Wednesday, November 19, 2014

Gyuniku Signature


Beef meat balls Hor Fun Soup - MYR10.50

Beef mix Hor Fun Soup came in a set with a starter, a drink and a dessert - around MYR16

Cashier Counter

Quite a small eatery on the ground floor of Central Market, KL.


Exterior

It serves Cendol too as can be seen from its banner.

There is a bigger outlet in Taman Tun Dr. Ismail. Apart from beef noodles, they do serve other dishes with chicken meat. Nett prices are shown on the menu.

24 comments:

  1. I think I saw this place, but since it is not related to my childhood, I totally ignored it LOL!

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    1. Hahaha you really looking to go back in time in CM. :)

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  2. The last time I went to Central Market was during Form 3! Whoa... that was dinosaur years ago!

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  3. The place looks small but interesting.. Noodles look good, soup looks rich and 'yap mei'.. I like beef noodles so I think I will like this kua..

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    1. This beef noodle is the ching type not those Taiwan style type.

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  4. Looks good. I've beef meatballs in the freezer. Wish I had nice hor fun. We only have our thick and white and chewy kway teow here. :(

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    1. I don't like very slippery chewy can't be broken kway teow. Difficult to chew.

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  5. oh Central Market.. hmm, a place I used to frequent when I was still a student but nowadays I only go there if I am bringing visiting friends to Malaysia.. and not to mention ever makan there before, yeah, I think I really have not makan there before, or too rare I cannot remember..

    gyuniku signature, haha!! what a name., when i saw the name I thought it's a posh flagship of a chain restaurant selling Japanese grilled premium beef!! never thought it's a very local beef/beefball noodles shop, hahaha!! so I guess nowadays, for a marketing gimmick, we must give very common things some very glamorous names also huh?? for example, taufufa the soy bean milk pudding and kangkung the water convolvulus or ipomoea aquatic.. oh I loike that!! :p

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    1. The soy bean milk pudding does not taste the same as ttf. More firm. Those are english names for kangkung. Your english name is also very glamorous!

      their main Gyuniku restaurant in desa sri hartamas is posh i think.

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  6. Like the 'olden' décor...especially those wooden 'shophouse' windows!

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  7. alot of meatballs in the noodle soup! got 7 biji! yum yummmm ;-)

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    1. Wah you count! I also did not count.

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  8. I love beef noodles. Must check the one in TTDI :)

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    1. Or the mother shop Gyuniku restaurant in desa sri hartamas.

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  9. Haha if I'm near Central Market, I'd be going to Lai Foong for beef noodles! Though the last time I went, quality had dropped quite a bit.

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    1. Very crowded and hot lah Lai Foong. :D

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    2. Used to be sedap with the hamchoy and fried lard in the soup. :)

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    3. I have eaten beef noodle at Lai Fong in 10 years ago but the taste of it was not to my liking. I don't like pepper and I think they use a substantial amount of it.

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  10. The outlet design reminded me of the outlet in Bangkok. Nuer koo.

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    1. I have only made a transit in Bangkok. Not been there really.

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  11. the best chicken lobak for HALAL food seeker.

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    1. I will look for the chicken lobak next time.

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