7A, Jalan Tun Tan Cheng Lock
Kuala Lumpur 50000

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10:30am - 08:30pm

10:30am - 08:30pm

10:30am - 08:30pm

10:30am - 08:30pm

10:30am - 08:30pm

10:30am - 08:30pm


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When we asked the Burpple community for some of their fave local eats in Petaling Street, it was a unanimous vote for Shin Kee’s Beef Noodles (from RM9) – some even say it's the best in town! Think a heavenly combination of handmade noodles and savoury minced pork served with a bowl of intensely beefy soup brimming with more meat. There’s also a soup version available that's just as flavourful!
Photo by Burppler Rose Lam

Handmade noodles to match the fragrant mince beef sauce!

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Sliced beef and beef balls are ok but I really enjoyed the texture and taste of the dry Hakka noodles.


Introduced By many magazines and media, the traditional beef noodle. I would say that the idea of dry beef noodle was very interesting. Deep savory meat sauce could be mixed with the noodle directly or into the soup. I would pay to buy jars of that meat sauce back. For 8RM, it was more of an over blown media made famous dish. .
Shin Kee Beef Noodles


Ordered a small bowl of beef slices with egg noodles in soup (8.00 RM). The minced meat was delicious, & the beef slices are thin yet still as flavourful. I loved the springy egg noodles too. Will definitely return - even though I had to queue 10 mins (mid-day i.e during off peak hours) for it.

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As his parents helm the streetside Shin Kee in Chinatown at night, Anthony runs their daytime restaurant along Jalan Tun Tan Cheng Lock. Look out for the 'Beef Noodles Specialist' signboard and enter to join the steady lunch crowd. What sets their Beef Noodles (from RM8) apart from the rest — the area boasts many — is their distinctive dry noodle rendition, featuring full-flavoured minced meat topping with a bowl of umami-packed beef broth on the side. We recommend the lou shi fun and Hakka noodles, for their smooth but bouncy textures that complement the meaty sauce. On beef, the crunchy tripe and bouncy beef balls are household favourites not to be missed. Now that the shop has expanded next door, finding a seat has become less of a hitch but you should still expect to share tables with other patrons.
Avg price per person: RM10
Photo by Burppler Esther Setelyn Chai