Saturday, July 14, 2012

Lui Cha Manjalara

My first experience with Lei Cha / Lui Cha was about a year or two ago in Hor Poh Tmn Sri Sinar. I found it quite pleasant and healthy so I have been looking to trying this dish from other restaurants/stalls ever since. A friend told me about this place some time ago and before long, I was there to check it out.

Lei Cha / Lui Cha. Stir, Pour, and Eat :)
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Hakka Lui Cha. Some say the corn shouldn't be there. It didn't bother me at all though.
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I don't like to pour the whole bowl of soup into my rice mixture so it's just one spoonful at a time for me :D
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Price: RM5.50. There was probably a little bit of MSG in it as I felt slightly thirsty a while after eating this but not to the extend that would bother me. The broth was probably slightly watery compared to the one I had in Hor Poh Tmn Sri Sinar, but it wouldn't be fair to compare a RM10 a bowl lui cha to a RM5.50 one.

It's just a rustic roadside stall, about two stalls away from Tuck Kee dim sum. Open for lunch only. I was there at about 2:30pm on day and it was still open. I was there on a Thursday and it was closed! I will try to find out more on the operation hours.

This place is probably less than 1km from Tesco Kepong/Manjalara.
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Google Map:

GPS Coordinate: 3.200479,101.633186

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There are a couple of other Lui Cha / Lei Cha places just a couple of kilometers away. See point A and B in the map below:

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This one was from a coffee shop (Point B in the map directly above)
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There is another in Point A (the map directly above). Review here.