I remembered having lots of these kampua mee back in Labuan, especially after mass every Sunday morning. And how I missed those taste. Recently after reading Cibol’s blog at link, me and my labmates decided to go and try out this particular kampua mee.

And thus we set off for Bandar Puteri Puchong on one Wednesday afternoon for lunch.

It was a bit hard to find even though we followed the directions and the map written on the blog as quoted

The place, is located at Japan Puteri 7/11, Bandar Puteri, Puchong. It’s located nearby the hospital, so before the hospital you turn in then you can see a lot of shophouses there. (Cibol)

We nearly gave up after searching for a while since we couldn’t find it but after a few thought we finally realized what was wrong. We came from the opposite direction, from the LDP highway and hence we have to go to the turning after the hospital instead.

And luckily since I had also save the location on my GPS, we finally managed to find the shop.


So the coordinates for this place is

To go There : Let me give you kampua cravers the coordinate: N03° 1.467′ E101° 37.441′ (Cibol)

The food?



This is as original as it can get here especially when you are so far away from Sarawak. Large bowl cost RM4.50 while smaller ones are at RM4.00.

The uncle there is a Sibu guy who actually shipped the ingredients and mee all the way from Sarawak.

And come September, he said that he will be making the noodles here instead to give a fresher feel to the noodles. So I’ll definitely be anticipating that. He also mention that he will be opening up branches elsewhere… Fingers crossed for Serdang as well 😛

The stall also sell other Sarawakian food like Laksa Sarawak which is also not bad.


~Laksa Sarawak~

And here’s a photo of the food stall.


The uncle’s show is one of the stalls in this cafe. He’s the only one selling Sarawakian noodles and the kampua mee is written as Kan Pan mee or something. So Sarawakians, do visit this place for a taste of home. Haha. Enjoy.