Located in the heart of Kuala Lumpur along Jalan Tengkat Tong Shin lies Ngau Kee (Ngau in Cantonese means Ox in English) , which has been famous for its beef noodles. (There will be a signboard indicating famous beef noodles at the top, so you won’t be able to miss it) When I was growing up in Kuala Lumpur, this was one of the places that dad would take a drive down to the city for supper.
We had the Dry Beef Noodles and Beef Ball Soup. The texture of the noodle is similar to wanton noodles; topped with a thick soy-sauce minced beef which has to be mixed with the noodles. The noodles are springy in texture and are soft. It was absolutely delicious! The chunky beef balls floating in the clear soup was very flavourful too. Together with a refreshing lime and plum juice, it was a very satisfying meal indeed. Other than Dry Beef noodles, Ngau Kee also offers Beef Noodles in Soup or you can have Mixed Innards in your noodles too, depending on your preference.
Dry Beef Noodles and Beef Ball Soup
Lime and Plum Juice
Although the stall is old and a bit worn out as it is located at the roadside, don’t be put off by it as the meal at Ngau Kee will be worth it. You will find yourself slurping those noodles down quickly and will be requesting for another bowl when you are done! (That’s if you are still hungry!)
Mel’s Rating : mmm (good)
Tengkat Tong Shin,
50200 Kuala Lumpur
2 thoughts on “Malaysian Food Adventure Series #4: Ngau Kee Beef Noodle”
Wow! All those Malaysian food you are posting are driving me up the wall haha @@!! Looks superb Mel :)!
Thanks Weny 🙂 It’s time for you to hop on a plane to Malaysia to eat all the yummy food haha! 😛