Ngau Kee Beef Famous beef noodles in KL review by backpackies

Anyone who is looking for nice decent guesthouses in Kl would definately be staying some where near Bukit Bintang area. Of course you also have the choice of looking for accomodations near China Town (Petaling Street) and also behind Berjaya Times (Something like this place- Equator Hostel)

So if you are staying in Bukit Bintang area, we thought we might as well give you a heads up on the best local eats around the area.
Just on Tengkat Tong Shin, next to Tropical Guesthouse KL is the famous Ngau Kee Beef Noodles.
They used to serve only dinner till late but now it seems they are also open for breakfast. (But in the morning, the owner must have hired some foreigners to man the stall). But we ate the noodles at night as well as in the morning, and they taste the same. Here is what we think of it.

Ngau Kee Beef Noodle @ Tengkat Tung Shin, Kuala Lumpur

The famous Ngau Kee Beef Noodle @ Tengkat Tong Shin, Kuala Lumpur

The seller (both local – in the night and also foreign-day) speak Cantonese (chinese dialect). But to make things easy, thank god they have a menu nailed to the wall behind the stall. Basically you need to tell them

  1. What type of beef parts you want in to your noodles (beef balls only, mixed beef meat or with or without beef innards)
  2. Soup or dry noodles
Ngau Kee Beef Noodle @ Tengkat Tung Shin, Kuala Lumpur

famous Ngau Kee Beef Noodle @ Tengkat Tong Shin, Kuala Lumpur

This is a picture of the beef cuts that they use- soft tender cubes

Ngau Kee Beef Noodle @ Tengkat Tung Shin, Kuala Lumpur

chunks of beef meat all cut and ready to be cooked

Beef stomach that they usually add if you order the mixed meat beef noodles. The stomach is very springy and doesnt really have any special taste to it. Its like eating ligaments from the nose or knee. A very acquired taste really.

Ngau Kee Beef Noodle @ Tengkat Tung Shin, Kuala Lumpur

Pork stomach and bits of their innards

Ngau Kee Beef Noodle @ Tengkat Tung Shin, Kuala Lumpur

noodles being cooked in hot water

The noodles are the Wan Thun mee type which are springy! We just love this type of noodles because the springy texture gives the noodles more life in them. When you bite into the noodles, it is half chewy and soft.

Ngau Kee Beef Noodle @ Tengkat Tung Shin, Kuala Lumpur

Ngau Kee Beef Noodle @ Tengkat Tung Shin, Kuala Lumpur

deliciously springy noodles with minced beef meat and spring onions

We actually had 2 bowls of noodles here. The first one was at 12am in the morning for supper where we forgot about our camera, so we had to return the next morning for breakfast to take the pictures for this blog.
And like i said previously, the night shift was manned by a chinese man and the day was manned by a Myanmar national. Both of the time, the noodles tasted just as tasty. So you if you are staying within the Bukit Bintang area and want something locally famous. Try to get your hungry butt here!!

We give this place 1.5 thumbs up! For more free travel information, please visit us at www.backpackies.com or if you have facebook (everybody does nowadays) please do add us on backpackies is now on facebook.

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