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Wednesday, 15 March 2017

Lucy Stall Fried Pan Mee At Happy Garden Kuchai Lama

HIDDEN GEM IN HAPPY GARDEN
LUCY STALL FRIED PAN MEE 
Special Fried Pan Mee Lucy Stall Pan Mee Happy Garden Kuchai Lama
Special Fried Pan Mee
Lucy Stall Pan Mee
Happy Garden Kuchai Lama

Happy Garden in Jalan Kuchai Lama used to the place I frequent a lot during my younger days when I drop by to visit my late mom-in-law with my husband. I first heard about Lucy Stall from my MIL when she used to tapau for us during the odd hours in the afternoon at around 2 to 3 pm. 


Lucy Stall Fried Pan Mee At Happy Garden Kuchai Lama
You see, Lucy Stall been around for more than 4 decades. A typical family business running from the home of Madam Lucy Kok Siew Ling where she starts and operates her Pan Mee noodles stall from her strategic corner single story house in Happy Garden. It's also a stone-throw away from the morning market. Hence named after her name, it's called Lucy Stall!

Lucy Stall Run By Son, Chai Kok Wah
Lucy Stall Run By Son, Chai Kok Wah

Madam Lucy was taken over by his son, Chai Kok Wah, who runs the stall by himself nowadays. Lucy Stall has its regulars that would come to savour the delicious home-style cooking of Pan Mee either in soup or the fried version.

Lucy Stall Fried Pan Mee At Happy Garden Kuchai Lama
You can opt for the classic Soup Pan Mee or their extra special Fried Pan Mee.  All Pan Mee is made fresh upon order. Please be patient as Uncle Chai is manning the stall alone - he takes the order, prepares the dough for pressing into noodles, cooks it and to serving it to customers.   

Lucy Stall Fried Pan Mee At Happy Garden Kuchai Lama
You may notice that he's a bit slow as he works around with shaky hands. A short chat with him reveals that he's suffering from Parkinson (poor Uncle) but nevertheless, he shares that he's seeking treatment from the public hospital for quite some time. 

Cooked To Order
Cooked To Order

Lucy Stall Fried Pan Mee At Happy Garden Kuchai Lama
Ingredients of pork, fish cakes and cabbage go into the wok for frying. What I like about the Fried Pan Mee at Lucy Stall is that Uncle Chai is quite generous with the vegetables, which happens to be my top request especially when eating fried noodles!

Lucy Stall Fried Pan Mee At Happy Garden Kuchai Lama
For the final act, Uncle Chai tossed in the freshly homemade Pan Mee where it'll be fried till dry with black soy sauce and sayur manis in high heat and full-of-wok-hei. 

Full-Of-Wok-Hei  Fried Pan Mee RM 5.50 (Small) RM 6.50 (Large)
Full-Of-Wok-Hei 
Fried Pan Mee
RM 5.50 (Small)
RM 6.50 (Large)

Full-Of-Wok-Hei  Fried Pan Mee RM 5.50 (Small) RM 6.50 (Large)
Everyone loves his Fried Pan Mee for its a la dente texture, springy to the bite and with each strand of Pan Mee well-coated in thick dark soy sauce gravy, just like the Hokkien Mee. Oh yes, crispy and fragrant anchovies or ikan bilis are added as toppings giving the crunchy and salty flavour to the 'already tasty Pan Mee'. 

Remember to eat your Fried Pan Mee with their homemade chilli sauce which packs a punch. Add on as much as you can for the extra kick of spiciness. If you have stomach for more, you can order a bowl of pork balls with soup on the side. Yums-Yums! 

Soup Pan Mee RM 5.50 (Small) RM 6.50 (Large)
Soup Pan Mee RM 5.50 (Small) RM 6.50 (Large)
Soup Pan Mee
RM 5.50 (Small)
RM 6.50 (Large)

Soup Pan Mee RM 5.50 (Small) RM 6.50 (Large)
Apart from the fried Pan Mee, you can also try the soup version. It's a simple classic Soup Pan Mee, cooked very home-style with flavourful clear broth soup. My son loves the chewy and springy texture of the noodles served with a generous portion of sayur manis and crispy fried ikan bilis.  

Lucy Stall Fried Pan Mee At Happy Garden Kuchai Lama
The location is quite easy to find - just look out for a corner single story house with the signage - Lucy Stall with the road sign of 'Jalan Selesa 1, 58200 Kuala Lumpur' right next to the house.

Lucy Stall's long time residence, pet dog to Uncle Chai
Lucy Stall Guardian

Watch out for Lucy Stall's long time residence, pet dog to Uncle Chai which doesn't look too friendly and might bite if you get too close to the entrance of the house. Anyhow, do come by to try one of KL's best and unique Fried Pan Mee if you happens to be around the area at Old Klang Road!
    
LUCY STALL
No. 341 Jalan Selesa Satu,
Happy Garden
Taman Gembira
Off Jalan Kuchai Lama
58200 Kuala Lumpur
Tel: 012 223 9319
Open: 9am to 3pm
Closed Every Wednesday


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