The Yat (One) and Only Journey

Tuesday, 12 December, 2006

Hoong Kee Seafood Noodle @ Taman Maluri, Cheras

Filed under: Eats — Yatz @ 11:47 pm

SEAFOOD REVIEW FUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUU~!! *raise hands up in the air and profusely shaking crotch*

It has been quite a while since my last food review..Now let’s go for some seafood noodle review..

This time it’s Hoong Kee Seafood Noodle House at Taman Maluri, Cheras..

Do you know where is Maluri Inn a.k.a Hotel Maluri.? It’s somewhere behind Maluri Jusco..

If you do, this shop is just situated opposite the hotel..

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*Hoong Kee Seafood noodle House*

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*The junction to the seafood shop*

If you are turning into Maluri via Jusco-Pizza Hut junction, it’s a one way street right.?

Go until you see this Restoran Wing Lok, then turn left at the junction..

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*This Vono mattress shop is opposite the seafood shop*

Or if you are going via main road at the Public Bank, you know where’s Old Town Kopitiam right.?

This seafood shop is just behind Old Town..

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*Green retractable awning*

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*Wing Heong Meat Product*

They also sell Wing Heong Meat Product, like barbequed pork (long yuk – direct translation is wolf’s meat..But of course it’s not wolf’s meat) and kai si (chicken floss)..

According to the boss here, the only Wing Heong outlets are the one here and one more at Jalan Peel..Other than these, the others are fake and illegally using their brand..

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*The noodle*

The mee being used here is not those yellow mee..I prefer this kinda mee than the highly contained boric acid yellow mee..

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*The stuffs*

You see, the stuffs that come with my dried mee selection..

We have one kinda big prawn, one or two fishballs, few slices of fish cakes, few slices of cabbages, some taufu pok with fish pastes, and around five or six clams underneath..

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*Tom Yam Lai Fun*

This is Tom Yam Lai Fun, one of their special recommendations in the menu..It comes with the same thing as the dried noodle..

Unless you choose something else on the menu..Otherwise, you just order one Seafood Tom Yam Lai Fun will do..

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*Dried kuey teow mee with minced meats*

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*Dried noodle is the best*

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*Extra minced meats, extra charge*

You can order the dried noodle together with minced meats..

But I would recommend you to eat the noodle WITHOUT the minced meats..I felt kinda strange with the minced meats..

I usually went for the normal one..I tried the minced meats once, then no more second time..

The price is reasonable, with all the stuffs that you can get in the bowl..

It’s roughly RM 5 – RM 6.00, including one glass of leong sui, per person..

But of course, there are other side orders available in the menu, such as steamed fish, fish cakes or such..It’s a seafood noodle house anyway..

Anyone want to try.?? Let me bring you there..Haha..It’s non-halal by the way Wink

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