>Kim Lian Kee Hokkien Mee

This restaurant located at cross junction of Petaling Street which is opposite of the famous longan drinks.

This is the most “luxury” Hokkien Mee restaurant that I ever visit because restaurant that serve Hokkien Mee normally are some traditional kopitam or stall at road side.

Bright dining area with modern seat. Besides the normal round table, you can choose to sit on this high chair which can view the crowd of Petaling Street.

Their specialty Hokkien Mee was the dry version that I prefer .This steaming hot greasy noodles taste very nice & aromatic. Definitely have my vote!!!

Fried hor fun(干炒河)
This fried flat noodle is taste a bit too oily for me.

Oyter Sauce Vege
The Kai Lan very cruncy….


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