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Thank you so much for the rating. Liked what you read? Like or share it to your friends!Believe it or not, this particular stall situated at the Chinese corner restaurant in Jalan Tun H.S. Lee has been around for generations since 1956! Not only it was one of the oldest beef noodle stalls in KL, but also among the best if you are a true beef lover. The herb-infused beef broth is especially robust that it won’t be surprising if you end up polishing the whole bowl as clean as a whistle. Apart from the appetising mix of pickled vegetable as well as chopped spring onions, the beef selections (brisket, tripe, lean meat or beef balls) are both tasty and pleasing enough that every mouthful is oh-so-satisfying!More info
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Thank you so much for the rating. Liked what you read? Like or share it to your friends!Amidst all the current major transformations around Jalan Peel such as the MRT construction and the upcoming Sunway Velocity in the nearby area, there’s an unforgettable small stretch of famous hawker stalls where you can find some of the delicious foods here. Among them are the Nasi Lemak stall, and another one is of course, the Yang Kee Beef Noodles stall. The signature favourite is the dry beef noodles. The thin yellow noodles are the best choice, while the minced beef is downright appetising when you combine them altogether. Finally, no dry beef noodles would ever be complete without a satisfying bowl of beef ball soup. Needless to say, Yang Kee at Jalan Peel doesn’t disappoint when come to great-tasting chunky beef balls.More info
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Thank you so much for the rating. Liked what you read? Like or share it to your friends!Here, the dry version is what makes Soong Kee such an evergreen choice among the local beef enthusiasts since 1945. While the combination of yellow noodles, minced beef and pork sauce might look like a simple-looking dish, the taste is simply extraordinary. Mix altogether, and you’ll experience a subtle texture of springy noodles along with the greasy, yet awesome minced beef with every bite. Then there’s the hearty beef ball soup which is served in a separate bowl. The soup is frankly nothing much to shout about, but it was the freshly-made beef balls that deserve a standing ovation.More info
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Thank you so much for the rating. Liked what you read? Like or share it to your friends!Located on the opposite road of Lai Foong Beef Noodle stall, Shin Kee is another legendary beef noodle shop which has been popularly known for many years. The menu is nothing fancy and also limited to three types (Fresh Beef Noodles, Beef Ball Noodles and Beef Mix Noodles). But seriously, who cares about limitation as long as the beef noodles are up to the standard? Well, for that alone, the beef noodles here truly deserve a thumb-up. Available either dry or soup version, the beef cuts are both fresh and heavenly. If you are a big fan of beef balls, you’ll be satisfied with the firm and bouncy taste at every bite served over piping-hot clear beef broth.More info
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