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Soong Kee Beef Noodle in Jalan Tun Hs.Lee have a good history of operating this place for more than 40 years. Currently helm by his second generation successor, what I was told that taste is still the same.

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One of the place that visited by many regulars since when they are kids till now or even serving second generation of their customer too.

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A comfort food that many will return again and again. Menu is pretty direct as they have mixture of noodle and porridge.

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Soong Kee Beef Noodles is famous for their signature Triple Noodle (dry)  @ RM 7. Springy noodle, mix with their home special mince meat sauce that coated in dark thick sauce is something that you would not want to miss. Serve a long is a small bowl of multiple spare parts of beef.

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Love their clear soup as is something simple and hearty. A place that satisfy your tummy with a very affordable price.

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If you are a soup base lover then do try their Triple Noodle Soup. Soup colour is total different and how I wish that I could have the dry version and the soup base of this soup. It taste more flavorful.

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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.

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Not a bad place for beef noodle as I think this is better than another at Pudu. Will certainly be back again for the night porridge. Also just found out that, Soong Kee Beef Noodles also operate in Lot 10 Hutong. I consider this is one of the better ones compare to others. To some of you might be the best beef noodle in KL.

I have also tried Shin Kee Beef Noodle which is just 2 streets away. Both is quite different. But which do you guys prefeR?

Looking for a parking spot over here can be a huge nightmare as they are one way street and if you miss one turning, you have to make 1 big round.

-= Ka Ching =-

Food Rating 8/10, quite like it as it is quite classic!!!~-Stamped-

–Warning– This is based on my individual taste. Try it at your own risk-

Location:
Soong Kee Beef Ball Noodle
86, Jalan Tun H.S.Lee,
56000, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Tel :+60 3-2078 1484
Opens from 11am – 12am
Closed on Sundays

Tropicana is one of my favourite mall for movies based on convinience in parking, much less people and cheaper by 10%. One of the reason its nearer to my house and office. Well, there are actually some eatery in Tropicana that serve pretty decent food that I small little shop that I have dine pretty often is Tuan Yuen that serve Taiwanese food at Lower Ground, same area as Tea Chansii or Carrefour Level.

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Bare in mind that Taiwanese food are mild in taste, not as heavy taste as our local food.

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This little shop is a small family business that operate by both the ‘tau keh so’ and her son along with 2 worker. The owner herself is from Taiwan that had migrated to Malaysia and starting up this business to promote Taiwanese food. Since I came back from Taiwan, this is something that is quite near to Taiwan food taste and sadly to say she is tweaking the taste to suits our local taste bud.

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Price is pretty decent that starts from RM7.50 and quite a huge range of Taiwanese food that you can choose from.

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One of my favourite is the dumpling that you must order, Me and ken love it alot as we find its pretty similiar to Taiwan. Something simple to start off with.

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Taiwanese sausage is pretty simple and direct whereby you can eat it in most of the night market . . .

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Taiwanese Style Extra spicy Beef Rice @ RM 11.90

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One of their signature is this Big Meal Beef Noodle, Extra Spicy @ RM 11.90 that I often order. Colour of the soup gives you the impresion that its not spicy and after a few sips of the soup, it will make your tongue numb as, spiciness are more towards Szechuan style. Loving it~ noodle are not cook consistant as it is suppose to be smooth and thin while eating and it have to depends on who cook it. If cook by both the owner or the son it taste good, and if its the worker, it would be usually overcook.

Beef slices are soft and goes well with noodle. They do prepare tissue for you on the table for you to wipe your sweat off. :D, Those who could not take spicy dish, it is not adviseable to order this, or maybe you can request the owner to toned it down for you.

Another thing that its a must order in here is their Winter Melon Tea. One of the best by far that I often came here to make a take away. I personally feel that it beats any of the bubble milk tea shop out there.

One of my personal fav Taiwanese shop.

*Pork Free

-= Ka Ching =-

Food Rating 8/10, simple and nice . !

-Stamped- –Warning– This is based on my individual taste. Try it at your own risk-

Location:
Tuan Yuen Taiwanese Food
Lower Ground (same level as Carrefour)
Tropicana City Mall,
PJ

Gyuniku Beef Noodle House is a hidden gem in Desa Sri Hartamas that I actually did not know that located directly behind of the famous Soul Out actually hidden another small shop which I find that their food is actually quite good. If not because of my siau gang from Penang bring me here, I sure would not discover another new shop in the area. .

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A very classic shop of noodle stall or I would say modern style if you are comparing with food court or the road side stall. Cosy area and friendly staff had just make our day a perfect start and the owner also speak hokkien. 🙂

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I was there for second round so I was more like a taster rather than a diner. They order ‘Beef Ball’ which I find the taste rather strong in taste which I prefer it to be, a bit spicy yet sour and the authentic beef taste is detected. RM 7

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‘Beef Rice’ as the look of it already makes me want to eat it even though I am full from the first round. Soft beef slices add on with the mild gravy that makes the rice flood with gravy is just tempting as it is. RM 10

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If you are a person who loves spare parts, ‘Brisket Rice’ is recommended by me. The black peper sauce which is just right to cover the taste of the brisket yet its chewy and a bit soft that doesn’t makes it too hard or over cook ( at certain places) is just perfect. RM 11

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Not a big fan of ‘Fish Ball’ therefore I find it rather normal.

I am sure that I would return here for second round to actually sit down and enjoy my simple dish of beef rice.

-= Ka Ching =-

Food Rating 7/10, Not bad ah~-Stamped-

–Warning– This is based on my individual taste. Try it at your own risk-

Location:
Gyuniku Beef Noodle House
No. 20 Jalan 28/70A,
Desa Sri Hartamas
Kuala Lumpur
No. 20 Jalan 28/70A, Desa Sri Hartamas

This is my first time step into this mall, interesting which is the mall is still brand new and the wonderful thing is the parking is free. Lol. As I thought this shopping mall would be a very nice place to shop but it turns out to be like another Mid Valley, but of course what interest me the most is there are alot of types of restaurant in this mall which other place do not have and there is one restaurant tat I first saw was the famous Japanese restaurant from Indonesia has landed here. It is Sushi Tei. Which my Indonesian friends always bring me to eat when I visit them at Medan or Jakarta. Will try next round.

But back here, was very hungry and was late in the afternoon. So was walking around and looking around on all the restaurant available. What makes me choose this 1 was it was Vietnamese food and it has been along time since I last eat a nice Vietnamese food and the staff there was very friendly when I was standing and browsing through on the menu, one of the guy which is not local, came out and introduce me all their signature item and that had attracted me to go in because of the guy.

But from the outlook itself I had already made my choice up already and just that wanna go see what are the other choices of food available in the mall since it is not big.

Surprisingly, it is a large franchise chain as it stated all the places that it had branches in the country. Open kitchen concept.

Their seating area also very comfortable and with a bit like bamboo on the wall which makes like a bit natural and jungle feel.lol~
It even had a website to visit for further detail of franchise opportunity and the company background itself.
A traditional type of Vietnamese food menu. Do not need many fancy pages only 2-4 pages. Done. Which they are always famous for their beef noodle. Signature I would say but damm, I cannot eat beef…*drooling because of praying. Not superstitious but a piece of advice from ppl around me.
When I saw this in the menu, thought of it was very unique ‘Vietnam Coffee Milk & Ice’. So order included when it came, surprise me also, the coffee is like freshly brew and was like dripping inside as they pour the hot water from the top and drop. Very strong and nice coffee smell although I am not a fancy coffee drinker as it brings me the opposite effect(means sleepy). The ice they gave me was like the whole glass they put into the frozen area and brought it out I thought that they are giving me a beer mug but nope for me to pour over and the best is they help me to mix it and it taste perfectly nice. RM4.90 for this cute little thing.
As for traditional Vietnamese food which I never miss which is the entree, ‘Summer Roll’ or what I called it Vietnamese popiah..lol~ of course when you start to eat, you have to put alot of the thing in the sauce plate. It goes on very well, it gives me the feel like eating in one of the best restaurant when I was in Melb. RM3.55 for this.
Hrmmm…..here comes the main dish, a very traditional and signature of Vietnamese food or which I would say must try, the ‘Vietnamese Noodle(brisket,tendon,and another 2 cow parts) which I claim to be the cow spare parts. If you love spare parts, you gonna love this food and in the menu, let you choose on which part of the beef you want. Some comes in a combo. Last time I usually take combo which means everything also have. hehe. The soup is just very nice and sweet full with the base of the beef soup that I am expecting. I did curi try to drink the soup abit and my friend finish the whole bowl. Yummy good as what was said.RM15.99
This is my dish as I cannot eat beef (damm disappointed) but then this looks good also. Comes with 2 popiah and chicken which is called ‘Grilled Chicken & Fried Roll’. I did not start to eat the rice first but this time try to eat the chicken. When the first bite into my mouth, I was like…ermmm…..damm nice taste of the chicken, perfectly grilled and the enough taste on the chicken with its own seasoning. When tried on the popiah, took the whole thing into my mouth and spit it out again as it was too hot. hahah(tam samcantonese) but taste not bad. RM12.99 for mine. As total bill came into RM41.15 as I think the price is very reasonable.
The friendliness of the staff there had been very helpfull and the captain came by and ask us how is the food there as he wants to get some feed back as it is newly open. Of course my feed back was more than satisfying never got disappointed.. Will come and dine again by introducing more friends and blog food readers. 😉
-= KA CHING =-
Food rating 10/10 , Si Pek good AH-Stamped-
-WARNING –This is based on my individual taste. Try it at your own risk-
Location:
Pro Hoa
Lot L1-52, First Floor,
Tropicana City Mall,
3,Jln SS20/27 47400
PJ
 
Tel:03-7728 1714

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