Whilst I was busy at my client's some months back, I took the opportunity to get down to Chinatown (Petaling Street) area to soak up the atmosphere during lunch or after office hours. I like to work in this part of the city as the food choices are endless! Ranging from chicken rice, wantan noodles, chee cheung fun, yong tau foo, claypot loh shue fun and siew yuk noodles, exotic food, fabulous curry laksa, and not forgetting the happy happy pastries for dessert or snack.
Other than Soong Kee, I also like the beef noodles at Shin Kee Beef Noodles Specialist at Jalan Tun Tan Cheng Lock opposite Lai Fong Coffee Shop. I used to frequent their evening stall at the side of Chinatown Food Court/lane behind Hong Leong Bank. For lunch, I'm happy to eat at their tiny shop. Yeah it's really tiny that can fit about 30 people or so and most times you'll need to share tables during peak hours. It's hard to get a seat at that hour but fret not, just wait a while as people will eat and leave as soon as they finish to make way for others.
I usually order loh shue fun (a type of rice noodles) or hor fun (flat rice noodles) but this one shown here is the combination of bee hoon (another type of rice noodles) and yellow noodle (RM5.00 per bowl) that came with my choice of beef meat balls and beef slices.
Simply loved the minced meat sauce together with the noodles. I still think loh shue fun or hor fun goes better with the sauce. I slurp those down with their bouncy beef meat balls coupled with the super tender beef slices in the clear broth in a jiffy! Most times, I will clear the broth too and it's safe to say I don't feel thirsty after a bowl of this.
On the sideline, I was waiting for Yozora to post this Chocolate Cheesecake recipe up. This test bunny and the junior test bunny ate them all up and declared it's delish!! *2 thumbs up* Junior said thank you to Auntie Yozora for the lovely supper. Go on to her new food blog to grab the recipe.
Shin Kee Beef Noodles Specialist
Jalan Tun Tau Cheng Lock
Open 10:30am to 3:30pm
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