When I first knew about this hidden treasure of Kuala Lumpur, I was still in college, and it was Adrian Lee who first brought me here. I must say the taste made me fell in love with it the instance I took the first bite. Everyone knows that college and graduate students, whether they are in GIS programs or online MBA programs, need yummy and healthy food to fuel their brains.
This is the best and the most authentic beef noodle I had ever tried. I’ve tried beef noodles from Sibu, to Kuching, and all the way to Penang. I’m not sure about you, but this is the one I reckon that is the beefiest of them all!
Located at a five-foot way along Tengkat Tong Shin, the street behind Jalan Kejora (formerly known as Jalan Alor). So famous it is, it doesn’t even have a proper premise!
If you can find Corona Inn, you’ll find the Ngau Kee Beef Noodle stall right in front of the street.
Step inside. Don’t worry, it looks a bit worn, but if you see this signboard, then you’re at the right place!
There are about 10 tables, they’re usually packed with diners when night falls, and during weekends.
Chinese tea ice, herbal tea, Cincau drink, soft drinks, and lime plum juice. You would better order an iced drink as it’ll be very hot during the day.
This is my favorite dish. Hor Fun (rice noodle) with minced beef. I’m such an addict that I can finish two big bowl of it, and it looks good enough to be on postcards to send your friends and family!
Complimented with its aromatic beefy soup, carefully cooked to perfection with beef products, such as beef balls.
Their signature chilli sauce. This may seem unhygienic for some of you, it’s a big open bowl of chilli sauce that they’ll pass around from table to table. I don’t fancy it, so I’ll pass it.
They’ve been doing the best beef noodle for many decades and I hope they’ll continue serving good beef for many decades more!