13 Aug '17, 1pm

Pssstt... Pork free KL style hokkien…

: This place is dirty. Do not go to the back. Food-wise, it was the tastiest of the lot so far (as I’ve said, I have more shortlisted places to visit so I might discover a better one in the future ) and boast of discernible, alluring wok hei in every bite. Unlike those swimming in gravy, the noodles were merely moist and imbued with the tasty sauce. We detected no kansui aftertaste. One of the staff told us that their hokkien mee are specially made to their specifications. Another popular item is the Hainanese fried noodle. And oh, the chilli is good. Not that you would need any. Charcoal fried. This outlet has been around for 18 years.

Full article: http://www.rebeccasaw.com/kl-hokkien-mee-wheres-the-best/

Tweets

Soon Kee Fried Hokkien Prawn Noodle @ Bukit Batok Street 11 - The Hokkien Mee Comes with Sio Bak

Soon Kee Fried Hokkien Prawn Noodle @ Bukit Bat...

sgfoodonfoot.com 12 Aug '17, 2pm

at Bukit Batok Street 11, I was told that there was another Hokkien Mee stall located at the other coffeeshop around the b...

Steamboat Restaurants to Eat in KL & Klang Valley

vkeong.com 05 Aug '17, 5am

Then there are plenty of soup choices that make every steamboat meal different. If the weather is chilly, go for tom yum o...