Nominate your favourite curry laksa eatery by March 10

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  • Saturday, 07 Mar 2015

Expert at work: Lum Kee in Section 14, Petaling Jaya is among the people’s favourites.

HAVE you nominated your favourite curry laksa eatery or stall for The Star People’s Food Awards yet?

You have until March 10 to send in nominations on where to find good curry laksa in the Klang Valley and stand a chance to win attractive prizes such as hotel stays and dining vouchers.

So, how do you nominate your preferred place to dine?

Simply visit your favourite eatery or stall, take a photo of the meal you want to feature (photos MUST be your own and not taken from blogs or websites and no less than 1MB in size), write a short introduction about the food and post your nomination on Metro Online Broadcast (MOB) at

For details on how to nominate, endorse and vote, visit MOB and click the “Foodboard” tab under The Star People’s Food Awards to read the FAQs.

Those who nominate, vote or successfully share a link are automatically entered into a race to win prizes.

Nominations are open for the first 10 days of the month, followed by voting from March 15 to 31.

The Star People’s Food Awards is a monthly contest that recognises the best street food in the Klang Valley.

Every month until May 2015, the public can vote for the best category-based street food such as curry laksa (March) or rojak buah (April) via MOB.

To date, we have received 13 nominations of people’s favourite curry laksa establishments and you can help by endorsing your favourites via

The people’s favourites for curry laksa include Teochew Chendul in Sunway Pyramid; Chong Hwa Curry Laksa in Jalan Genting Klang; Simple Life Healthy Vegetarian Restaurant in Paradigm Mall; Restoran Kar Heong Ipoh Chicken Rice and Hor Fun in SS4, Petaling Jaya; Little Cravings in 1Utama Shopping Centre, Ehsan Wong Kok Restaurant in Taman Ehsan; Restoran Sun Hing Loong in SS2; Bliss 33 in Subang Jaya; Sisters Curry Laksa in Seapark; Lum Kee in Section 14, Petaling Jaya; Kedai Kopi 09 in Raja Bot Wet Market, Kuala Lumpur, a stall in SS15 wet market in Subang Jaya and Foushou Lou Nyonya Seafood Curry stall in Section 14, Petaling Jaya.

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