You may also refer to this place as the ‘day time wantan mee’ as there is the other popular late night/wee hours wantan mee about 500m down the road which has always been a hit with the ‘late night supper seekers’ plus there is the ‘after-party crowd’ that is if they survive the police block further up.
The Ginger Beef Rice Noodles was super slippery and tender! I love the way you need to grab the beef twice (as it slips) because it is so smooth .. delicious. Much better than the Soo Kee(Imbi) as the slices are finer and the meat melts in your mouth.
Finally our favourite dish of the day, the specialty noodle. Greasy, Smoky with Wok Hei, I ate this last.. but ate it the quickest! It’s like a cross between a Charsiew Noodle and a Singapore Noodle. Highly recommended.
Besides these dishes, the restaurant offers wantan noodles with different toppings (eg. braised pork with woodears, chicken feet etc etc), fried rice (apparently recommended by the owner) and the usual fried noodle selections (eg. Cantonese style fried egg noodles, hokkien mee, singapore mee etc etc)
Mr Lee says, “40 years.. not bad huh? My father, his father and his father’s father started up this place. The place looks old, but the customers like it that way. We just touch up the stuff that’s crumbly from time to time, but that’s it. The rest stays.”
Anyway, the next time you are out shopping for a sports car, don’t forget to take a break and have your lunch here, ok? Oh and, consider yourselves, reminded.. 😉
Cumi: If you are lucky during lunch time, you might catch the grumpy fruit rojak man. Nothing special about the rojak.. however, if you prefer your rojak less sweet, this might be for you. the chopped roasted peanuts were crunchy and so was the prawn cracker. Fruits were too young though. It was quite large for 1 person (RM4) so best to share with others.
Who else has eaten here?
Specialty Noodles: 7.5/10
MSG levels: moderate
Fun Kee Restaurant,
No. 174-5, Jalan Sg Besi, 57100 KL.
Tel: 603 9221 1267