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Saturday 28 September 2013

Beef King Noodles (Revisited)

Beef King Noodles
No. 1 Jalan Brunei Selatan
Off Jalan Pudu
55100 Kuala Lumpur
(Coordinates: E101° 42' 42.3" N3° 8' 15.2)

Brendan had a St. John's ambulance meeting earlier this morning and right after picking him up from school we headed to Pudu. We’ve been here before but that was a pretty while back and the beef noodles soup here is worth a second visit. This beef noodle stall is located within a restaurant with a signage that says Restoran Yong Tau Foo Best Bean Food (confusing, I know!), and is hidden behind a large tree. Parking can be a b*itch during peak hours, even more so during the weekends.

hello again!

 Restoran Yong Tau Foo Best Bean Food

hard at work

the price list

it's always a pleasure to see you, Uncle!

We finally resorted to parking at Pudu Plaza some distance away and hiking back here. As always we were served by an old hunched uncle who looked like he didn’t have a care in the world (with that big old smile he always seem to have). Brendan and I were hungry so we opted for the large bowl while Cat conservatively ordered the small one.

need we say more?

Brendan and I...

ordered the large bowl

which was in hindsight too generous in portion

while Cat wisely...

settled for the small bowl

bon appetit

The verdict? While Soong Kee still ranks first in our list of beef noodle soup in the Klang Valley this stall runs a pretty close second. And the damage? Including a round of (what else?) herbal tea this stall will not cost you a pretty penny as it came to a total of RM20, everyday food indeed!

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