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When someone mutters the word Lameeya, most of us would think of of Lam Mee. Not exactly wrong since Lameeya does serve Lam Mee. However, what I liked most about Lameeya is its variety of food. This is a place not just for Lam Mee enthusiast. Its for the whole family and my fave part about this place? The food at Lameeya taste home cooked. 

No need to travel all the way north for Duck Egg Char Kueh Teow. Lameeya serves them yummy enough here. With enough "wok hei" and plenty of duck egg, this is a wow dish here. And when one plate came with my request of "extra spicy please", I give this dish a perfect 10!
One is technically not right if one visits Lameeya and not check put their Original Lam Mee. Fat yellow noodles in a rich broth, This is definitely a comforting taste that the folks at Lameeya has  pieced together well too. 
I love chee cheong fun as a general rule. And at Lameeya, I wasn't too sure whether I liked the Mushroom with Mince Meat Cheong Fun or the Pickled Chili and Sweet Sauce Cheong Fun. Both tasted good is their own way. And if I had to choose...I think I will resort to my usual "inky pinky ponky, father bought a donkey..." solution. Hubster liked the Mushroom mince meat one and perhaps its because we have not found many places that whips this one out well unless we make a trip to Ipoh itself.
Mushroom with Mince Meat Cheong Fun
Pickled Chili and Sweet Sauce Cheong Fun
I started off and mentioned that I loved the home cooked goodness at Lameeya. The following dishes should self explain.

Stewed Pork with Potato is a dish that reminded me of my grandma's cooking. Tender pieces of pork cooked in dark soya sauce with thinly sliced potatoes is a dish good enough to be eaten on its own. The gravy was rich with the meat flavour and was an awesome match with Lameeya's Steam Rice or Lard Steam Rice whichever way you love your rice.
A perfect dish for kids...and adults alike:D
Fluffy steamed rice with a generous serving of pork lard. Old fashion rice!
The Salted Steam Chicken has a light herbal taste with dong guai. Nothing over powering and with added ginger strips for some ooomph. Some keichi or better known as goji berries lend this healthy dish a little sweetness that compliments ginger and dong guai. Oh...eat up the goji berries! They are good for your eyes.
I love a good meal of Pork Leg with Vinegar especially when they are sour and gingery enough. This is a good reason to carbo load...so remember to order an extra bowl of rice when you order this yummy dish.
I remember Steam pork with Dong Choy as one of the few dishes that granny cooked whenever anyone of us is recovering from an illness. I supposed the pork was to build our health back but I believe its more because of the very appetizing taste of dong choy (preserved radish)
Whenever my sister in laws undergo their confinement, one of my fave dishes from their menu is Ginger and Wine Omelette. Fluffy omelette cooked with rice wine and sliced ginger. Do not mistaken the egg for being oily. It is actually wet from the wine.
Love eggs? Then the Steam Egg Trio is a dish that you must order. Creamy and soft, this is a proof of Lameeya's efficient kitchen hands.
If you crave for a one pot dish then the Barbecued Rice with Char Siew, Chicken Char Siew, Chinese Sausage and Pork Liver Sausage is a good idea. Have it on its own or accompanied with any of Lameeya's slow boiled soups.
The slow boiled soups are lovely. We tasted the Watercress Soup and ABC Soup. The ABC soup stood out with an added sweetness from the use of ikan bilis (anchovies) in addition to the pork and chicken.
Watercress soup
ABC soup
Yummy anchovies added into the soup for extra yumminess
And of course, eat your vegies! Choose from regular stir fries or opt for this very appetizing okra with minced chilli.
choy sum
When visiting Lameeya, do give their 100% pure juices a try. Freshly squeezed juice to quench your thirst or perhaps to catch up with your vitamin intake, these are very colourful and yummy juices. My fave is actually the Bittergourd  and Cucumber which has detoxifying qualities.
Some healthy ones that we had: Ambola / Preserved Plum, Lychee and Watermelon
Pineapple, lychee and celery, Carrot, celery and orange
Chestnut and Lotus
What's a meal without desserts? Cakes glorious cakes and of course their decadent Banana Crepe. Do allow some time if you order the Banana Crepe as this is made only upon your ordering. The cakes are all made by Lameeya's central kitchen.
Tiramisu
Belgium forest
Chocolate moist
Vanilla raspberry
Oreo cheese
Banana crepe
Check them out:
• Damansara Uptown
45G and 47G, Jalan SS21/37
Damansara Utama
T: +603 7725 9513
• One Utama
LG 333A New Wing
• Empire Subang
LG31
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