Tuesday, November 11, 2014

Baba Low's

Nyonya Laksa - MYR7 - I took a sip of the broth and find it to be very hot spicy though not salty. Tasted creamy.

Mee Goreng Nyonya - MYR7.50 - I find this dish too salty for my liking and too much sauce for my liking.

Nasi Lemak Ayam Goreng (Fried Chicken) - MYR12.50 - the fried chicken looked really tasty so I ate a piece and found it to be way too salty. If the saltiness level is just right, then it would be super tasty.

Wanted Mee Siam but the waiter says finished so ordered Noodle Soup instead - MYR5.50 - I should have ordered this because it was not salty at all so would be just nice for me.

Cendol - MYR4.50 - the syrup used tastes just like those brown coconut candies wrapped in coloured translucent wrapper that I ate when I was a child but with a slight sourish taste. I prefer the other type of "gula melaka" syrup.

Old style wooden tables

Menu Signboard

The kitchen is behind the counter

Shop front - Prices are nett

Baba Low's
Lorong Kurau, Bangsar
59100 Kuala Lumpur
Tel: 03 2284 8486
babalows@gmail.com
7am to 10pm Daily

30 comments:

  1. Given my weekend travesties, I would prefer the noodle soup too for now.. Btw, you drive the BMW X5? :D

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  2. Yummzzz, everything I like except that simple soupy noodles, hehe.. I love the laksa in the first picture already.. And the mee goreng and nasi lemak.. All my favourite! I think me alone can finish the 3 food! hehe..

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    1. i salute Princess haha, u sure u can finish all 3? u very geng!

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    2. Yes, she is very the geng! *thumbs up*

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  3. Count me in! Peranakan fare, anytime....I like!!!!

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  4. Doesnt sound great to me. Too salty.

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    1. The noodle soup is not salty at all.

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  5. looks like most of the things were too salty for you huh?? as I read on, I also started to sweat, haha, it's like I am also able to taste the saltiness until the taste becomes bitter.. hahaha!! quite a scary experience huh??

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    1. Your imagination is very good! You better not read any ghost stories then. ;p

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  6. looks like many eateries now are going the retro theme huh?? I actually like that, but maybe when there are too much of the same thing, they become not so unique anymore..

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    1. I think this place didn't purposely go retro but it has been around for a while so things are quite dated there.

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  7. sounds good . not too salty less hair drop

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  8. Hmm so you didn't like anything there haha.

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  9. That bowl of Nyonya laksa looks divine!

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    1. It sure does look extremely creamy.

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  10. The chef probably didn't taste the food :)

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    1. Erh I wouldn't want the chef to do.so due to the saliva.

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  11. Why this Baba so salty one? Haih...

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    1. Hahaha you made it sounds so one kind.

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  12. Nyonya laksa looks good!
    There's a shop selling very nice nyonya laksa here, but I wonder if it's still around.. Long time never visit that shop already.

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  13. at first i tot this Baba place is in Malacca, then when i saw the address at the bottom it shows Bangsar! Never know that Bangsar have such peranakan place...The nasi lemak have no peanuts & anchorvies?

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    1. Have you been.to this bangsar kurau area?

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    2. I asked the person who ate the nasi lemak but the person cannot remember whether there was peanuts and anchovies or not.

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  14. I will opt for the last one too.. I mean the bowl of noodles.. ching ching tei... :) and of course a bowl of cendol!

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    1. If you like the taste of coconut candies in translucent wrappers.

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