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Whenever I think of beef noodle, like most people, I usually think of Ngau Kei at Tengkat Tong Shin, and to a lesser extend, Soong Kee at Lot 10. Little did I realise that one of the better beef noodle stalls is located just a couple kilometers away from home, at Seapark’s Restaurant Tong Fong.

restaurant Tong Fong at Seapark, PJ
restaurant Tong Fong at Seapark, PJ

The restaurant is of a kopitiam set up and located right behind KFC at Taman Paramount, or Seapark (these two names are pretty much interchangeable). At the corner of the stall, right by the entrance, is the beef noodle stall that offers mixed beef noodle, beef ball noodle, wantan noodle, pork ball, and on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday, braised sirloin with radish.

beef noodle with radish soup
beef noodle with radish soup

The braised sirloin with radish soup is something that I haven’t come across before. With the meat so tender and radish absorbing the flavor of the beef, it was quite a hearty stew-like concoction that I find myself liking very much.

If you order the dry version, the thin wantan noodle is topped with sweet minced pork and vegetables not unlike the version at Soong Kee and Ngau Kei, and equally as delicious. If you haven’t had this version of radish soup before, you should give it a try.

the "usual" mixed beef noodle, dry version
the “usual” mixed beef noodle, dry version

I’ve also tasted t heir normal mixed beef noodle that comes with tripe, beef slices, and beef balls, lacking only beef tendon (I shall ask the proprietor about that next time) and found my taste buds quite agreeable to this dish.

A meal here cost between RM 6 to RM 10, give it a try if you’re a fan of beef noodle!

map to restaurant Tong Fong, Seapark

Address:
Tong Fong restaurant
Jalan 21/17,
Seapark,
46300 Petaling Jaya, Selangor

GPS3.110142, 101.621673
Phone: 016-348 8141
Hoursbreakfast and lunch

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Discuss : KY eats – Beef Noodle at Tong Fong kopitiam, Taman Paramount

  1. Did i just read “radish absorbing the flavor of the beef”? That sounds like heaven! Won’t mind trying this when I’m back! ;-)

  2. tripe! what a tempting spoonful of it! all lovely and wobbly :D

  3. Oh think i had something similar at Lot 10 Hu Tong before, i’d prefer the soup version though. If you happen to be in Penang again, let me know, i can bring you to my fav Beef Koay Teow stall :DDDDD

    • Ken: yaa, the lot 10 version isn’t bad at all either, just no radish lor.

      • At some places, they have radish & salted vegetables in the stock but they do not serve those, unlike the Taiwan style beef noodles.

  4. One of my favourite noodle dish! In fact, I’ve a post lined up on the one we have here – scheduled to appear in two or three days.

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