This is the closes photo resembling the man who once sold curry laksa in South Port in Klang. Yesteryear mobile food seller with his iconic solid hat.
The current generation still selling the same curry laksa and still mobile in a way
My father used to take me to the South Port where he works in those days inside the port and adjacent to the port was the only kopitiam and restaurant where this curry laksa seller brings his stuffs there daily to sell. Today the place is no longer in existence.
Till today the curry laksa still taste the same and just as good as those days. You have to try it because it’s different from the other curry laksa.
Boon Poh Restoran
47, Jalan Beringin,
42000 Port Klang
The curry is thick and aromatic, with just the right amount of spice to give it an extra kick. The curry noodles at Sun Yin Loong are also served with a hearty, tasty portion of roast pork. The dry version is also available before and after the curry runs out which is most of the time. When we were there before 1pm we only managed to get one bowl of the wet version and the rest the dry version.
Restaurant Sun Yin Loong
41-01, Jalan PJU 1/3c,
Sunway Mas Commercial Center,
47301 Petaling Jaya,
The place is popular with several dishes, namely Red Wine Misua, Loh Mee, Mee Huen Kueh and Prawn Mee. The Loh Mee is the best there and the noodles of my choice is yee mee. So it is loh yee mee.
Restoran without a name