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Shin Kee beef noodle at Pudu is one of those stalls that has been around for a long time that I’m pretty sure the surrounding area has seen more changes than inside the small restaurant itself over the years.

Shin Kee beef noodle near Petaling Street
Shin Kee beef noodle near Petaling Street

After all, the only significant difference Shin Kee is now compared to years ago is the addition of air conditioning & a slight extension to seating areas, which is welcomed by customers for sure.

The selection here is quite simple – dry/wet with several types of noodle to choose from, including yellow noodle, mihun, kuih teow, and the all important “lou she fun”.

minced meat, tripe, beef balls, simple affair really
minced meat, tripe, beef balls, simple affair really

For lunch, I picked the dry version of lou she fun which comes with a side of beef balls, tripe, and some sliced beef. The clear soup is surprisingly flavorful despite its look, and the beef ball springy and rather tasty. Blending the minced meat to the noodle gives it a more complex and character which I really enjoyed as well. The only thing missing here is the availability of extra beef tendon, really.

Ahfa having that "give me my food now" moment
Ahfa having that “give me my food now” moment

In addition to the “mixed” beef noodle that we had, you can also opt for only beef balls or beef slices as well. A normal portion goes for RM 7, while “extra” goes for RM 9. I recommend spending those extra RM 2 everytime.

map to Shin Kee beef noodle at Pudu

Address:
Shin Kee beef noodles
7A, Jalan Tun Tan Cheng Lock,
City Centre, 50000 Kuala Lumpur
GPS: 3.145037, 101.696815
Tel012-673 7318

Discuss : KY eats – Shin Kee Beef Noodle, Pudu

  1. Gee!!! Everybody is into beef noodles – Soong Kee, Idamoo…and this one too. The dry version looks something like the Seremban ones. So crowded, business so good – must be very nice!

  2. KY, interesting noodle use for dishes. So different from Hong Kong types. Must be made only in Malaysia

    • Vickie: yah, I’m not sure if “lou she fun” or literally “mouse noodle” is available in many other places.

  3. immature 2.0

    aii??? i expected a post on fiish and chiips

  4. immature 2.0

    or spotted dick…. ROFL

  5. bloody food bloggers! 😛

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