Has been in business for more than 20 years already and recently moved to this current location after their old wooden shop lot was completely burned down. Their customers are mostly regulars form the old shop so not many people know about this place. They served mainly yong tau foo, regular chee cheong fun and also the curry version. The curry noodles too are quite popular.
72, Jalan Goh Hock Huat,
Popular choices include pork ball noodles, curry laksa, mee jawa, wan tan mee, hokkien prawn mee and teo chew fish noodles. I will always order the curry chee cheong fun from the curry laksa stall. Never fail to impress me all the time. Simple food great taste!
Restaurant Sun Huat Kee
26, Lorong Ara Kiri 2,
Tucked in a corner of Petaling Street, this chee cheong fun stall is quite popular. 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. I like mine plain.
Yooi Kee Chee Cheong Fun/ Kim Lian Kee
49-51 Jalan Petaling,
Off Jalan Hang Lekir,