La Mian is Chinese noodles that goes through the hand-making process of repeating stretching and pulling. This type of noodle has since gained popularity in Penang in recent years after the opening of places like Dragon-i and Shanghai Ding. Another newly opened outlet is the Tang Dynasty Imperial Noodle Restaurant. We stop by this restaurant for lunch to try out their various types of noodles.


We went for the basic item – the la mian and dumplings. The Chinese chef prepares the dumplings in the open kitchen which faces the entrance of the restaurant.

Two plates of hot dumpling with minced pork, one steam and one pan fried….eaten with a sauce which makes up of vinegar, ginger and chili oil.

This is the pan fried dumplings with crispy bottom.


Besides the dumplings, we had the stir fried la mian with pork and another plate with beef. Both the noodles is actually quite nice and chewy. Their way of stir frying makes it very tasty and it doesn’t have the taste of our local fried noodles.

We paid over RM32 (plus drinks) for this full and satisfying lunch. We will be dropping by this place again to try their other cold dishes and hot plates.


This restaurant is located at 70-A, Jalan Zainal Abidin.

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7 comments so far

Criz Lai
 1 

I saw this place earlier but forgotten all about it with so many other types of food around… haha.

Don’t you think we are fortunate to be in Penang with food stalls and restaurants hiding at every corner of the streets?

I just found a new place, hidden from the public for the last 6 months. I wanted to post it but Blogger has been giving me lots of problems for the past few days. All my post layouts got jumbled up terribly. :(

http://crizfood.blogspot.com/

June 28th, 2008 at 2:56 am
Steven Goh
 2 

never know got such place. I should go and check that out.

June 28th, 2008 at 1:11 pm
New Kid on the Blog
 3 

can never ever compete with you. you’re fast!! but always love to read your new adventure try out. :)

keep it up!!

June 28th, 2008 at 2:20 pm
CK Lam
 4 

Criz Lai – It’s true that food is a plenty in Penang and this is one outlet that does offer many varieties of noodles and not so common dishes.

June 29th, 2008 at 12:11 am
CK Lam
 5 

Steven Goh – Not many people know about this place… it is in the centre of a row of shophouses located in Jalan Zainal Abidin which is relatively quiet. Do check out its specialities dishes.

New Kid on the Blog – I just enjoyed eating and share-share my views with everyone.

Your blog is just as informative and I enjoy reading your every posts :) Do try out the fried la mian with pork…its yummy.

June 29th, 2008 at 12:42 am
J2Kfm
 6 

wow, really hidden in nook and crannies. :)
but la mian with dumplings make great meals/snacks.
I think I know where this is, but never tried last time.

June 29th, 2008 at 12:57 pm
CK Lam
 7 

J2kfm – Looks like you are really familiar with the roads in Penang.

If you are planning a trip to visit this outlet, give them a call first… some dishes need to be prepare in advance.

June 29th, 2008 at 2:27 pm

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