The restaurant previously do space sharing with Nam Heong Chicken Rice at night. Now they operates in an air-conditioned shoplot. At 3am, Seng Kee was packed with customers, no wonder they are willing to open until so late.
The texture is smooth and Q as the raw egg are mixed together and cover the first layer of the rice noodles. It can just slipped through the chopsticks.
The stall is famous for its Mi Rebus and run by a pair of elderly couple. Pakcik does all the cooking, whilst his wife will add on the condiments and sauce.
Tauhu Goreng dia...Kuah kacang dia, Masya Allah, sedap gila beb. RATE 4.4/5
The restaurant's signature dish is Beggar's Chicken which is cooked with chinese herbs.
The chicken was superb. It was a free range chicken. This bird is stuff with lots of Chinese herbs (there was yuk chok, kei chi, dong guai, yong sum sou, n a few more which im not sure what it is). It was cooked in few layers of tin foil and the soup was the key essences to it. The chicken meat was tender, the smell of the dish was amazing the minute the foil was opened.
The restaurant has many stalls however the beef noodles is the famous among others
Have your favourite noodles type with the most delicious long-boiled soup based, you couldn't taste it anywhere else but Lai Foong Kopitiam.
The restaurant is famous for its fish head noodle. The original Woo Pin is located and still is in Cheras however the Taman Desa outlet is much more comfortable to dine in.
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The soup and the noodles I consider the BEST among others fish head noodles i ate in Kuala Lumpur. Rich milky, not a taste of heavy MSG(food additive ), The Noodles(Rice Vermicelli) smooth and non sticky despite the soup burning hot.
There is a famous stall in the Imbi market serving hainanese tea and toast bread with all the red tables.
Love the variety, quality and affordability of the food here, and being beside a market added a certain charm to it. My favorite is the Hainan Tea, Wantan Mee and Popiah :)
This place serves one of the best roast pork in klang valley. The stall owner roast the pork behind the shop so its guaranteed fresh and oven hot. The roast pork here actually melts in your mouth. The skin is certainly crispy
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I would prefer the roasted meat in lieu of the Char Siew, anything crispy and aromatic can easily aroused me.....
One of the oldest coffee shop in KL. This is a good place for breakfast and lunch or brunch. The food served are tasty and service is fast.
One of the most popular places in KL for beef noodles.
The tender slices of beef and bouncy meatballs taste so awesome! Damn syiok ar! Even this is my first attempt on beef noodles! 8 out of 10 I rate for this! ~ seriously recommended ~ ♥
Leong Ya is located near The Mines Shopping Centre and they serves Yeong Tau Fu and other side dishes. There used to be 4 to 5 Leong Ya outlets at the Seri Kembangan area but now they cut it to two branches.
Taste: 7/10 (Not bad!) Price: 7/10 (Ok Ok!) Environment: 7/10 (Normal coffee shop) Service: 7/10 (Not bad!)
Yu Ai's tawny curry is deep and complex, with layers of warm spices like cinammon and cloves and ground coriander, a hint of sweetness from the coconut milk, and a hit of chili that sneaks up from the back of your tongue after about the fifth spoonful.
Firstly, it is not as good as it used to be... Secondly, is getting more and more expensive!!! Overall Rating - 3/5
It's said to be the best satay in Kajang. The environment is clean and neat. The taste is not as good as their branch in Damansara Uptown, PJ. The meat is a bit hard because of overcook.
Very Bad service with very rude waiters. Satay is not that great either. Best advice not to go there. Just get your local satay.
The restaurant has become a tourist spot.
Eaten here quite a few times during office hour lunch quite a few times about 10 years back, and I would say it is a delightful experience. Nowadays it seems this place is overrun by tourist, not sure it the quality of the food manage to hold up.
Mamak restaurant with a great varieties of roti, steamy hot delicious nasi lemak.
This is the "King of all Mamak"; crowded with people during supper time, filled with guiltily delicious food and plenty of variety. Fairly quick service, but there might be some problem getting hold of the busy waiters.