Of course, Lammeeya is no stranger, they are well known for their interesting springy home made noodles, also owned by the same people who own XLW, and also within the same compound, Kwong San Yuen Coffee, so it's a three in one in more ways than one. It makes sense, as they told us, during lunch time, Lammeeya is more crowded, so tables extend into XLW and vice versa for dinner.
It's nice to see Chinese restaurants these days making a bit more effort to "decorate" their premises, with quaint items such as this traditional hotpot pot.
We started of the mini food crawl sampling some noodles from Lammeeya which suited me fine, as I am a real noodle fan. Rice I can live without, but it will be a sad day when I have to give up noodles. And also drinks and the signature Chicken Chop from Kwong San Yuen.
Handmade thin bamboo egg noodles, with lots of yummy bits of mince pork, tossed together for a delicious noodle meal.
In case it wasn't obvious, the ordering of dishes is ala carte, not like some steamboat places where you pay by per head and are stuck with undesired elements such as excessive balls. I prefer it this way actually, where you can pick and choose what you want. And bearing in mind the broth itself is a meal in itself, you can therefore pace your orders accordingly.
Xiao Lao Wang Hotpot 小捞王
100-G021, The School, Jaya One
No. 72A, Jalan Universiti,
46200 Petaling Jaya, Malaysia
Tel: +603 7496 0670
Mon to Sun | 5pm till 10pm