Murni Discovery @ Aman Suria, Sunway Mas PJ

Mamak has never been outdated. Be it the usual the small mamak just around the corner of your house to popular established mamaks like Steven’s Corner or Murni.

These stalls just come, in fact, too handy; so popular among Malaysian youths as hang out spots, due to cheap food and beverages being served 24 hours a day.
Having heard that Murni opened another outlet at Aman Suria apart from their ‘forever crowded’ SS2 main branch, we’ve decided to drop by after work with friends 🙂
What’s Murni’s specialty?
Bet you know better than me 🙂
We would tend to see other patrons ordering stuffs like; Ribena Longan, Mee Raja, Carbonara or Claypot Lou Shu Fan.

Mee Raja – RM8
Tastewise mediocre, with hints of maggi goreng’s flavours but a wee bit dry.
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Mee Utara (Original) – RM5
Definitely gonna spice you up, this serving of flat noodles were drenched with overpowering sauce with chillies, topped with a sunny side egg.
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Claypot Lou Shu Fun – RM5

This seemed to be one of the star of Murni. Yes, it’s nice, but we just don’t find it special somehow. High expectation perhaps? ;P
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Roti Hawaii – RM5
Looks like a Murtabak with topped mayonnaise. SS2’s was better 😉
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Drinks
From top left (clockwise): Mango Special, Watermelon Longan, Ribena Longan, some recommended drink named ‘Poison’.

Murni Discovery

We should’ve ordered Ribena Longan Special instead of the normal serving. The ‘Poison’ drink tasted weird, and did you noticed the chili chucked inside ? Maybe it’s that combination of chili and passion fruit that we can’t tolerate.

Verdict: Disappointing. We still prefer SS2’s outlet in comparison to this new one. Though you’ll find it more comfy to dine-in here, some of the dishes that we craved for were not in the menu as the main chef was at SS2’s outlet. Well, it’s time to pay that crowded mamak a visit again!
Looks like we’ve discovered some unpleasant experience at this new Murni discovery. Oops.
Disclaimer: This is our personal dining experience and we do not intend to forbid patrons/ readers from trying for themselves. Perhaps you think they’ve already improved, do drop by and tell us 🙂

Murni Discovery
Jalan PJU 1/3B
Sunway Mas Commercial Centre
Petaling Jaya, Selangor

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11 Comment

  1. J2Kfm says: Reply

    But I thought Mee Raja is the dry one, that tastes like Maggi with a pepperish tinge?

  2. ~Christine~Leng says: Reply

    lol… got it mixed up for a while. 😉
    yea.. mee raja is the dry one 🙂

  3. jason says: Reply

    Wha…chilli with passionfruit? I thought those were julienne cucumbers (again, julienne cucumber with passionfruit???) ;p

  4. ai wei says: Reply

    lolx, super weird combination XD. never will go for it.

    when's meal again? miss you a lot e

  5. "Joe" who is constantly craving says: Reply

    murni is only awesome with those who have numb tastebuds, usually after a nite of very heavy drinking haha.

  6. yinkoon says: Reply

    Hey, your blog very cheerful. ^^

    You make the background thing yourself?

  7. foodbin says: Reply

    mee raja must be topped with a good gravy to give it substance.

  8. mimid3vils says: Reply

    Went here b4, very generic food ~~

    Chili in a beverage? Oh… who will order this?

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

    Ah!! always love the food at Murni SS2 but the thing that deter me is the crowd and parking!!!

  10. WyYv says: Reply

    It's a shame to tell but I have never been to Murni before =x Will try it if got chance~

  11. Jys says: Reply

    hmm, sometimes ar, their special items are not in the menu, so end up for those that don't visit often enuf also dono got such thing exists… hehe…

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