Wednesday, January 14, 2009

Lai Foong Restaurant, Jalan Tun H.S. Lee, Kuala Lumpur

Hubby's mom and dad used to patronise this shop long ago, when they were courting. So we took her and bro-in-law back here the other day, to try the beef noodle soup that her hubby used to eat.

They all had the beef noodles soup (RM4.50), complete with stomach and beef balls. The beef fillets were tender and the beefy taste was masked by a strong peppery taste. The broth was rich, yet not overpowering. This rates as one of the better beef noodle soup in town.



I had the fried kuey teow-mee (RM4.50), which was excellent. It came with plenty of cockles and lap cheong, it was dry (as opposed to soggy) and tasty, pretty close to what you would get in Penang.




Lai Foong is a corner shoplot located between Central Market and Kotaraya, which is also conveniently near Petaling Street.



Lai Foong Restaurant

138, Jalan Tun HS Lee,

Kuala Lumpur.
Tel: 03 2072 8123


The food here is good value for money, 3-bams!



1 comment:

jasmine said...

yeah, this is one of my preferred beef noodles in kl too :)