the school by jaya one


Lammeeya had been establish as one of a household name in KL many years back or even when I was in college time. When comes to KL version Lam Mee, I thought of them. Now, they have new menu that rolling out and also introducing some new home-cook food style with super food of healthy vegetable that they specifically pick from a farm. Curry Fish head being one of the latest signature.

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Curry Fish Head @ RM 98 (medium). A pot of pippin hot clay pot fish head is indeed a pot that you will be looking at during rainy season. A mixture of spices that pump into the claypot that give you the taste of a mixture of nyonya and Penang style combine. Slightly thick in gravy yet hint of spices at the after taste. Curry is not spicy as they are more on the fragrant side.

Best of all, can convert into mini steamboat after you are done. So it is kinda 2 in 1 pot. (scroll down for more)

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Very fresh fish that they are using and easily about 6 pieces.

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This is their super food Bio-Dynamic Vegetable – Pea Sprout with Egg @ RM 16.90. A simple dish that pack with flavour to my liking. Vegetable certainly taste different from what we always have. Texture and taste is also diff itself. – recommended

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Even their Four Season Bean with Chinese Olive does not taste bitter like what I usually have. Freshness of it and a little hint of sweetness at the end is quite unique. @ RM 15.90

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Ginger Wine Omelette is one of my fvourite simple dish from this outlet. A dish that I would always order.

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Onion Oil Tofu is steam, drench with their own special soy sauce and best of all with pork lard. Yumz!

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When we are done with the curry, we convert it into a mini steamboat by ordering extra steamboat ingredient. They add in their house signature broth and do be aware that the soup is unlimited refill, however not the Curry in the claypot. The more you add, the flavour will be diluted.

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House special mix pork ball.

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Crispy fried fish skin

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Hong Kong style bean curd

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We are all quite satisfied after with curry fish head and with mini steamboat to end the meal.

Lameeya at The School by Jaya One
100-G21, The School Jaya One,
72A, Jalan Universiti, 46200
Petaling Jaya, Selangor

Tel: 03-7496 0670

Operating Hours: 11am – 9.30pm

Xiao Lao Wang Hotpot had relocate to a new home at The School by Jaya One where previously they operated at Sungai Buloh and Uptown Damansara. This new location not only house Xiao Lau Wang Hotpot, as the group owners have decided to house another 2 more brands under one roof, bringing along Bay 31 and Lameeya.

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Love their new design for this outlet that bring classic to modern environment with minimalist.

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One of their private dining area.

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Lets kick start with Bay 31 as it is a new born concept from this group where coffee and tea is their highlight. Will soon bringing you some breakfast classic toast set. My personal favorite is their Royal Milk Tea Cold @ RM6,  Imperial Coffee @ RM 6.50 which is a special blend Arabica Coffee Beans instead of coffee powder from a typical kopiiam and of course their Lime Lime Juice @ RM5. One of a great drink for thirst quenching and also goes well with steamboat.

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Hainan Chicken Chop with mashed potato @ RM14.80 will get you some classic Hainanese pork chop

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Handmade Thin Bamboo Egg Noodle @ RM8.90 (Medium)

This is one of a heart stealer where the egg noodles were really springy. Meat marination gives a nice decent mouthful of flavour with their sauce and do add in their home made chilli to give you an extra kick. However some food lovers might find it sauce is too thick. We are good with it.

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Handmade Bamboo Egg Noodle with Sesame Sauce (Cold) @ RM9.90

This is a Chinese version of cold soba. First time having this as the cold egg noodle is placed on top of an ice bath to keep it cold enough. You can either pick the noodle dip onto the bowl for the seasome dressing or pour it on top and mix it all.

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changed of location did not change their menu. Their menu still offer the same variety as they used to be and now they have added one more signature soup base.

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Under Xiao Lau Wang Hotpot, their condiments still remains no.1 that offers steamboat lovers with lots of condiments and you are free to mix any of the flavour at your own liking.

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Pickled Cabbage Pork Belly Soup is their latest eddtion of soup base and it is my personal recommendation if you love sour vegetable soup base. @ RM48.90  It is a cabbage that had added salt and to pickle the cabbage (for 1 month) in a tight container huge glass jug. Love the soup aroma as it give you the hint of sour vegetable soup, wit mild hint of saltiness yet mix along with long hours of cooking pure pork bone broth, gives you a nice balance of aroma and taste in the soup.

It is advisable to add one time of another round of soup. When it hits third round, the soup will be diluted or left only with pork bone base soup. You can order add on for the pickled cabbage to add on, as what we did below.

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We did order fresh fish and were advise to add in the fish head into the soup to cook along, to add in the sweetness of fresh fish head in it.

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As some of our friends do not like pickled cabbage, so we oredered another pot which is their signature Pork Stomach Chicken soup @ RM42.90. Punch with flavour, as the soup base clarity is nil. Hint of pepper and love the aroma of sweet pork bone in it. Classic and good.

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There are some fresh seafood for you to choose from as live red snapper @ RM7/100g is worth to consider to order. They will fried the fish head for you and can either eat it or add it into the soup as we do. Fish meat indeed its fresh.

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If you are out of idea to order, they do have sets menu for you to pick from as it ranges from RM50.90 to RM60.90 (one of the sets as above that comes with fresh Tiger Prawns)

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I had a better versions before, however their HKG Bean Curd Roll @ RM13.90 is quite simliar to local favourites. Just dip this peices 3-6 secondes depending on the types of softness you like. Best to start off with 3 seconds first.

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This is my version of sauce that I have created, sorry I do not have recipe for this as I created base on my own preference.

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Other ingredients that is worth to order, such as their layered tofu, fresh pork balls, fish balls or even their Sanbanto Berkshire Pork Belly (Small – RM16.90 / Large – RM28.90)

This is one of a decent place for hotpot especially their soup base.


Xiao Lao Wang Hotpot 小捞王
100-G021, The School, Jaya One
No. 72A, Jalan Universiti,
46200 Petaling Jaya, Malaysia

Tel: +603 7496 0670

Mon-Sun: 5pm – 10pm

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Upon a debut that arrive in Kuala Lumpur, Boat Noodle had hit a big buzz with many foodies within Klang Valley to enjoy their famous gimmic of stacking noodle bowls when you finish it, by taking pictures and share how many bowls that you can it. Its actually  a concept which is quite well known in Bangkok, Thailand that brought it to our shores.


Did wanted to try in their first outlet which is at Damansara Perdana and their usual waiting time is about 30minutes – 60 minutes then I did not bother till recently they have open another branch which is in my work place, The School at Jaya One.

In this outlet they have a slight gimmic with a mini boat right infront of their outlet with street signages.



I am happy that this outlet, I do not have to queue as long as Damansara Perdana. The only time you have to queue is during weekends.



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Fried Chicken is pretty good, just that its too little.

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This outlet will be slightly different compare to their main branch as for this one, they are introducing new flavour which is spicy. Now you get to choose Original/Spicy for the soup base.

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The chicken boat noodle is served with a fish ball, Soup base is slightly sourish spicy that makes it pretty good. Just that, I cant take it too much. All the servings is at RM1.90

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Oh, their coffee turns out to be very good. Now had become one of my favourite drink in this outlet as the coffee taste is pretty robust, smooth and a good cuppa during this hot weather.

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This is how I ended up with 2 stacking bowl that wanted to do like KLCC twin tower but too full to continue. 3 of us with this amount is pretty much.

Well the bill comes up to not really cheap  as I would spend the same amount for some other food. Anyhow, done it and stack it.


-= Ka Ching =-

Food Rating 6/10, Okay lah -Stamped-

–Warning– This is based on my individual taste. Try it at your own risk-


The School by Jaya One
Lvl P2, Jalan Universiti.

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