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16 Oct 2012

Wednesday, 5 January 2011

Review: Jun Kee Restaurant

**Non-Halal**


I've blogged about Jun Kee Restaurant before and it was on dishes served with rice. Now, Jun Kee also serves rather good noodle dishes. We were there for lunch at the old outlet, seems like they're also serving siew lap (roasted meat) rice. I saw roasted baby sized duck hanging at the display, looks kinda delish perhaps next time then.

Let's get on with the noodles. Their Sang Har Meen (fresh water prawn noodles) is on offer at RM19.80 for a single portion but good enough to be shared by 2. The reasonably large size of the prawns seems to be of value for money and I loved the eggy goodness of the thickish gravy peppered with slices of fresh ginger omn top of the crispy noodles.

Fresh waterprawns noodles (RM19.80)-1

Kong Nam Meen (RM10) I reckon must be the poorer cousin of Sang Har Meen for the gravy and crispy noodles are the same just that the ingredients usage is different. I like the large variety of vegetables such as carrot, mushrooms, florets of cauliflower and snow peas. In place of the large fresh water prawns are some prawns and slivers of tender pork.

Kong Nam Meen (RM6)-1

It's our first time ordering this Fu Gua Chow Mai Fun (Stir-fried Rice Vermicelli with Bittergourd RM6). Since I'm a big fan of bittergourd, this bee hoon rocks. Loved the bits of har mai (dried shrimps) in this noodles which gave it a lot of flavours.

Fu Gua Bee Hoon (RM10)-1

We need to have some greens and our choice of Stir-fried Romaine Lettuce with Preserved Beancurd went down well with BoiBoi. He ate almost 3/4 of this plate of vege! Can't fault him when the balance of the sauce was just nice.

Stir-fried Lettuce with Preserved Soy Bean (RM10)

It was certainly a satisfying lunch of RM49.40 for the above plus a pot of tea for 3.


Jun Kee Restaurant

Original, Non-Air-conditioned
30 Jalan Midah 1,
Taman Midah, Cheras
56000 Kuala Lumpur
Tel: 603-9133 5142

Newer outlet with Air-condition
31, 33, 35 Jalan Midah 3,
Taman Midah, Cheras
56000 Kuala Lumpur
Tel: 603-9133 5142

11 comments:

Jen said...

Your meal looks delicious - I miss having the real chinese food actually. It's been a long time since I had home made chinese food lah. miss it so much. thanks for sharing.


Have a HAPPY NEW YEAR
jen @ www.passion4food.ca

Sean said...

they must be doing really well, since they have two outlets in the same taman! and any decent sang har meen that costs less than RM20 sounds like a nice deal to me! :D

Charmaine said...

Every dish looks delicious..salivating. I miss the sang har mee.

Life for Beginners said...

Ooh, that's what I'd call a mini-sang har meen... enough for one (or two, as you put it), easy to order without needing enough pax to enjoy it. Goodie! :)

ai wei said...

i like their chinese food here. ever since the price increase/portion become smaller, we seldom drop by d

Little Corner of Mine said...

The Sang Har Meen really looks delicious. Have to try it when I go back.

Angie Tee said...

I'm craving for Sang Har Meen now. Delish!Oh ya, Happy New Year:D

CUMI & CIKI said...

me and cumi love chinese stir fried noodles! we are salivating!! LOL

Mochachocolata Rita said...

i like the beehoon idea! i always wanted to make some at home but so far hasn't happened :(

babe_kl said...

Jen, do cook some for yourself then :D

Sean, yeah I was surprised too and thot they would close the old one when the new one opens.

Charmaine, care to cook some for yourself?

Yes Kenny but I think not enough for both you and Devil haha

Ai Wei, we only go once in a while

LCOM, yes do!

Thanks Angie

C&C, me too, noodles are my fave!

Rita, time to put on your creative thinking cap!

PureGlutton said...

Oooh...i want that Fu Kwa meehoon! Looks yummz.