stop by for dinner on a weekend & we thought of comparing this to another delicious Hokkien Mee stall near my place.

Instantly, I was told that the stall located at Equine Park, Serdang & another near the South City Plaza were was originated from AhWa.
Oooh.. so we are now in the ORIGINAL restaurant. Ahwa Restaurant is situated on the border of Section 14 and Section 51A, off Jalan 222 in Petaling Jaya.

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Their renowned Hokkien Mee off Jalan 222.
Wok Hei will be the word you’re looking for when it comes to ‘dai chow’ fares like Hokkien Mee. I love my Hokkien Mee with lotsa black sauce till it’ll stain my lips! Yum.
Somehow, we find their successor who had established another stall near my place are better. Tastier and not too dry. This portion we had was a wee bit too dry, but passable.

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However, their Wat Tan Hor did not dissapoint us. Just love their gravy to the max.
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Price for Noodles: RM6 per pax

Other stalls were also available at Ahwa besides ‘Dai Chow’.

Lo Bak & Cuttlefish Kangkung was mediocre, but do check out their LaLa (Clams). They would definitely spice you up 🙂

Hokkien Mee Jln 222

Now I don’t need to travel far to get a taste the Jalan 222 Hokkien Mee.

Their successors are just so near my place!


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Restoran Ahwa
66, Jalan 14/48
Petaling Jaya
Note: Located Behind the Shell Station, near the Honda Showroom

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11 Comment

  1. thenomadGourmand says: Reply

    I don think i tried this one yet..but I did try Mun wah at Jln Maharalela &liked it. Thn again me no Hokkien mee fan (too oily n wet for me 😉 )

  2. mimid3vils says: Reply

    I like my Hokkien Mee dry~~

  3. ai wei says: Reply

    bila bawa saya pergi?

  4. foodbin says: Reply

    one of the best around PJ.

  5. xin says: Reply

    i have been there i think….4 years ago :~

    suddenly missing it now …

  6. Nikel Khor says: Reply

    my old time favorite..due to diet nw..cant eat le..is too oily..

    Nikel Khor

  7. kampungboycitygal says: Reply

    i think theres one at aman suria/uptown too. cant rmb

  8. Selba says: Reply

    I want to try it all! Looks so mouth watering!

  9. thule a.k.a leo says: Reply

    u tried the lala 🙂 I love it too!
    when u don't set the standard too high on your taste bud, everything will suddenly seem OK! I did 😛

  10. ~Christine~Leng says: Reply

    thenomadGourmand~
    Chris is a huge fan of Hokkien Mee while for me, I still prefer wat tan hor. Perhaps you could check out their wat tan hor? 🙂

    mimid3vilS~
    then you would love this one 🙂 hehe

    aiwei~
    anytime. They have another stall near my hse. That day ys tapao for our potluck…. it's this one la. haha

    foodbin~
    yea. that's what I heard too ^^

    xin~
    wa… so long. Guess it's time for a revisit? ^^

  11. ~Christine~Leng says: Reply

    Nikel Khor~
    haha. Have this once in a while it's ok i think. We didn't take this too often too. Not healthy ;P Oily… this is kinda one of the wow factor of Hokkien Mee I guess. lol ;P

    kampungboycitygal~
    got ah? 🙂 I tot SK got onli. Not sure ^^

    Selba~
    do they have this type of noodles in Indonesia yea? 🙂
    It's a must try dish when u come visit Malaysia. Hokkien Mee 🙂

    Leo~
    I love the gravy! haha. Thought it was really tasty.But we got kinda chocked up due to their strong frying odour around the restaurant. haha

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