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Classic Charcoal Fried Hokkien Mee – Kim Lian Kee (金莲记)A hearty meal that is a staple for most local Chinese families, the Hokkien mee RM9.50 is presented on a banana leaf-lined plate and is ultra-popular largely because of oodles of prawns, pork, squid and generous helpings of lard fritters.
The mee is thoroughly enjoyable on its own but for locals, the canister of sambal belacan on each table is one of Restoran Kim Lian Kee’s primary attractions (our personal favourite as well)! 😉
Restoran Kim Lian Kee @ Jalan Petaling (Petaling Street) - Malaysia Food & Restaurant ReviewsLocation: Kuala Lumpur, Jalan Petaling (Petaling Street); Cuisine: Chinese; Review: We tried 3 types of noodle and the favourite among all was this “Loh Mee” everyone gave a thumb up for the “Loh Mee”.
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Kim Lian Kee Hokkien Mee 金莲记福建面 - Home - Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia - Menu, Prices, Restaurant Reviews | FacebookKim Lian Kee Hokkien Mee 金莲记福建面, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. 5.3K likes. Kim Lian Kee was founded by Mr Ong Kim Lian. The Hokkien noodles are among one of...
Kim Lian Kee @ Petaling Street – Hokkien Mee :)Both the dishes were yummy, especially when after the chilli paste was added. It was slimy, gooey, flavorful, a good dish. Nothing else to say. Yup. I personally liked the Hokkien Mee more than I did the Loh Shu Fan. Them fat, thick yellow hokkien noodles cooked in thick soy sauce – ooo yum! With squids and prawns – yes, I ordered their seafood option, the dish was awesome.
Kim Lian Kee Hokkien Mee, Petaling Streetthe lor mee at the back is mediocre, the rest taste pretty good. We were in Petaling Street’s Kim Lian Kee during lunch time, it is located in upper floor of a shop lot, i think the original shop in petaling street (opposite road from this shop lot) is only operating in the night
Kim Lian Kee Hokkien Mee @ Petaling StreetIf this is what visitors and tourists to KL perceive how KL’s famous Hokkien Mee is like, it’s seriously troubling. Obviously, Kim Lian Kee has passed its prime and those days when they were the “to go to” restaurant for Hokkien Mee are long gone.
Now, Kim Lian Kee is nothing more than a tourist trap filled with foreign workers and poor souls who don’t know how a decent Hokkien Mee should taste like. No amount of promotion from Hugo Leong can save them from the embarrassment that they are today.
Michelle's FUN Diary : Kim Lian Kee @Petaling Street,KL福建面 （hokkien mee ) RM22 - Their signature hokkien mee is here in front of me!(superexcited ).They use charcoal to fried the noodles which gives little burn smell to this hokkien mee. Their secret recipe sauce taste sweet and with barbecue smell as well. All of my coursemates love this so much.
Chee Cheong Fun 豬腸粉 @ Petaling Street 茨廠街 (Chinatown) - i'm saimatkongVerdict: This Cantonese style Chee Cheong Fun 豬腸粉 is best eaten for breakfast, lunch or tea time. You can opt for the plain ones or with sweet sauce and chili sauce. Simple and light but very tasty.
To Our Dearest Daughters: Lunch and dinner at Restaurant Kim Lian Kee & Visit Petaling StreetOff course we had their signature dish, Hokkien-style fried mee. It costs RM 7.00. The noodle is fried with charcoal to maintain its unique taste. It served on a plate with a piece of banana leaf with the generous amount of lards, prawns and squid. The noodle is so flavourful with the dark sauce. Plenty of “wok hei” and made better by the generous amount of lard.