Sunday, October 20, 2013

Baba Low's 486, Lorong Kurau, Bangsar, KL

Now that Hubby is a converted laksa lover, we get to try new places that serve laksa such as Baba Low's 486. Baba Low's is an eatery serving Malaccan-Peranakan cuisine located in the middle of a housing area in Bangsar. The interior is simple with lots of natural lighting.  

One of the specialities here, nyonya laksa

Menu on blackboard, plus some specials


Since it was a hot afternoon, we both ordered a cendol (RM4.50) each to quench our thirst. This was good, with ample amounts of coconut milk and gula melaka to go with the ice shavings, strands of cendol and red bean.





One of the specialities here is the traditional Malacca nyonya laksa (RM6.50). This arrived within 5 minutes of us placing our order. Attractively presented, this bowl of nyonya laksa ticked the right boxes. Rich, creamy broth (not too spicy) with your choice of noodles (meehoon, mee or kuay teow), tau pok (tofu puff), hard boiled egg, beansprouts, cockles, prawns and julienned cucumber. I kept stealing sips of the delicious broth from Hubby's bowl of nyonya laksa.


Hubby's choice of noodles - mee

I love mee siam. Baba Low's mee siam (RM5.50) was good - moist, slightly spicy/sour vermicelli with hard boiled egg, shredded omelette, fishcake slices, fried shallots, julienned cucumber and a dollop of sambal paste.


We also ordered the Popiah Peranakan (RM4.50) and Pai Tee (RM5.50) to share. Love the popiah, filled with beansprouts, turnip, omelette strips, cucumber and fried shallots. Is it the norm for this type of popiah to have thicker skin? The pai tee was pretty good, though the best one we've eaten recently are still from Top Hat as their pai tee shells are crispier. The shells are filled to the brim with turnip, fried shallots, julienned cucumber and omelette.



Popiah Peranakan

Pai Tee

A great afternoon feast!




Verdict: A satisfying lunch, with delicious food at very reasonable prices.



Opening times: 7am to 10pm daily.

Service: Good.

Price: Total bill RM31.

Location: Baba Low's 486, 11 Lorong Kurau, 59100 Bangsar, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.

Tel: 03-2284 8486

GPS Coordinates: 3.122706, 101.670629



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16 comments:

  1. oh yes i can have all that for lunch

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  2. Dear Baby Sumo,

    The nyonya laksa looks delicious and so reasonably priced. The curry chicken and home-made fried wings on the menu looks really good too. I have to remember this place during my next visit to KL.

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  3. Wow! Everything look so yummy over there. I must go and try it out this afternoon! Thank you so much Yen :)

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  4. Looks delicious! Will just have to try the laksa and the mee hoon siam, my favourites!
    And yes, the Nyonya popiah has thicker skin than the regular ones which we find around KL.
    I know where to go when I'm taking a break from cooking! Thanks for sharing!

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  5. Yummmmm!!!! My kind of food delights!!! Bangsar, eh? Must remember to check it out if in KL. Slurpssss!!!!

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  6. Mr LFB likes their laska very much, and everytime I go there I will order the sambal prawns and ikan goreng, hehehe.

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  7. yay, being a malaccan, i do really feel that the malaccan nyonya laksa is malaysia's best type of laksa, with its creamy broth and cockles! really love it :D

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  8. What a delicious feast! The best thing is that I live in an area with a few of these restaurants so I'm thinking of going there tonight :D

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  9. omg, all these look so delicious! Got any noodle dishes that are not spicy? Thinking to take my kids there next year.

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    1. Jessie, they have noodle soup with fishballs and chicken wings, which the kids can eat.

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  10. I'm a big fan of nyonya food, got me salivating for those yummy spicy food><

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  11. I agreed that the popiah skin is quite thick lar... Those in Seremban aren't that thick.
    The rest looks yummy! :-)

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  12. Just called the owner. He said its halal restaurant.

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  13. Just called the owner. He said its halal restaurant.

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