Wednesday, July 4, 2012

Ngau Kee Beef Noodles, Tengkat Tong Shin KL

One of the best things about the drinking scene in KL is one would be spoiled for choices when it comes to after drinking supper choices. However with the new fast food restaurants, new age Middle Eastern cafes mushrooming in the city center, it's good that some of the more traditional street food are still in operation and frankly, doing quite well.

One of such places is Ngau Kee Beef Noodle stall in Tengkat Tong Shin, just next to Changkat Bukit Bintang where I always grab a pint or 5 from. And 7 out of 10 times after a barrage of pints I'll head on to Ngau Kee, which is less than a 5 minutes walk away from CBB. Don't expect air-conditioned rooms or post leather seats, it's just a simple roadside set up with a few plastic chairs and tables scattered around the stall itself.



















Beef noddles here are similar to those served at Song Kee. Dry Noodles with your choice of noodles (normally loushu fun, hor fun or thin yellow noodles) with a generous splash of meat sauce made with mainly soy sauce and minced pork which you'd mix by yourself. U do get the standard bowl of pork meatball in clear broth as well, and if you want, do order extra portions of "spare parts" parts e.g. tribe and liver!

after mixing

awesome pork balls are ossum

































A small portion of standard noodle here starts from RM6 and comes in medium & large servings as well. Options to add more parts into your noodles are available of course, for a fee. Not too shabby and definitely better than a bucket of fried chicken for after drinks meal hehe. Prices in detail as below:
























Here's a map for you readers. If you are coming from CBB, just head into the small junction beside Radius Hotel, parallel to Jalan Alor. Walk down the road pass a few budget inns and it should be on your right. Sit down, enjoyz :D













Ngau Kee Beef Noodles
Tengkat Tong Shin, Bukit Bintang,
Kuala Lumpur

Operating Hours:
Not too sure, but they are open till late almost every night, never closed when i decide to drop by :)
Always too drunk to ask whenever I'm there lol



doggyjames says...one of the best suppers in KL. protip: try the sugar cane stall next to Ngau Kee, awesome natural sugar water!







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