29, Lebuh Bagau, Taman Berkeley
Klang 41150

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Probably the Best Mee Hoon Kuih (RM 6.50) I ever had. Glad that we joined in the snaking queue just to have this.
The handmade dough is made fresh on the spot, you can see them plucking the dough pieces by pieces evenly to cook. Texture was soft and chewy, then paired with that umami flavourful clear broth that been boiled for hours with dried anchovies and other spices.
Boomz! A tastisfying bowl of Mee Hoon Kuih.
The bowl also comes with a generous toppings of fresh sliced pork, vege and fried anchovies.
The QQ noods in the other bowl with the same broth really QQ and slurpy. Much comfort food.
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Mee Hoon Kuih is also known in Pan Mee by many locals around but this is hokkien way of saying it and it’s also different type that you usually get from the shop which is noodle like strip. This type is similar to China northern style noodle which is cut but this is more labour intensive that it requires a skillful people to pull to same consistency or else you’ll be having too thick and too thin pieces of flour.

For small size it only cost you RM4.50 without adding any eggs or whatsoever but I would recommend you to pick Medium or Large or even XLarge if you’re really hungry.

The wait can be excruciating if you’re famish but hey good food deserve to be wait right? They make each bowl individually in each pot and to pull the noodle into such delicate texture trust me you don’t want to finish it up too soon. The soup is very clear and flavourful you’ll surely bottom it up too.

Avoid lunch hour. Go before 12pm and after 3pm or else expect to wait for 1h onwards

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Soup based Mee Hun kueh served with ikan build ( anchovies) and pork. The Mee Hun Kueh itself is tangy, fresh and the soup is flavourful. One should go there early or past 2pm to avoid long queue. This is one of the top 10 go to places in Klang for food.

RM4 only wait for 30mins