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Klang Valley: Seng Kee Famous Claypot Lao Shu Fen, Petaling Street

Klang Valley: Seng Kee Famous Claypot Lao Shu Fen, Petaling Street – I always thought that Petaling Street is a tourist area that don’t really has good food and they are mostly target for tourists which price are high and food at a normal level. But then I am wrong, turned out that Petaling Street has a good food!
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One of which is the Seng Kee Restaurant (胜记) which is famous for Claypot Lao Shu Fen (沙煲老鼠粉) and Roasted Pork Noodle (Siu Yok Mee 烧肉面). So on last Sunday night, I went to try it out to see how good it is. I ordered one Claypot Lou Shu Fen (RM8 – small), and a plate Siu Yok Mee (RM10 – small). Price wise is OKOK, not very high but the portion is a bit small for 3 person  Haha.
Siu Yok Mee.
Claypot Lao Shu Fen.
Taste wise? The Siu Yok Mee is really good which sweet crispy roasted pork and the noodle used is the same as Wan Tan Mee (生面) with some soy sauce and garlic. I like it. On the other hand, Claypot Lao Shu Fen turned up good too with plentiful of minced meat, but yet I prefer Murni’s Claypot Lao Shu Fen.
Nevertheless, this is a place that I will come back again. It’s a must eat at Chinatown Petaling Street of Kuala Lumpur. =)

Restaurant Seng Kee (Sang Kee)

Jalan Sultan, Kuala Lumpur.
Telephone: +603-20785092
Business Hours: Night only – 7.30pm – 2am
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