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52, Jalan Sultan
Kuala Lumpur 50000

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Saturday:
06:00pm - 03:00am

Sunday:
06:00pm - 03:00am

Monday:
06:00pm - 03:00am

Tuesday:
06:00pm - 03:00am

Wednesday:
06:00pm - 03:00am

Thursday:
06:00pm - 03:00am

Friday:
06:00pm - 03:00am

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Reviews were really good for this legendary 𝗰𝗹𝗮𝘆𝗽𝗼𝘁 𝗹𝗮𝗼 𝘀𝗵𝘂 𝗳𝗲𝗻 (RM13). But standards have probably dropped — not bad, but a big disappointment from my KL trip.
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The good: Noodles were well cooked, with a tantalising silkiness and bouncy plump bite — they slithered down my throat gracefully and effortlessly. A good amount of wok hei was worked into those little squiggles of rice flour as well.
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The bad: sauce somewhat lacked flavour, and predominantly just carried salty notes. That said, adding their blend of green and red chilli helped to cut through the dull monotony of the dish with a bright spark of piquancy and heat. Honestly pretty decent, just felt lacking in robustness of flavour, which I'd expected from this establishment. (Don't even get me started on their salt mine of an omelette)
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📍 Chinatown area — 52, Jalan Sultan, City Centre, 50000 Kuala Lumpur
⏱️ (Daily) 12pm-4am

The clay pot loh shi fun from this Petaling Street stalwart is a must-include on your foodie's list! Open till the wee hours of the morning, China Town Seng Kee’s Claypot Pearl Noodles (RM13) is a soul-comforting dish worth digging into after a night out. The silky loh shi fun (rat tail noodles) is coated in dark soy, topped with a mountain of minced pork and finished with a raw egg yolk. Mix thoroughly to create a beautiful viscous sauce that perfectly coats the noodles. It's so good that Burppler Kenneth Lee had two orders of this dish – you might want to do the same.
Photo by Burppler Polly Wei

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4.5 munchies: Just thinking about the Majestic BBQ Pork Noodles makes me want to visit KL more often for it. Tossed in a savoury dark sauce, the thin egg noodles were cooked al dente and had a springy texture. What absolutely smashed it for me was the caramelisation of the roast pork – sweet, smoky, and slightly crisp skin. The signature claypot lou shu fun served at this place might have failed me, but this dish was THE saving grace. #Burpproved

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4.5 munchies: Just thinking about the Majestic BBQ Pork Noodles makes me want to visit KL more often for it. Tossed in a savoury dark sauce, the thin egg noodles were cooked al dente and had a springy texture. What absolutely smashed it for me was the caramelisation of the roast pork – sweet, smoky, and slightly crisp skin. The signature claypot lou shu fun served at this place might have failed me, but this dish was THE saving grace. #Burpproved

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Claypot lou shu fun (RM13) & iced ambra and sour plum juice (RM3.50). If you're looking for the dry version, here's one of the place to find it but frankly, not the best I've tasted. Parking is limited and open carpark can be pricey. Won't be coming back.

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2.5 munchies: The dish that I was looking forward to eating the most had turned out to be the worst during my weekend trip to KL. Not only did the rat noodles look pale in colour, they were also begging for more of that starchy, savoury gravy (which needed more flavour, by the way) to be drowned in. Upon stirring the minced pork and raw egg yolk into the noodles, they dried out pretty quickly. Go for the Majestic BBQ Pork Noodle that sealed the deal for me.

Where are some of the absolute go-to places for excellent claypot lou shu fun in KL?

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