Wednesday, January 09, 2008

Beef Noodles at Kean Fatt, Petaling Jaya

During one of my conversation with UJ, I had told him about the tasty beef noodles in Section 17. He had not tried it before and usually gets his favourite beef noodles from Kean Fatt, the corner coffeeshop which is located at Jalan SS3/59E. As I'm always game for beef noodles, we met up at Kean Fatt for a beef noodle rendezvous one late morning. UJ also mentioned to me that the pork noodles here were quite good too but since I prefer beef over pork, I went ahead and ordered a bowl of kway teow (flat noodles) beef soup noodles for myself.
Beef Noodle Stall
The beef noodle stall in front of the pork noodle stall (both stalls also have other noodle varieties).
Beef Noodles
A very beefy looking beef noodles indeed. The broth was nice, almost herbal like. The mixed beef (meat and tripe) was pretty normal while the kway teow was standard. I still prefer the meat cuts from Julian's stall in Section 17. For those who prefer a heavier taste, one might like this, for a lighter version one would go to Section 17's. The beef noodles here is cheaper though, RM4.50.

Read about the pork noodles at Kean Fatt from Masak-Masak HERE (scroll down for June 6's post).


To be continued ....More Beef Noodles!

22 comments:

Precious Pea said...

I have never tried the brown soup version but it looks good though. Worth a try. As for the pork noodles...we vowed never to go back. Bad attitude and LONG waiting time.

"Joe" who is constantly craving said...

wow..the soup does look very "kao" but i see all the ss3,4,5,6 then i can get confused liao..just like the other time, when i was lost in ss2...sigh..

yammylicious said...

slurp, yammy beef noodle.. i tried chao yang 1 be4 thats more to chili papper soup base.. so spicy..

Jason said...

That's really beefy! :P

Nic (KHKL) said...

i personally enjoy the heavier tasting broth...brings out the beef flavour in it...nice...the bowl of beef noodles look complete (with essential ingredients), btw :)

ling239 said...

i know this place !!
we called the pork noodle store the 45-min wait store... that is usually how long we need to wait during lunch time for our noodle ~ :p

ekeng said...

Mmmmm..I want beef noodle now...it look so delicious..i hope it's not added too much of MSG.

wonda said...

I miss the beef ball steamboat too. Your previous post of woo kok made me crave so much that I looked up the recipe. Too bad, I can't find mung bean flour (tang mein fen) here. *Sigh* Can only look at your woo kok and not eat.

Kok said...

wmw,
Like Joe mentioned, the soup sure looks real KAO! Must be yummy hor? ;)

Cynthia said...

Beefy and flavourful.

Big Boys Oven said...

walio, so gorgeous!

wmw said...

Precious P : Luckily didn't order the pork noodles then :o)

Joe : You can always get me to take you there...simple mah, just belanja me! I eat cheap, hahaha...won't burn a hole in your pocket!

yammylicious : I've eaten the one in Cheow Yang many years ago, can't remember. Maybe should go there again.

Jason : It's really looks that way hor? :o)

nic : Then you've found a place...Pop by here over the weekend, but go early, not during lunch hour. Else have to wait...

ling239: Wah...I might wait but since Precious P say they have an attitude problem I don't think I would want to order from them.

ekeng : Eh...can't remember about the MSG part. :o) You try and let me know?

Wonda : Come back to Malaysia for a vacation? I bring you there???

kok : It is nice...but I prefer a slightly lighter version given a choice.

cynthia : Hello there! Yes, and there are a few types of beef noodles, in terms of style.

BBO : Gorgeous but no problems about being too sayang to eat it! Heehehe.....

tigerfish said...

Taiwan is supposed to be Beef Noodle capital but somehow I still prefer those beef noodles I can get in S'pore/Malaysia!

Jacelyn Chew said...

if my dad and hubby see this, sure their saliva drips!

p/s: btw, i wonder y ur photos can be enlarged till that big!

ai wei said...

i m hungry over here...





SobZzz, sobz, sob...

i can't take beef >_<

Firehorse aka Kopi Soh said...

Hello, if got time can you hop over sekejap? I got surprise for you :D

mama bok said...

I have a hard time going into your blog from home.. i read from my bloglines.. and cannot comment. :( and when i am at work.. i forget to come on .. where i can see everything.. ;) i think it has to do with nuffnang ads you have.. and i have no idea why.. :(
What a bummer. :(

~Christine~Leng said...

the broth looks brownish :) looks like the one i had at Seremban market! ;P miss that!!

team bsg said...

ehh why you must tease people with nex part , kwikly otherwise
fine one beef soup noodles
a day's delay after
every 2 days ok

Jun said...

thr's another nice one in OUG, near the markets. i'm sure u must have been there or heard of it before. i damn bad with coffeeshop names but i know how to go lah ;p

wmw said...

tigerfish : Yah! I know what you mean, Taiwanese Beef Noodles are quite different.

jacelyn chew : I load my pics from Flickr, then edit the size by editing the HTLM codes.

ai wei : For religious reasons or you can't take the beefy smell?

firehorse : Hopped over already. Paiseh, hehe....Thanks!

mama bok : Do you have that same problem with other blogs which have nuffnang ads? Advertlets gave some problems a week back, I've taken it out. And what do you mean by a hard time? Cannot access? Loads very slowly?

Christine : It's different from the Seremban one...I miss the Seremban one too! :o)

Team bsg : Hahaha...No teasing, your post, more teasing. Sometimes tell people about the good food and no address, don't know where to find! LOL!

jun : Does that mean I should get you to go with me? :p Anyway, yes, have read about that one but have not been there...yet.

Garage Scavenger said...

The pork noodle is quite famous here. I just went lately. It was quite disappointing. Soup was all peppery. Quite bad la...