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Fried Hokkien Mee Loh Mee
Review (11)
Level1 2015-01-04
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Going early in the morning (10am), goddamn hell the worker service. Price for Hokkien Mee (small) will be RM11.50 tax included. Taste good at the starter, but felt salty at last, overall is delicious, recommended to try at other KLK branch. Will never try again. continue reading
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Long queue, heavenly smell and busy kitchen are perfect words for Kim Lian Kee - Lot 10 Hutong. MYR 12.50 for a delicious plate of Moonlight Hor Fun, so cheap and fulfilling. As a foreigner, it's some kind of achievement to get to try the famous Kim Lian Kee.Hor fun, pork lard, shrimp and cabbage mixed with special sauce in one plate, perfect for lunch.  continue reading
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I thought this would be lacking somewhat in comparison with Fried Hokkien Mee and Fried Lou Shee Fun but I was wrong.. It tasted just as good With amazing "wok hei" ; generous ingredients of cuttlefish (my favorite!), cabbages, prawns, pork shreds and of course fried in deep dark black soya sauce and generous amounts of sinful pork lard oil... Man, one can really get fat but who cares ? continue reading
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Level4 2013-04-09
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Today going to try Loh Mee at Kim Lian Kee stall.Loh Mee - Is using the same thick yellow noodles as the Hokkien Mee. The noodle was springy.The soup is thickened by starch and egg and with other ingredient prawn, squid, pork meat ,vegetable.It quite a big bowl potion and serve piping hot.The Loh mee has a light taste. It was flavorful and nice when added with black vinegar continue reading
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Level4 2012-07-16
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According to Rasarasa.net, it has reported that Lee’s agenda are his children’s future and the continuation of the Hokkien mee legacy. Of his four sons, three are helping him out with the business. In November 2009, he opened an outlet at Lot 10’s food court Hutong. YTL Corp’s managing director Tan Sri Dr Francis Yeoh, who spearheaded the project, persuaded Lee to open the place which is now run by his two sons, Shyan Pang and Shyan Bin. Whenever we were around Lot 10 shopping mall, we will have our lunch at the Hutong foodcourt. Hokkien mee is my BF's favourite. My personal viewpoint on this was, not good at all. Too dark the colour, there were times, it was quite dried, may be overly cooked most of the times, tasted a bit bitter. Certainly the standard dropped as compared with the outlet at Viva Home Mall in Cheras. continue reading
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