Wednesday, September 16, 2015

Hokkien Mee Again!

Hokkien mee again - MYR12.90 +6% GST +10% service charge = MYR15.05 - this one is how Hokkien mee should be - the gravy is thick and sticking to the noodles. There are deep fried lard pieces in the noodle.

Wat Tan Yin Yong - Cantonese style mee hoon mixed with hor fun in an egg gravy - same price as the Hokkien mee above so the nett price is MYR15.05

I love to eat the rice vermicelli (mee hoon) when it has soaked up the egg gravy and is very soft.

For fiber, we ordered a bowl of yin choy (amaranth) soup - MYR9.20 nett

We ordered all these dishes at Kim Lian Kee at Midvalley. My friend laughed at me. She said hah, go to Midvalley to eat Dai Chow (stir fried food cooked at road side stalls), hahahaha!

Total Bill - MYR39.30 for two pax

This is how the place looks  like in Midvalley Mall - there is another branch at Viva Mall and and the headquarter is in Petaling Street.

30 comments:

  1. wat tan yin yong looks yummy..

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  2. oh, the very famous HKM from Petaling Street.. anyway, i actually still prefer to dine at their very first and old rundown shop from where they developed the business, though i have to say, kind of taste different from what i have expected..

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    1. That rundown stall only operatesat night, right? No sure whether it is still there or not with the new shop across the street.

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  3. Over RM15.00!!! That is VERY expensive. Big serving, enough for two?

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    1. Serving for one pax only, or for two very small eaters. It is expensive since you can eat the same food at roadside stall.

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  4. Tasted wat tan yin yong once in KL. Love it so much.

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  5. I miss your blog, it's like years mun! hahaha.

    the Wat Tan Yin Yong reminds mo of what we called "Mami" here in the Philippines, they all look and maybe taste the same? :)

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    1. Is the noodle used rice vermicelli?

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  6. Yummzzz, I don't mind having Hokkien mee again.. I can eat that at least 2 or 3 times per week.. The only thing I don't like is it's very dark.. Other than that, I like, especially if got lard inside..

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    1. You can ask for them not to put in so much dark sauce.

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  7. I also like Hokkien Mee and Wat Tan Hor. Hmmm....haven't had those for a while. Now you make me want to go buy and eat :)

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    1. After work go eat at the tiong nam shop?

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  8. I only like the hokkien mee at this place :)

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    1. The wat tan yin yong is very nice too.

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  9. Hahaha, yeah! Go to MV to eat dai chao! I wonder if their old HQ in Petaling Street are still the same, or they also converted into these aircon restaurant type..

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    1. A few years ago the old HQ is still there and across the road there is a branch with aircon. Very near each other.

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  10. Like the choices above.. can try a bit of the two plates of noodles and drink the whole bowl of spinach soup.

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    1. Do you like these types of noodles?

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  11. Hi Mun, I like all the above noodles and the soup too! Even though it's expensive compared to the road side stalls or the smaller shops, they do look very delicious. I do like the setting of the shop, looks very neat, clean and comfy too!

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    1. You are right about the comfortable setting so it sort of justify the price.

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  12. Ooh my type of noodles especially the Hokkien mee. Love to go with pungent sambal.

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    1. The pungent sambal tastes very good but I will be very thirsty after that.

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  13. I hope I can always find such dishes here in my country... they all look so healthy

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    1. erh, I don't think the hokkien mee is healthy - not with the fried pork lard.

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  14. I used to go to the outlet in Hutong Lot10! Good. But can't eat too many times.

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    1. The Hutong Lot10 stall is nice too. I used to eat there also.

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  15. Spot On! You just described well how a good Hokkien Mee should be. Many stalls are not frying well anymore in KL. They were either too bland or watery and tasteless.
    I must try this outlet. You are so adventures to discover all the eating places.

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    1. You can go to the original hq in Petaling street.

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