Segye Mee [CLOSED]

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 (Photo: Hizwan Hamid)
Photo: Hizwan Hamid

Additional seats in the extended area.

 (Photo: Hizwan Hamid)
Photo: Hizwan Hamid

The restaurant has a capacity to house around 100 diners, including the seats outside

 (Photo: Hizwan Hamid)
Photo: Hizwan Hamid

Extra ingredients to cook your noodles with

 (Photo: Hizwan Hamid)
Photo: Hizwan Hamid

A cosy nook for small groups of diners to enjoy their meal

 (Photo: Hizwan Hamid)
Photo: Hizwan Hamid

Over 130 instant noodle brands are presented across two of these floor-to-ceiling shelves

 (Photo: Hizwan Hamid)
Photo: Hizwan Hamid

Segye recipe seafood cheese ramen (RM12.90)

Note: Segye Mee is now closed.

Here’s an offbeat idea: an all-you-can-eat buffet of instant noodles. That’s the concept behind Segye Mee, the first of its kind in Malaysia. The title comes from the Hokkien pronunciation of ‘Shi Jie Mian’, which means ‘world noodles’, although ‘Asian noodles’ would be more accurate – besides the local ones, you can find packets imported from Singapore, Indonesia, Thailand, Taiwan, China, Hong Kong, Japan and Korea. The grand total? A whooping 136 (and counting) instant noodle brands represented across two floor-to-ceiling shelves.  

Whether you like your mee soupy, drenched in gravy, dry, spicy or herbal, the lady behind the concept, Miau Miau, assures there’s something for everyone. You’re also presented with a selection of extra ingredients, including leafy vegetables, mushrooms, meatballs, sausages, crabsticks, eggs and tau fu pok to cook your noodles with.

There’s more to Segye Mee than buffet-style dining. The restaurant also has an à la carte menu that dishes out seafood cheese ramen (RM12.90), tom yam dried mee (RM7.90), char kuey teow (RM10.90), fried Penang laksa teow (RM10.90) and more for the lighter eaters. If you can’t stomach a full meal, order a pot of soup to dunk in add-ons like scallops (RM16.90 for three pieces) and fish fillet (RM2 each) or snack on chicken wings (RM7.80 for three pieces), pork luncheon meat (RM1.80 each) and French fries (RM6 per bowl).

While we don’t condone excessive consumption of instant noodles, there’s no harm in having a gorge fest once in a while with a bunch of friends. After all, the restaurant was born of Miau Miau’s vision of enjoying a variety of mee flavours among good company.

By: Tham Ying Hui


Venue name: Segye Mee [CLOSED]
Address: 62 Jalan SS15/4D
Opening hours: Mon–Fri, 11am–10.30pm; Sat–Sun, 11am-4pm
Price: Buffet, Adult, RM23.90++; student, RM20++; children (below 120cm), RM10.90++

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