The famous Soong Kee Beef Noodles from Jalan Tun HS Lee(Jalan Silang), KL has opened a branch in SS2. This place is famous for their dry version of beef noodles but I prefer the soupy type. The broth is just nice and not so overpowering with the tenderness of the beef slices and the springy beef balls.
My side order was a plate of soft beef tendon which was just awesome and practically melts in your mouth. My kind of food!
Restaurant Soong Kee
32, Jalan SS 2/66,
47300 Petaling Jaya,
This is the original shop selling Beef Noodles in Tangkak. Always drop into this place whenever I make a trip down to the south. The dark colored broth, the meat and offal are all so tasty.
Kuang Fei Tangkak Beef Noodles
20, Jalan Solok,
This beef noodle here is good in fact better than good. The recipe is from the Hainanese version. Always pack during lunch hour so be there before or after lunch to enjoy the meal.
Lai Foong Beef Noodle
138, Jalan Tun H.S.Lee,
50000 Kuala Lumpur
Nothing else is sold here but beef noodles. Very cozy place and can only accommodate a few tables. Assorted noodles to choose from and the beef option is meat, meat balls and tripes. Any combination of your choice. Dry and soup available and the broth is usually clear. Simple yet delicious.
Shin Kee Beef Noodles Specialist
7A, Jalan Tun Tan Cheng Lock,
50000 Kuala Lumpur
My first time in this area and basically I am here for 3 things the pork noodles, Penang curry laksa and beef noodles. Managed to eat all 3 in one trip with the help from a family member. I was impressed with the place with so many other varieties of food to choose from. A true typical kopitiam in Malaysia. The Penang curry laksa was great with lots of flavor from the broth. Presentation is identical to the ones you find in Penang. The beef noodles was also great with lots of ingredients, clear broth and a generous amount of beef and offal. Last but not least the pork noodle was beyond my expectation. There was the usual pork slices, minced pork, innards, lard but I did not expect to see some seafood inside such as the prawns and squids. That makes the broth sweeter than the other pork noodles elsewhere.
While I was the midst of consuming my food I heard someone called out my name from our adjacent table and I look up and there she was a primary school classmate in standard one from Klang. What a small world! She was seated with her husband and we started a conversion about food. They ordered the pan mee which is apparently very good. So my next trip there I will try the pan mee and the kolok mee which I noticed.
Restauran Makanan Sun Sea
Jalan Hujan Rahmat,
Overseas Union Garden,
off Old Klang Road
58200 Kuala Lumpur
It’s a clear broth beef noodles basically but I like mine as mee hoon kueh with the beef mix. Must try. If you are more adventurous you can order it as curry mee hoon kueh with beef mix. Also best.
Cheong Kee Beef Noodle
45, Leboh Bangau,
The best beef noodle I have eaten so far with it’s thick and dark broth and a huge mixture of meat and spare parts.
Lee Fong Yuen Restaurant
Jalan Ehsan 3/5