Taste quite average to good ... the cilli paste which normally eat with the noodle is not as tasty as it should be . Tourist price for a plate of normal hokien noodle
It was very good before, but now since they employ foreigners to cook. Now the taste is terrible. Now you can see Myanmar people cooking Hokkien Mee
We went at a very busy time (20:00) and the staff had problems getting us menus. We had to ask several times which was annoying. The food was great even though the starters came after the mains, don't think they have grasped the idea of starters in SEA as this is not the first time this has happened. Price was... More
The "famous" black noodles weren't as awesome as some people might suggest. The standards may have fallen, and it certainly wasn't anywhere near the best in the world, It wasn't inedible, but it just wasn't outstanding - a little too greasy for me, and it wasn't exactly cheap, after all you're paying (abeit low-end) restaurant prices for street food which... More
Chinese noodles are still one of my favourite local food. Although it doesn't seem healthy but food is food, we can't have it all. My first encounter with this 'brand' was in Chinatown where you will see foreigners and locals devouring this simple but tasty style of Chinese food. Mind you that simple food does not mean we take their... More
Visiting China Town we had to try a dinner here. Ate outside amongst the din and chatter of everything that makes China Towns so special. Simple food of noodles with prawns and chicken but ample washed down with an Asahi beer, I think! Very basic and I feel it would not be good to know too much about the back... More
We know that one of the must-eat in KL is the Hokkien Mee and was introduced to Kim Lian Kee Restaurant. We loved their Hokkien Mee and they are always our choice for good Hokkien Mee. They have a stall in Lot 10 Hutong and a restaurant in Chinatown.
service is horrendous ... food comes slow, the service staff forgets orders, are rude and don't know how to apologise. i think the management has earned too much money (got too rich) and don't treat their patrons and customers with respect. i absolutely cannot understand how this restaurant can manage to survive till today with such service. definitely never returning... More
This is the shop at the top end of Cecil Street. One operator sells rice noodles for breakfast/brunch and while another serves up the best hokkien fried mee in KL at night. A must try if you're into street food.
This suppose to be the most famous place for Hokkien Mee in Kuala Lumpur. But those days are gone. The current food they serve now are crap.
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