My Lunch @ Hup Sun Ye

Today I went to eat my quick lunch at a nearby restaurant that is hidden from the public's view. It is located inside the factory hubs of Sungai Buloh which faces a small mosque and a well landscaped park, yet it is always crowded with hungry customers for its variety of fusion food.




The owner is a bubbly fatso who gives attentive services to walk-in ladies and doubles as a medium who goes into trance when there is calling. He is very friendly and his restaurant serves almost everything with daily specials, all at very affordable prices.  






Today I ordered a huge plate of Chicken Tomato Spaghetti costing at RM6.80 and downed with a tall glass of refreshing iced umbra juice at RM3.00. So my total lunch was RM9.80 and my pot belly was bursting after that. Besides the specials, they have daily Nasi Lemak, Pan Mee and all types of flat & round noodles which you can request for dry or soupy varieties. The daily specials include Special Porridge, Hakka Lui Cha Rice and many others.




Would you believe that I could see 4 abandoned cars at the road sides while driving a short distance of 1.5km!!! What is wrong with the car owners or the authorities? Our world is so full of unwanted strewn rubbish and unwanted items every where! We are in dire needs to create awareness not to leave rubbish everywhere. I have stumbled onto many baby's soiled diapers at the bins of shopping malls and back lanes too. Not enough, many people threw old mattress on pavements and now my neighbourhood is screaming about dog owners who take their dogs for evening walks and leave their canine's poo at the neighbour's gates! Oh dear, when will some one ever throw his unwanted cash into my bank account??


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Comments

  1. You can get umbra juice in KL?? That's pretty amazing, for I have never seen that in KL before!

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    1. Very common la in kl. My local neighborhood old style ah pek copitiam also serves this drink. I think should be available in cheras too. I think eatwhateatwhere will know.

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    2. It is true that quite a big number of shops in Klang Valley do sell Umbra Juice at cheap prices including all the pasar malam.
      I notice this RG hardly venture outside his house in KL. This is mama's boy!

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    3. Actually I don't know. I go kopitiam in KL also either Kopi Beng or Teh Beng only all the time, never try to explore other options. It's just that when I first came to Penang, my friends order umbra juice for me and claim cannot find this in KL. I did not verify this claim yet so far... hahaha...

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  2. Oh yes, I know Sg. Buloh has a lot of nice stuffs to eat.. I heard of the famous pan mee, sold out one la before 11am! Crazy! Not even lunch time yet.. And I know there's a restaurant (dunno the name) which sells nice minced meat noodles, porridge, paku veggie and roasted duck.. I saw your spaghetti got ham (and sausages?), macam very nice wor, but I still prefer white creamy sauce when it comes to pasta.. RM9.80 for food plus drinks is considered ok liao nowadays.. Even eating in food court - nasi kandar RM10 and a drink, soya bean RM2 cost RM12 already.. Unless if order mee soup RM6.00 then cheaper a bit, but not full lor..

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    1. Yes I also heard Sg buloh has nice and cheap stuffs to eat but I never tried them all. How silly of me.

      I also like creamy white sauce with pasta but the fatso boss asked me to put mother's milk instead. Wakakakakaka

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  3. Good evening TM... This morning it's raining, but now, back to hot hot weather, haiz....

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    1. The weather is hot today. I am melting like ice cream. Phew!

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  4. Will you be going back there to makan again and share about the other yummy foods?

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    1. I always makan everyday but I seldom blog about them as I am a lousy food blogger.

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  5. Wah! Very affordably priced dishes!

    And Anay so funny, after posting about nice makan, then follow up with abandoned cars. :P

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    1. Wakakakaka...

      I actually wanted to post about abandoned cars only but it happened on my way to lunch.

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  6. "Bubbly fatso" hah..hah...and then "doubles as a medium" pulak. Very interseting character :) Umbra juice is my favorite! Very refreshing and makes me want to drink more and more.

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    1. This man is quite funny and hamsap too!

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  7. looking at the first photo, I would have thought that this is a place to order "dai chow" style of dishes to go with your plate of rice.. surprisingly, it's like a cafe concept where Anay orders his individual meals from the daily specials.. little did Thambee expect that such a cina-look shop actually sells spaghetti dei.. but why didn't Anay have his favorite cheesy mutton curry with aloo ghobi and garlic naan??

    the spaghetti at RM6.80 is not expensive at all looking at the portion and ingredients.. but the ambla juice at RM3?? wow, can actually buy kilos of it and juice a few cups from them at home dei.. but it's just a norm huh?? drinks are always sold at very high profit margin, and yet everyone seems like they must order a drink to go with the meal.. anyway the whole set for RM9.80 is still considered cheap nowadays.. done chap fan can already go RM8.. @.@"

    wah you saw 4 abandoned cars along that short 1.5km distance??!! that's scary man, most probably these are stolen cars and as you mentioned the place is hidden in some industrial park, it just make a perfect place for the thieves to abandon the cars there dei.. I don't think the car owners purposely dump their cars there dei, I guarantee you with whatever balance I have in my bank account, unless under special case they have committed some crimes??

    anyway you don't use the word "throw" when it comes to money in bank account.. use the word DONATE or in Malay, DERMA.. even the word save or simpan is outdated wokay?? :D

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    1. aiyo,,,ambla juice RM3 kira cheap la. If go to those shopping complex or those classy restaurant....anytime will kena slaughter RM9,90 or RM12 per glass dei.

      Ambla now in pasar not cheap also . after buy have to peel the skin leh. Left not much isi la.

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    2. You are right. This is a dai dow restaurant and sells excellent chicken chop & pasta. I have eaten them many times and satisfied. Their prices are very cheap and the customers are all satisfied and happy ones.

      I only posted about the abandoned cars in my area within 1.5km but there are lots more in whole area here. If we look out in Klang Valley, there are hundreds now and this is alarming! So eye sore like Rose Mah Rambut.

      So Thambee mau derma to anay's account kah? I am so broke now.

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  8. Hi! Your lunch looks very delicious. The prices are very affordable. I think many people are very happy in this restaurant. Thanks for sharing.

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    1. Yes this restaurant is always crowded with happy customers. The business is so good that they only open for lunch.

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  9. Your chicken spaghetti is full to the brim! Very worth it for that price...
    I really wanted to say what SK said.. yes, nowadays the word Donate is very popular.. people don't throw money into your account.. they donate only... but not everyone can donate to another... and we should be blessed that people don't donate to us but the other way round instead...

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    1. The food is always cheap with big portions here.
      I agree that everywhere people are asking for donations. Times have changed and I have to be vary as the collectors take big cut of commissions. This is quite sad.

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  10. i also want people to throw unwanted cash into my bank account leh...except for Hell Notes la.

    Cheap la the fatso shop. mana address? Mau pigi cari la this saturday. Saturday got open or not?

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    1. hungry Ghost month is coming!!! Lots of notes to be deposited. Your account number?

      This shop is right behind Magnum 4D at Bukit Rahman Putra at Sg Buloh Industrial hub.

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  11. last time my apartmnt there also got such abandoned cars. Hmm...i wonder why they dont sell it to scrap metal place or those cars shop. Can at last get back some money . If they dont want the money then can donate to my account la

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    1. I agree that much money could be earned from selling scrapped metal cars! Even the kereta potong would recycle. Money earned could help charity.

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  12. Good morning,
    Owner is bubbly fatso which is good testimony of the food that he is serving! Where is the address? People complain about dog's poo but how about themselves throwing out rubbish by the road side!

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    1. Yes the owner is fat due to his own delicious food. He has a very wide choice of menu. This shop is right behind Magnum 4D at Bukit Rahman Putra at Sg Buloh Industrial hub.

      I always see my neighbours complained about the dogs and cats pooh everywhere. It will never end so long as the animals still poo.

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  13. Your chicken tomato spaghetti is cheap and good. If i were to have lunch there, I would order pan mee and hakka lui char, I love these two.
    Talking about throwing rubbish, our society is still lacking of civilization, sigh!

    Dear Anay, you should write "Donate into your bank account", baru sound right, baru-lah gaya!

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    1. Yeah hor, I should write "Donate into my bank account"...
      We have morons and retards being born every minute. How sad!

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  14. hmmm... I like the ice umbra juice! Great to quench the thirst!! But the spaghetti don't so appetizing ... or maybe its the pix quality .... muahahahaha!

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    1. Umbra juice can detoxify and repair hair cells.

      My phone did the pariah colour adjustment and I am the cause. LOL

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  15. Aiya... you can see abandoned cars everywhere la even in condo car parks. Actually I feel that cars should be scrapped after 10 years like the SG styled. This will prevent old cars from hogging the traffic and worst still, breakdown. After all, cars are still very much affordable in Malaysia.

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    1. We should scrap our government first so that such abandoned cars will not take place like in Singapore.

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  16. Seems u find a nice place that make u feel content with what u ate! Throwing unwanted things outside experiences everywhere... people just leave things out mainly because they don’t like to pay for disposing.

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    1. Yes I would always settle for a nice meal to make myself happy.
      I agree that we need to pay to dispose anything including dead bodies.

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  17. I like the juice, anyway I always like to try out the different types of juice when I go outside and eat

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    1. Drinking juices are the best to keep us healthy and strong.

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  18. Graciosu goodness, I WANT that saucy spaghetti.. .. your photo makes me crave for a pasta tonight haha..
    seeing bunch of abandoned cars along the way is somehow scary.. it makes me feel like exploring an abandoned city haha..

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    1. Muahahahaha!!! Welcome to Malaysia and explore the abandoned city.

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  19. That spaghetti got lots of 'liu' on top wo, very reasonably priced!

    Yea, here I can always see abandoned cars also, some were there for months!!

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    1. The food is always generous with all the liu.

      I am surprised that you also have abandoned cars in your area.

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  20. Malaysia kan ada banyak org kaya? People can simply make donations one :p

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  21. Amazing prices, Tan! Abandoned cars? I don't think I've seen these sights in SG. Oh dear, I'm surprised it's still happening in M'sia .........

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    1. You will never see an abandoned car in your perfectly clean country! If there is one, it will be in the TV news!

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  22. the juice looks refreshing..those cars are eye sore to the public. The MYR is so low now, I prefer SGD and USD..:D

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    1. Yes I also love the $$ from SGD!!!

      The juice is good and refreshing for hot days.

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  23. i really wonder whats the story behind the cars! hehe.

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    1. I believe they could not afford to pay the banks and dumped it.

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  24. Your food looks like the colour of red dragon fruit.

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    1. Yeah it was very red and my colour adjusted made it even uglier!! Muahahaha

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  25. The 4 abandoned cars...I guess is done by the same person is it??

    Is about self discipline, if those people just being selfish what can we do? Only we can do is to do our best, watch out ourselves and hope to encourage people around as well!! =]

    Okay jump to the last part, I also want someone donate into my account xp

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    1. I believe all the cars are dumped by different owners!
      I would ask them donate my account first and then I donate you. Okay?

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  26. Abandoned cars ... I see that quite a lot. People just dump their old unwanted cars by the road side. Easy mah, no need to worry where to get rid of the junks LOL

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    1. Why don't these peeps dump their money outside my door?

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  27. The prices seem pretty reasonable and the food looks good too! :)

    Abandoned cars, there are plenty around the Sungai Buloh area, don't know why. I think I saw the same car too, opposite the Magnum 4D, Sports Toto row of shops.

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    1. You should visit this small shop with no frills and cheap food.
      Hey you seem familiar with Sg Buloh area! I thought you only hang out at posh areas.

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  28. People even throw their baby, what else cannot throw huh? =.='

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    1. OMG!! What you just said is so true!! There are so many filthy humans!

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