Malaysian fusion food! Recommended (and very hyped up) by @theoneandonlytrish. Exceeded expectations! I got the Wanton Mee (Dry) which came with a side of wonton soup and a delish serving of char siew. 😋 The clear winner, though, was @pam and @mela's Curry Pan Mee! 🏆 Extra points for the friendly staff and swift service!
Established in 1945, Restoran Soong Kee is known for its iconic beef ball noodles. Minced pork and beef are flavored with fermented soybean paste, then placed on a bed of chewy egg noodles. The meal also includes a bowl of soup with beef balls, innards, tripe, and tendon. Soong Kee is extremely popular amongst locals and tourists, which means you might have to wait for a bit to get seated. Luckily, the turnover time is pretty fast!
Make a beeline towards Mr. Chiam’s for his famous pisang goreng (fried banana fritters)! Mr. Chiam and his son have been manning their roadside kiosk in Brickfields for over 30 years. They only have four items in their menu: pisang goreng, kuih bakul (sweet rice cake fritters), curry puffs, and sesame balls. The treats are deep fried then drained to remove the excess oil, keeping it crisp on the outside. Time your visit accordingly as they tend to run out of supplies quickly!
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