4, Jalan SS2/24
Petaling Jaya 47300

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08:00am - 10:00pm

08:00am - 10:00pm

08:00am - 10:00pm

08:00am - 10:00pm

08:00am - 10:00pm

08:00am - 10:00pm

08:00am - 10:00pm

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Really delicious and eat it first time. Kids can eat it so good....

My husband told me that drink taste is most best than HK milk tea!

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Really yummy. The Chinese owner really skillful to make that food.

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When it comes to Chinese-style breakfast and brunch, SS2's Tang Pin Kitchen hits the spot. The cosy space offers some peace and quiet on early weekend mornings, so it's a perfect place to bring the parents! Their signature Mee Pok (RM7) comes in petite bowls, boosted by mounds of minced meat and crispy pork lard — a smooth order for noodle and pork-lovers. To seal the dish, add a runny egg for an additional RM1.20 and finish with a dollop of the housemade chili dip. For something unique, try the Fried Porridge (RM13 for two). A recipe rarely found in KL, it is done very well here to the effects of robust umami flavours. Options don't run short in their menu, so you can even start your day with Tang Pin Toast Bread (RM2.50), Yam Cake (RM3.50) or more. Just make sure to cap it off with a Signature Hainan Tea (RM3.80) — aromatic milk tea beautifully topped with a layer of fluffy foam.
Avg price per person: RM15
Photo by Burpple Tastemaker Sok Chien


Ooooodles of noooods at this delicious spot! If you’re not familiar with the joys of Teochew mee pok, be sure to put Tang Pin on your culinary bucket list. Handmade springy noodle served with minced meat and crunchy pork lard, I could have this everyday if I didn’t have to watch my waistline. Tastemaker Brian suggests adding the belacan chilli sauce to the noodle and what a difference it makes! There’s a lot more to try here like the fried porridge and fish ball soup. You’ll be tearing your hair out trying to decide. Save the hair, just come here for the mee pok, mmkay.


I would say it's one of the comfy food on a rainy day (if it rains) but mee pok is still my top fav dish. Having fun wheeeeee~~ .