Restoran Mee Jawa @ Casa Tropicana, PJ

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Mee Jawa Restaurant at Casa Tropicana, being a 5 minute drive from our office, is fast becoming our favourite place for lunch!


Me and my colleagues love this place for the Mee Jawa! It has a light taste, with just enough oomph! to fill you up but not leave you feeling too sleepy after your meal. This is really important especially if you still have a lot of things to do, after lunch.
Just a word on the Mee Jawa, it is really not that spicy for those who like a lot of heat in their noodles.


The Assam Laksa. This was really rather poorly done. Weak with hardly any fish taste. The soup tasted like dish-water. Do not order this if you eat here!


The fruit rojak. Delicious! Lots of apple,pineapple, sour mango, sotong and crispy bits (keropok and peanuts) to make it a refreshing lunchtime snack. If you want an ultra-light lunch, this is it. Still, there is enough sugar in that sauce to give you a buzz for sure!


The fried chicken here is excellent. Crispy bite sizes with a zesty sauce.
If you are going out for after work drinks, this goes great with beer!


The Prawn Mee. Not ‘dirty’ enough for me, but still pretty decent, if you get what I mean. (I like my prawn mee, murky, pungent and swimming in gooey prawn-matter..;P)
All in all, a good place for a fast lunch on a workday.
Check it out, if you are in the area;)
Mee Jawa Restaurant,
B-0-3A, Block B,
Casa Tropicana,
Persiaran Tropicana,
47410 Petaling Jaya,

Food: 6/10 (except for the asam laksa, which is rubbish)

MSG levels: low
Salt levels: low


  • "Joe" who is constantly craving says:

    fried chicken and beer? what a good excuse to indulge in fried food eh?

  • Pureglutton says:

    Mmm… the fruit rojak looks good! Am not a fan of Mee Jawa though but I’m game for the rojak, hehe!

  • fatboybakes says:

    I WANT!!! i love mee jawa….

  • 550ml jar of faith says:

    Haha, got your point about the prawn mee not being dirty enough. What’s prawn mee without the tasty flotsam – icky insides and all!

  • boo_licious says:

    The owner of this place also runs the Mee Jawa stall at Pavilion’s food court. Not been here before but I like the Mee Jawa they served at Pavilion. My ultimate fav one is still at Kepong – next to the stinky chicken stall.

  • CUMI & CIKI says:

    indulge away!

    lol, 1st person i’ve heard, who doesn’t like mee jawa:)

    that makes two!

    gimme gimme floatsome icky insides!

    Oh right.. we didn’t know pavilion had a branch too:)

  • sc says:

    this is so near to where i stay, but i was never tempted to try as i heard from someone somewhere :p that it’s not nice. hmmm, may just try it after all 🙂

  • CUMI & CIKI says:

    don’t try the assam laksa.. don’t!!

  • Big Boys Oven says:

    those jawa mee looks awesomely delicious, yes also 5mins from my place lol!

  • backstreetgluttons says:

    if the dish washing assam laksa spoilt everything , then you should drag the whole place down by 3.3 points , to overall 4.9
    ( can or not )

  • CUMI & CIKI says:

    that’s true .. very close to you too

    haha.. so cruel !

  • Life for Beginners says:

    Are those bird cages or fish traps they are using for lights? Tres cool! 😀

    (See, I comment on something other than FOOD. Lol.)

  • J2Kfm says:

    hahah dirty you want your prawn mee to be? =P

    i dun need my mee jawa to be spicy. but i like the crispy stuff and the potatoes.

  • CUMI & CIKI says:

    that’s true.. you do! lol… yea, cute bird cages huh;)

    down right durrrty ! hahaha

  • kennhyn says:

    this is the first time I hear of Rojak got apple inside, u sure is not “man kuang” (hokkien) inside?

    by the way, do u know have any good place to drink beer that can intro to me??

  • chrisau says:

    wow…i found another food blog!!! The stuffs you had there looks so appetising! Must try when im in KL.

  • JENCOOKS says:

    mEE Jawa macam tenggelam !
    The rojak seems out of the world glazed with that sauce, so appealing.

  • CUMI & CIKI says:

    Tis apple! Try finnegans desa sri hartamas, or Deutsches Bierhaus German Pub kl


    lol.. real yum indeed!

  • Nic (KHKL) says:

    agree, agree! dirty prawn mee is the way to go! put in some sand for sound effects…hehehe..ok, bad joke.

    but ya lor, what is prawn noodles if it’s not murky. this is afterall, not ipoh sar hor fun. 🙂

    hey, check out champ’s prawn noodle as well. good stuff! 🙂

  • jasmine says:

    i have hearing about their mee jawa since forever.. but another of those places I don’t really venture into.. so gawd knows when I’ll get here too. 🙁

  • kennhyn says:

    I go to finnegans almost every week but the midvelly one…haha stou most of the time, once a while old speckle hen for me.

    What beer they serve in Deutsches Bierhaus?

    If u want to get Paulaner, u can contact me, I can get for u, I’m in a deal of selling Paulaner in beerbeer…cheers!

  • mimid3vils says:

    Been there once but didnt try Mee Jawa~~ Weird eh, go Mee Jawa but didn’t eat mee jawa ^.^

  • Anonymous says:

    the mee jawa here is rubbish. no kick. too potato-ish.

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