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Sang Har Mee at Fun Kee Restaurant

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Sang Har Mee at Fun Kee Restaurant

We heard so much about this place and we drove past it almost every evening. Never a day we remembered of having our dinner there until I was told by my uncle last week. This is Fun Kee, a Chinese restaurant specializing in producing Bamboo Noodle. Bamboo noodle is a homemade noodle by using the bamboo pressing technique and the result is a smooth and tangy texture noodle.

After so much praises and recommendations, we spent our dinner at this restaurant. It is located at the main road of Jalan Sungai Besi, just a few steps after the CIMB Bank (if you are traveling from Kuala Lumpur to Sungai Besi direction) and before the Shell Station. For parking, make a quick exit on the left at Jalan Chan Sow Lin Satu and park near the main road and walk to the restaurant. Otherwise, it will be headache locating a carpark on the main road.
fun kee shop

This how it looks like in the restaurant. Captured in Manual Mode: ISO 6400, f/5.0 – 1/40, no edit and no flash using Samsung Smart Camera NX-20.

 
The restaurant is a typical old Chinese pre-war shop and it is better to dine in the evening as we heard about horror stories on the long queues during lunch time.
fun kee beef noodle

This how it looks like in the restaurant. Captured in Manual Mode: ISO 3200, f/5.0 – 1/80, no edit and no flash using Samsung Smart Camera NX-20.


We should try out their bamboo noodle but we didn’t. Instead we ordered another specialty, Cantonese Fried Beef Kuey Teow for RM 7. There was nothing glorious about this dish in terms of presentation wise but it was sure tasty. The beef was still pinkish in colour means it was not overcooked and it was tender. It was well cooked with “wok hei” (good wok temperature) and the sauce was not too starchy. This was definitely one of the best Cantonese Fried Beef Kuey Teow in Kuala Lumpur.
fun kee sang har noodle

This how it looks like in the restaurant. Captured in Manual Mode:  ISO 3200, f/5.0 – 1/80,  no edit and no flash using Samsung Smart Camera NX-20.
As a Sang Har (Fresh Water Prawn) Mee (Noodle), it was only RM 28 for a plate with one large prawn. The prawn was massive, easily reached 20 cm in total length, for that price it was quite a steal. The noodle was deep fried and sunk with the usual sauce. On a glance, it thought the noodle was too dry but the sauce was actually at the bottom of the bowl. To be frank this was one of the better Sang Har Mee in town.
fun kee sang har mee

This how it looks like in the restaurant. Captured in Manual Mode:  ISO 3200, f/4.5 – 1/80,  no edit and no flash using Samsung Smart Camera NX-20.

 

It was a simple dinner for two of us with two dishes. Both were equally satisfying and it was a right choice to try out this restaurant. We will come back again for their wonton noodle one day, it won’t be far.

Fun Kee Restaurant Address, Tel and Contact:

174-5, Jalan Sungai Besi,

57100 Kuala Lumpur

Tel: 03-9221 1246/ 1267

Fax: [email protected]

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