Oyster King at The Gardens Mid Valley Mega Mall

“Oh Chien” ….. “Oh Mee” ….. Do this sound familiar to you? Oh Chien basically means Fried Oyster and Oh Mee is Oyster Noodle in Chinese Hokkien dialect. This dish is very famous in Penang and good news to KL people that it is available in Klang Valley now. The stall is actually located in front of Din Tai Fung at The Gardens mall.

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Bloggers conquering the shop for good food!

Fried oyster you can get it else where in the city but the oyster size is so tiny. Check out the photo below and you’ll see what I mean.

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This is worthy to be crowned oyster king! RM6 per plate

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Juicy fat oyster fried with preserved radish, eggs and starch

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Garlic Oyster Noodles – RM6

This garlic noodle may look plain at a glance. Once you take a slurp of it …. walla ! The taste is really nice. Accompanies with a couple of fat juicy oyster makes the day. Beside this 2 main dish, they have a few famous street foods listed on their menu.

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  1. thankfully i get to see this stall’s intro before I go m’sia next month..really hope i’ll be able to make a trip down to KL after Ipoh.if i get to go KL,is it possible to meet you and other food bloggers too?
    .-= adel´s last blog ..Come Dine with Me? =-.