AIK serves only Prawn Mee and Asam Laksa. Based on the number of people queuing and the number of people waiting, we are convinced that we have come to the right place for the two famous Penang noodles. AIK operates from a food truck and they are normally parked right in front of Seapark Taman Paramount’s wet market.
When we arrived at about 12pm that weekend, there were already a bunch of people waiting for their food to arrive. Even though they were very busy, our prawn mee and asam laksa came after waiting about 10 to 15 minutes.
We ordered our prawn mee with extra prawns. The normal portion doesn’t look like this. Overall, considering that this prawn mee is cooked from a food truck without a proper kitchen, it was alright. It wasn’t the best but certainly not the worst.
The asam laksa may seem like it came without the shrimp paste aka har gou, but in fact it was already mixed with the laksa. The asam laksa was sourish and savoury. It was minty with the mint leaves. It came with a few pieces of sardine fish. I personally prefer it a bit more spicy, but overall it was good.
A small bowl of either asam laksa or prawn mee is priced at RM6.00 whereas the big bowl is 50 cents more at RM6.50 a bowl.
Aik Prawn Mee & Asam Laksa
1, Jalan 21/11b, Sea Park
46300 Petaling Jaya
Tel: 19-233 2963
Business hours: 12pm – 5pm, closed on Mondays
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