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30, Jalan Nyonya, Off Jalan Pudu
Kuala Lumpur 55100

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Monday:
12:30pm - 04:30pm

Tuesday:
12:30pm - 04:30pm

Wednesday:
12:30pm - 04:30pm

Thursday:
12:30pm - 04:30pm

Friday:
12:30pm - 04:30pm

Saturday:
12:30pm - 04:30pm

Sunday:
12:30pm - 04:30pm

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Roasted pork (siew yoke/ sio bak/ 烧肉) ranks as one of my favourite dishes and I’ll go all out to try a good version of it. Finally made my way down to Pudu to try this legendary place.

Wong Mei Kee is touted as one of the best roasted pork places in KL. It’s colloquially known as Datuk roasted pork as its owner has been conferred a Datukship. Datuk Wong is the man behind the show where he does almost everything himself from marinating to roasting to chopping the meat. Diners wait patiently for the food to be served at 12.30pm.

I was thoroughly impressed by the roasted pork (RM 17/ person). It was roasted in charcoal. The crackling was spectacularly crispy and there was a good fat to meat ratio. It was amazing how the meat remained so tender, flavourful and moist. Servings were rather generous as the roasted pork was cut into thick chunks. I chowed down the whole plate with much delight.

It’s one awful dinning experience. Waited for half and hour in the queue without moving forward because the owner was too busy serving takeaway orders. A pregnant lady was queuing in front of me, standing there for more than half an hour. It’s inhuman and unbelievable.

At the end, I waited for an hour for a plate of cold siew yoke and two plates of cold white rice. And somehow the sauce tasted like gasoline to me. It costed me $83 which I think is totally overpriced. Will definitely not go back.

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One of the best meals I’ve had in KL my whole life!

It comes from a coffee shop or an institution as my friend calls it called Restoran Wong Kee. The roasted pork is to die for. On first bite, I let out a gasp and the neighbouring tables stared at me. No kidding!

The meat is so so so juicy and tender but of course, the best part is the crackling of the skin which was as crispy as keropok but of course with that crazy lardy flavour. It opens at 1230 and it gets sold out quick. Make this a mandatory pit stop whenever you come to KL!

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Made it just in time after lunch before it’s all sold out and was rewarded with plates of meat! From roasted pork to char siew and especially the roasted chicken that was calling out to us from afar, everything was just super yummy that even though we just had noodles prior to this, we wiped out almost everything that we have ordered. Special mention goes out to the roasted chicken which was my personal favourite for its tenderness (even the breast meat was very juicy), flavour and crispy skin. Everything that you would have expected for roasted chicken can be found in this plate.
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Restoran Wong Kee
Address: 30, Jalan Nyonya, Pudu, 55100 Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

4 Likes

Made it just in time after lunch before it’s all sold out and was rewarded with plates of meat! From roasted pork to char siew and especially the roasted chicken that was calling out to us from afar, everything was just super yummy that even though we just had noodles prior to this, we wiped out almost everything that we have ordered. Special mention goes out to the roasted chicken which was my personal favourite for its tenderness (even the breast meat was very juicy), flavour and crispy skin. Everything that you would have expected for roasted chicken can be found in this plate.
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Restoran Wong Kee
Address: 30, Jalan Nyonya, Pudu, 55100 Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

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A portion of Char Siew, BBQ Pork in Cantonese costs RM17.

The Char Siew was good! BUT wasn't as good as their Siew Yok (Roast Pork). Not bad at all as it was nicely tender!

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