Hakka Mee & Shin Kee @ KL City Centre

November 11, 2009

Firstly, pardon the quality of the pictures because it’s taken from my iPhone. It’s only been 3 months and I have almost eaten what I want to eat in KL and I am currently bringing sandwich to work. It’s this whole diet and save money thingy.

Anyways, few weeks back when I was still scouting around for nice food around the city centre, here are 2 that I would somehow recommend.

The first is Hakka Mee at a back lane near Jalan Sultan. It’s the famous back lane where there’s a barber there.


It’s operated by 2 sisters as written on their signboard but I can only see 1. Apart from Hakka Mee, they also served Yong Tau Foo.


The Hakka Mee is somewhat different from the ones that I eaten before. Despite the look, it’s actually quite good.


I ordered some side dishes and the whole thing cost only RM4. So it’s a good meal and cheap meal too.

The next lunch place is recommended by Lin.


Shin Kee, is at Jalan Tan Cheng Lock opposite Lai Fong and their specialty is Beef Noodles.


It’s a small shop and could only fit about 8 table the max, so I’m glad I’m early to avoid the lunch crowd.


The chilli sauce for dipping the beefy stuffs.


Beef balls which is actually quite good. Better than the one in Lai Fong.


The noodles that comes with beef minced. This is actually the dry version. Portion wise, it’s actually very little.


It’s actually quite pricey at RM7 per bowl. So expect to pay about RM10 should you want a larger portion. Anyway, to show you the crowd, this is what the place looked like by the time I leave the place with the lady boss in action.

Well I would visit again lar, when I get bored eating my bread!

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  • Reply Mel November 9, 2012 at 6:40 pm

    Hi, I am looking for this particular hakka mee stall. Do u mind to tell me how to get there? Street names or coordinates will definitely be easy. Thank u.

  • Reply JD November 11, 2012 at 5:18 pm


    The Hakka Mee stall behind a back alley, opposite of Furama Hotel along Jalan Sultan.

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