Bandar Seri Putra residents in Bangi have been flocking to D’Tebing for its mouthwatering noodle dishes, especially flavourful laksa.
Other dishes deserving mention are curry mee, mee bandung, mee udang as well as desserts, namely cendol and ais batu campur.
Customers can add extra condiments to their cendol such as corn, sticky rice and peanuts for an additional charge of 50sen.
Those staying away from carbs may want to try the rojak which can either be eaten with or without noodles.
Mee rebus with oxtail is a delicacy served only on Mondays.
The latest addition to D’Tebing’s noodles menu is bakso which was added on a few months ago.
Salmiah Ibrahim and her husband Ibrahim Mardi started their business in 2010 when Bandar Seri Putra was a new township.
Salmiah does everything from scratch and the success of D’Tebing has prompted the couple to open a restaurant in Bandar Bukit Mahkota.
Noodles are Salmiah’s speciality while Ibrahim is in charge of the desserts. Their children help out by doing the groceries and attending to customers.
The stall is always packed with up to 400 customers a day. People are attracted not just to the taste of dishes but D’Tebing’s affordable price range from between RM4.50 and RM6.
Salmiah said she welcomes diners’ opinion and takes comments into consideration to further improve on her dishes.
“The customer is always right and I welcome their feedback,” she said.
D’Tebing stall assistant Rushaimie Hafiey said the trees which shelter the stall are an added attraction.
“They add to the uniqueness of this place and keep things cool. We planted the cherry tree to provide customers with more shade,” he said.
D’Tebing is located in Jalan Seri Putra 1/1, Bandar Seri Putra, Kajang, Selangor. The stall is open from 11.30am to 7pm.