Slurrp in SS2
[Non-halal] Slurrp is a new spot in SS2 for Sarawak laksa, kolo mee and kampua mee.
Slurrp first started as a home-based delivery during the Covid era before the founders opened this physical shop in Sept last year.
Besides the usual Sarawak laksa and kolo mee, Slurrp also offers less-common-dishes in the Klang Valley dishes such as Kampua Mee, Tomato Mee and Manicai Bihun.
Slurrp in SS2
Slurrp is run by couple Gary and Sharon, who were born and raised in Kuching.
After being retrenched during MCO, Gary started cooking his favourite Sarawakian dishes at home as he was unable to return back to his home state during the lockdown. This eventually led to a home delivery business before the couple dived into opening their physical outlet here in SS2.
Slurrp offers a comfortable space
Slurrp offers a comfortable space for dining in with Garren – the hornbill mascot ready to greet you at the entrance. Since its opening, the restaurant has been spruced up with lovely still shots of Sarawak.
Slurrp up the Sarawak Laksa
We’ve visited Slurrp twice in the last few months. For every visit, the Sarawak Laksa (RM17 for regular) is the ubiquitous order on every table.
This is understable as Slurrp’s laksa broth is rich and fragrant with spices – and topped with a generous amount of sliced omelette, shredded chicken, and bean sprouts.
Compared to other spots, Slurrp’s portion is probably one of the most generous we’ve seen. The two prawns were fresh too.
While Slurrp’s laksa may not breach our top three Sarawak laksa spots in PJ, it is still a good bowl and is on our Top Ten list. We have a preference for a stronger rempah taste in the broth, and we find Slurrp’s broth to be a bit on the middling side.
Kampua Mee and Kolo Mee
Instead, we think the Kampua Mee (RM11.50) here is the hidden gem.
A rarity here in the Klang Valley, Kampua Mee originates from Sibu and differs from Kuching’s Kolo Mee as it is flavoured by only pork lard and onion oil. Kampua’s noodles are also straight vs. the curly ones for Kolo Mee.
We really enjoyed the Kampua Mee here as the noodles have a nice springy bite and are seasoned just nicely for a smooth and moist slurp. The noodles are served with char siew, kiaw (Sarawakian dumplings) and soup.
We think this is a great alternative to the Kolo Mee.
Manicai Bee Hoon
The Manicai Bihun (RM15) is another favourite Sarawakian dish of ours.
Slurrp’s version has enough wok hei with plenty of manicai (sayur manis) and dried shrimps for that umami bite.
Also find classic Sarawakian drinks like Three Layer Tea here.
Overall, we enjoyed the Manicai Bihun and Kampua Mee here the most.
While not in our top three, the Sarawak Laksa here is still above average and should please most.
Address: 22, Jalan SS 2/24, SS 2, 47300 Petaling Jaya, Selangor
Hours: 8am-3pm, 6pm-9pm (Closed on Mondays)
Phone: 03-7499 2801
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