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This coffee shop, located at Inanam (Before Inanam town) serve very good and delicious beef noodles. This shop famous because of beef noodles. The famous and most popular are 3-Kingdoms and Mixed-beef-noodle. They are serve laksa beef noodle, however, you will not be able to...taste the original taste/receipe of beef noodles. They also serve chicken laksa.
Lately, the only demerit of this shop is that they have expanded with another shop, which you can go in from the original shop and there is one area equipped with air conditioning. Why demerit? The duration to wait for your turn to be served with the noodles is longer and waiting time to get order is also longer. This is because they did not expand the kitchen, the size of the kitchen still the same. The number of workers are still the same. In short, they are trying to cop during the peak hours.
Value for monies as the portion is acceptable as compare to other beef noodle shops.More
Pretty tasty. They offer curry beef noodles @ Ngiu Chap, and original ones as well. Big crowd so be patient. They also offer a few other dishes like laksa and stuffed tofu. Not much variety as their specialty lies in their beef noodles.
It used to my favourite ngiu chap in KK. Famous in its cheap price and large portion.
But today very expensive already, cost RM10.50 per bowl for normal one. However still large portion compared with other shops.
Can try its special Ngiu Chap Laksa, beef...noodle in laksa soup.More
So far, I think I can safely say this place has the best ngiu chap in town. This is the only place where you can get salted vege in the beef broth and the broth tastes beefy too unlike some other ngiu chap stores that...has broth that tastes more like pepper rather than beef. They also have the laksa version which seems to go very well with beef. It may sound weird but ngiu chap laksa does taste good. Well, at least it does over at this establishment.
This place can get rather crowded during peak hours. Try to come off peak if possible. Better service during off peak hours too. A must try for anyone who happens to be in KK.More