Act 1: Precious Pea’s Breakfast Excursion – Yang Kee Beef Noodles

*continue from Prologue: Precious Pea’s Breakfast Excursion – Kung Fu Pan Mee.

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After our first stop at Kung Fu Pan Mee, we made our next stop at Yang Kee, OUG. On our way there, Precious Pea forewarned us that we can skip the noodles as the noodles aren’t that nice as previously. But when we reached there, the rest has already placed their orders. The noodles looked tempting from the menu (choose from hor fun, loh shu fan or wantan mee), hence I ordered the wantan mee with minced pork. The noodle was okay, albeit a little greasy. The minced pork somehow very finely minced and lack flavour. The wantan fares better with plump, juicy pork filling.

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The braised beef seems not bad with dark, gooey gravy and radish but Boolicious and Precious Pea commented that it lack the “omph” and not as good as it used to be. Although I’m not a fan of beef, I did try a piece of it and it tastes pretty ok for me.

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The group split after that; some went to search for the nice butter cake in the morning market in OUG, while the rest decided to go for Karaoke! 😉

*Coming up… last part!

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Prologue: Precious Pea’s Breakfast Excursion – Kung Fu Pan Mee

Precious Pea will be leaving on a jet plane to Melbourne to reunite with her sister and nephew permanently soon, hence she’s been having some aggresive makan trips with her Makan Gang lately. And last month, she gathered some floggers together for a food trip in the Old Klang Road vicinity.

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There were approximately 14 of us that day! The PJ Gang (notably Unkaleong, NomadGourmand, WMW, SC, Precious Pea, Simon, Citygal, J2kfm and me) met up at the KFC in SS2 before we carpooled and followed Precious Pea’s direction to the hidden area of Taman Sentosa for Kungfu Pan Mee. And yes, we did bumped into the sifus in front of the shop!

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Ordering was chaotic for such a noisy and big group like us, so we resolved to the “angkat tangan” (put your hands up) method, as if an adult is dealing with a bunch of naughty kids. The variety of pan mee they serve here are pretty standard; with soup or the dry version and some other side orders such as pork meat ball, fish balls etc.

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The soupy version of pan mee arrives first (RM 5 for small, 6 for big). Came with home made sambal and lime, the broth was sweet and flavourful. The sambal packs a punch and goes really well with the noodle. My only gripe would be the small amount of daun cekur manis they threw into the broth.

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As usual, I had the dry version (same pricing as above). It was laden with minced pork, sliced mushrooms, anchovies and daun cekur manis.

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The noodle was pretty good, with just right thickness which delivers a nice bite to it. And it’s not your average pan mee as they cut them in long strips (a few strips of the flour noodle will fill up your bowl in no time!)

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We couldn’t just leave the place without trying at least one of their side orders, hence we opted for pandan chicken (RM 4.50 per piece). The size was quite large, but a little greasy. The meat were juicy and well marinated but lacks the pandan fragrance.

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Kung Fu Smooth Pan Mee
28, Jalan Seri Sentosa 9A/133,
Taman Sri Sentosa, Bt 6 1/2,
off Jln Klang Lama, 58000 KL.

Tel: 016-288 3911 (Jesmond/Molly).
Web: http://www.foodjourney.com.my
Click here for map.

*stay tune for second part…

Floggers who made their major appearance: