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A new discovery by my friend last round and they are so keen to bring me to this place that they said its one of the best for beef soup so far and before I fly back to KL we stop by this shop to have our dinner. Kang Beef House is easy to be located as its located nearby the junction of the triangular in Jelutong heading towards Perak Road on the left side.

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Upon walking into the shop near to this little stall, you can smell the fragrance of the soup trailing into the air that makes me instantly hungry and looking forward.

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not only famous for their beef noodle, also famous for their Beef Steamboat which I would surely come back next round to try it out.

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 The outlet is semi air condition as they use alot of chilling fan.

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Price here are very reasonable for a bowl of beef noodle.

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Ordered Crispy Beef Balls @ RM 5 which is quite normal & Deep Fried Beef Lobak with their own special seasoning and eat with chili is something good to kick start with @ RM 5

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 Beef Noodle soup with all ingredients added in, from beef slices, beef cubes, beef balls and all other spare part. The soup is thick in flavour, very aromatic and little herbal light taste on the end and love the taste of radish sweet taste. – Recommended~

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Crystal Beef Fried Rice @ RM12.80 is something very unique. I mention unique as with the wording crystal and they actually fried something out with every bite is very crispy with very small tiny cube of crisp. Beef slice is soft and the rice fried with wok hei.

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Claypot Beef Soup @ RM 15 for 2 person with a mixture of beef slices and tendon. Love the soup as its more peppery spicy base with chili padi end that makes it very umph! – Recommended!

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Black Pepper Beef @ RM 15  small  is fried to perfection that the beef slice still soft and not over cook and black pepper sauce all well coated onto the beef slice.

Surely, this is one of the place to hunt for if you love beef noodle soup or steamboat to kill for. Will be back.

-= Ka Ching =-

Food Rating 8/10, pretty good -Stamped-

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

Location:

Location:
Kang Beef House
474 Jalan Jelutong
11600 Penang

Tel: 04 2810892

Business Hour: 12pm – 2.30pm & 4.30pm – 10pm

Close on Tuesday
GPS Coordinates : 5.392588 100.313886


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I used to travel to Jakarta quite frequent and did event stay there for a month leisure and business few years back. Since then my Indonesian friend brought me tried out a lot of their local street food and it just taste good. Since then I am back here, the only shop that taste near to that country so far that I have tried is Waroeng Penyet and Ole Ole Bali but now, there is another restaurant called Little Warong Jakarta that newly open about a month ago that cater authentic Jakarta food that more towards Javanese.

[no longer in operation]

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The restaurant is located nearby KFC and it wasn’t hard to find afterall..

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The whole place was decorated in more like a old classic kopitiam style as according to Remus, most of the shop that operate good food is have something similiar to this kind of ambiance. The wall are covered with many pictures of Jakarta from olden to modern days.

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This little hut that serve the unique desert.

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More of the classic kopitiam style.

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This pictures remind me of all the street food hunting i went with my friend during my period of stay.

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If you feel that you want something different for the day, they sure do have special set menu.

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Not only that, to get used of some Indonesian snacks, you are able to try before you buy… so please go ahead and Tri Me.

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Some indonesian snacks.

Last week, my colleague introduces me to this place where they often have their lunch around this area. They visited this place Yang Kee Beef Noodle quite often and the price charge is quite reasonable. One of their famous signature dish is the Beef Noodle and upon that, what I read from a few bloggers that, ‘Yong Tau Fu’ is also one of their specialties that sell very fast.

I was there during lunch time and expected to wait a while as the crowd starts to pour in, then when comes to ordering, I would always prefer beef noodle in soup version as that’s the best way to test on it with strong sweet aromatic soup base is the best, then my colleague help me to order and recommended to go for their egg noodle as its freshly made.

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‘Mixed Soup Beef Noodle’ @ RM4.30 for small and RM4.80 for large

My bowl of mixed soup beef egg noodle, that tastes quite different from Penang’s taste, as the egg noodle is definitely a great recommendation, that it is fine and quite springy while eating it, soup base is a bit thick that serve along with beef ball, beef slices and some of other beef spare parts. Its not bad, but I still prefer Penang’s version.

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‘Stewed Beef Brisket with Radish’ had been stewed for quite some time, but I prefer the meat to be softer a bit as if when add into mouth will melt into slices. RM 4.50

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‘Dry Beef Noodle’ @ RM 4.50

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One that catches my attention is that, this is the first time I come across that beef noodle in dry version with minced meat add on. The gravy that added on is a bit spicy, salty but when mixed with it, the taste is quite alright.

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According to my friend, they said the beef ball here is hand beaten by the chef that is why the beef ball is so springy like what we always see in TVD drama series or in TV.

Overall, three of us did have a nice lunch while chatting all the way. Worth a try if you are around the area, around the area there are not much parking space and just wish for your luck on that day.

-= Ka Ching =-

Food Rating 6.5/10, not bad lah~ -Stamped-

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

Location:
Restaurant Yang Kee,
52, Jalan Hujan Rahmat 2,
Taman Overseas Union Garden (OUG),
58200 Kuala Lumpur(same row as Steven’s Corner)

Contact:
Telephone number: 03-77843739

Opening hours:
8.30am-7pm. Closed on Mondays.
For Sundays and public holidays: Open from 8.30am-4pm.


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