Verdict: The beef noodles has been built up a stellar reputation for years and and it is indeed famous for a reason – they know their food well and prove themselves noteworthy.
Unexpectedly, the roasted meat we ordered taste quite good, in particularly the char siew as the meat is juicy with the right level of sweetness.
Nevertheless, there are 2 must eat here; its either the Beef Noodle or the Lala Noodle; so, next visit to KL will be the Lala Noodle.
Besides that, after had 1 of the beef ball, it was chewy and springy to my liking. So ordered a bowl @ RM 8 to share.
I shall be back at Soong Kee as I like their style of beef noodles with egg noodles and stewed minced beef. Their signature house made beef balls is another on my eat list.
The food we ordered was quite filling, especially the Smoked Salmon Sandwich that I picked in a heartbeat, its home made with cream cheese, fresh tomatoes, dill and pretty satisfying. The nachos chips that come along with it was plain tho, it would be perfectly exceptional with some salsa dips.
This was real good Soto. One of the best I’ve had in a very long time. If you like this particular dish, the one here is worth a try. The meat broth was flavorful with a touch of saltiness, consistent with Soto in general. The Chicken Bergedil was nicely done. Unlike a lot of restaurants here that likes serving Bergedil that is mostly hard, the one here was surprisingly tender. The inner part was soft and dense, where as the outer layer was solid. It held its shape well even after I’ve broken into it. Besides that, the dish also included rice cubes, nuts, rice noodles, shredded chicken. Overall, a tasty dish.
My Personal Opinion If you like a really springy fish paste filling, perhaps this one is not for you. I, on the other hand, liked it a lot for that nice, firm and tasty bite.
The Food and wet market owners mostly are Malaysian Chinese , You will see Lard hanging on one of the stall , Fresh ocean fish lay on the ice , local Fruits with Papaya mango & bananas . If you don't really mind about hygiene then You must be here to try out their Original Taste of Traditional Curry Noodle , Chee Chong Fun , Yong Tau Foo and many more . While enjoying your food , you will heard Chicken Screaming for their life . Each stall In this food court have their own table and chair to be seaten , Means which stall that you wanted to eat then you seat down on their area . No trespassing allowed....
Traditional Hawker Street Food in Kuala Lumpur | Madras Lane Petaling Street Curry Laksa & MoreMadras Lane Petaling Street is a narrow alleyway that’s known ...
Third stall, the one that's on the chee cheong fun stall's left) Their curry laksa with chicken @ RM10 turned out to be the most expensive of the three. When it arrived, my first impression was that the stall seemed rather stingy with their curry broth...which can be looked upon as a good sign...haha! :D That's because when they give so little, it's a sign that the broth is probably good and that's why they're so stingy with the amount. The bowl was filled with the required ingredients of soft brinjal and long beans, juicy pork skin and beancurd puffs that had absorbed the flavours of the curry, tender chicken and plump, raw cockles. The colour of the broth of this one had a more orange hue and it was also the least oily of the three. This indicated to me immediately that it probably had a bit more santan than the other two. Taking a sip of the broth, it was obvious to me that this was the best tasting one of the three. ^o^ It had the sweetness of the coconut milk that I wanted.
But what really sets the curry laksa here apart from the rest is the piquant curry broth that’s seemingly richer in spices, yet with a well-balanced flavor. I think the addition of those delicious chicken curry gravy to the noodles at the end did the trick. For a spicier experience, don’t be shy with the sambal – it’s a match made in heaven for the noodle.
HOW YOU CAN HELP: 1. Offer financial assistance or food 2. Buy suspended meals. That means when you buy yourself a meal there you can also pay for a meal or two for someone who will use it on another day. 3. Be a volunteer. 4. Be a paying customer. You can either have your lunch here (pay price as per menu) or even share the evening meal (pay any amount you wish). 5. Donate items – food or everyday necessities. OR even kitchen equipment or furniture!
Reasons to visit ChoCha Foodstore: Awesome interior; unique Christmas menu; genuine interest and care in the provenance of ingredients; cleverly interpreted modern twists to traditional flavours
Reasons to visit ChoCha Foodstore: chic surrounds; quality, local ingredients; zero-waste concept; creative flavour profiles.
总的来说, 他们家的料理都是偏重口味的, 喜欢重口味的朋友应该会觉得他们家的料理不错吃, 但喜欢较淡口味的朋友可能就会觉得有点腻~
The best item that we ordered (the bro agrees) was the fried chicken wings. They came in a set of three pieces, freshly fried and still piping hot. The chicken was marinated well and had great flavour, the insides were juicy, and the skin was crispy.
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)! 😉
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.
Verdict: A solid bowl of beef noodles, and I can see why people have been flocking to the place for decades. It’s hearty, it’s comforting, and it’s substantial. Most impressive were the beef balls, which were so springy you can practically use them as ping pong balls – not a trace of tendon or whatnot left. The noodles were al dente and slathered in the savoury meat sauce.
We ordered Beef Mix Noodles (牛杂肉丸) RM10.00 that serves with a bowl of rice noodles (grounded beef as toppings) and a bowl of soup with assorted beef parts in it. The beef was tender and juicy, soup or broth was clear yet very rich in taste, overall taste like having a bowl of Bakso (Indonesian Beef Noodles) instead of the Pho Bo (Vietnamese Beef Noodles) that dashes some extra leaves and limes as flavouring.
Shin Kee's fans like their spicy sourish salty chili sauce.
Overall, it was truly a delightful experience feasting and feeling like walking down memory lane with old skool favorites and yummy comfort food…. Check out Fuiyoh buffet now serving every Wednesday to Friday, from 12:00pm – 2:30pm, at only 68 nett per adult…
Since it is highly customizable, so I choose Pan Seared Salmon as my main dish and opt for Kon Loh noodles with 2 desserts, the Carrot Cake with Toffee Sauce and Egg Tart. Well, you can really taste the freshness of the salmon fish, it can feel the juiciness of its in every bite and most importantly, I don't find any bones in it. Good to go for me!
&nbsp;Priced at RM33 nett, Nourish by Quan’s Kitchen is available at Quan’s Kitchen, Four Points by Sheraton Kuala Lumpur, Chinatown daily from 12pm – 9.30pm
Overall, I liked this establishment alot. It has a quirky and interesting vibe to it. The food is funny, in a good way, and for the prices that you pay, its some real bang for your buck.
On a personal Burnt Cheese Cake (RM 16) is dessert that we found it to be special. We were told it was a housemade, and the definition burnt introduced a slight pleasant caramelized taste into the rich and dense cheese cake. A piece of wonder to enjoy. It is noted half of the cake was grabbed by customers when it is being put on selling tray.
Order South China Sea as it seems crowds favorite @ RM 36. Serve with 63 degree poached egg, housemade hash and salsa. Quite a huge chunk of salmon that is serve, looks great in the picture. It is under season, quite pale in flavour and overcook too. Mix of salsa is a bit confusing, filled with apple, capsicum and the fried hash that looks like being fried in a long serving oil that gives such colour and quite at the base plate. I try to finish my salmon, and I guess I gave up along the way. Turns out to be quite disappointing.
For coffee-lover... Taste coffees from 5 different states in Malaysia, With just one order... Served on a wooden platter, With biscuits on the side...
Weekday lunch set at MYR 14.80 nett with free unlimited refill Luckin Kopi Kaw. I chose Indo Mee Goreng and Ayam Berempah (Deep fried Chicken marinated with spices). This is a satisfying "carby" lunch.
The first time here and I'm satisfied with Luckin Kopi, it has a nice ambiance and decor.
HO KOW HAINAM KOPITIAM since 1956
End with this classic Kaya Butter toast. A simple toast that you should not miss with a glass of Cham and half boil egg.
Love the smooth, simple chee cheong fan, served in a bed of rich, mildly spicy curry sauce, flavoured up with aroma of minced dried shrimp.
I went with the Salted Caramel Almond Chocolate. It was nice – not too sweet, milky and gooey. There was lumps of dense chocolate and nuts which provided a difference in texture. I liked it.
实话实说, 这里的确很适合来打卡拍照, 但是他们家的冰沙还真的让我们很失望
Spaghetti Teriyaki Beef set lunch which includes a cup of hot tea - MYR 20+ (10% service charge = MYR 22 nett). Close up - can see the thin slices of beef, mushrooms, seaweed, bonito flakes and parsley. Luckily the teriyaki sauce is not very sweet and the pasta is not swimming in sauce. I kept half the portion for dinner as usual.
Crispy Chicken with Creme Sauce, 21 ringgit. This was similar to the creamy pesto sauce dish we’ve had previously. I remember liking that one and was looking for something similar, so I decided to give this dish a go. Pasta and sandwiches were not of interest to me today, so yea. This was delicious. The crispy boneless chicken bits and the creamy sauce complimented each other well. The chicken on its own, would have been pretty dry, however, add on the creamy sauce and you would get a burst of flavors and textures. The creme sauce itself came with spices and a lil milky sweetness, it had an overall tasty flavor to it. It resembled thick butter chicken sauce but totally different in flavor. Overall, a delicious dish. Loved it.
The coffee here is out of my taste bud. Not my coffee profile that I like. Latte is more on bitter profile.