Monday, March 28, 2016

Near is easier

Since the beef noodles at Sri Edaran, Kepong is too far away for us, we settled for Yang Kee beef noodles at OUG which is nearer to our place.

Meal for two

Braised beef with radish noodle MYR9 nett and Sliced beef noodle MYR8 nett. Still as tasty as before.

The noodles with minced pork and choy sum vegetable. The portion is just nice for a small eater.

Total bill - MYR19.20 nett. The cold herbal tea costs MYR2.20 nett. Average price per person is MYR9.60 nett which is reasonable for a decent meal.

32 comments:

  1. Yes, I would not go too far to eat...and not to places too crowded and noisy, so congested and parking is hard to find and not free...and I would never queue for anything.

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    1. Enjoying life is to relax all the time so no need to bother about all these inconveniences, right?

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  2. My hubby never take me go far far eat one, all nearby coffeshop only, sigh.. The beef soup with only "liew" looks so good.. I will order 1 bowl of mee, another bowl with "liew" and soup only, slurrpp..

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    1. What are the coffee shops around you that you find nice? Do share with us on your blog. Thanks!

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  3. Ah, the same one as the one I ate in Seapark. The braised sirloin is their speciality though I find the sauce a tad too salty on its own but the beef chunks are nice and tender (and I love the radish).

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    1. Yes, it is the same one. I have eaten the beef noodles at their stall in Restoran Tong Fong, Seapark too. Sometimes their minced pork will be too salty too. I think it is a QC issue.

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  4. Indeed Kepong is too away from you...and need to pass by a few tolls some more. If really not want is so much, the nearer to your area better, hehe! (and save petrol)

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    1. Definitely will save petrol when eat at nearer places.

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  5. The same reason why I am not able to go to most of these restaurants I read (the non beef one lah)... too far from my home...

    [And of course, my mom also the reason lah]...

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    1. Distance is a factor for you but it is not the ultimate factor as you have mentioned. ;p

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  6. Looks good! But not near for me I'm afraid :(

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    1. You could go to their stall in Seapark which is nearer to you:

      http://eatwhateatwhere.blogspot.my/2015/07/tong-fong-curry-mee-beef-noodles.html

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  7. OUG has a lot of nice eatery stalls, especially nearby the market. My fav is still the pork noodles, yumzzz!

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    1. You mean the pork noodles in the morning at Sun Sea Coffeeshop or the pork noodles in the evening at Hong Cha Coffeeshop? Both pork noodles are from the same source according to some.

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    2. I usually went there for lunch, so i tink is the Sun Sea coffeeshop. The broth is so packed with flavour with prawns, squid and pork...slurrppp!!

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    3. Should be Sun Sea then! :)

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  8. looks good.. like the noodles, the clear soup with beef and also the braised beef with radish.. drooling now~~

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    1. I am also hungry looking at them now, hehehe.

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  9. It looked delicious and appetizing! This photo of the noodles with minced pork really looked like a Korean noodle dish at one glance.

    When the food is yummy and good, no where is far for me! I would travel anywhere to make my tummy happy.

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    1. You are a true foodie then to travel anywhere for good food. :D

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  10. Haven't seen this type accompanied by the beef-radish thing before. Always just soup. Nice la... no need to go so far.

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    1. Yes, no need to go far is good.

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  11. Not easy to get good beef noodles near my place. The noodles in soup and braised beef noodles look delicious.

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  12. The noodles reminded me of Kampua.. or Kolo.. they look something like that...Yes, reasonable prices for this meal... :)

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    1. The noodle is quite similar to Hakka noodle.

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  13. Looks delicious and filling but I don't take beef

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  14. reasonable price for beef dishes..

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