Beef Ball Noodles at Restaurant Mee Ho Kee – Desa Aman Puri

Now and then I feel like eating some good beef ball noodles, and well luckily I know just the place, about 5 minutes from where I live in Desa Aman Puri – Kepong, kinda like B’dr Sri Damansara 1-5 area, just before Taman Ehsan Jaya.

They have beef noodles with all the beef bits (brisket, stomach, tendons etc), beef balls, beef lo shui fan and pork if you really don’t fancy beef.

Restaurant Mee Ho Kee

I’ve had beef ball noodles, and the losi fan as they call it, both are very good!

This is what I’d usually have, the mince beef noodles with beef balls only, I don’t like all those weird beef bits..

Beef Ball Noodles

The beefballs are very nice, have to say.

Mee Ho Kee Beefballs

Of course eaten with plenty of the yummy chilli sauce.

Chili Sauce

They’ve been in the newspapers a couple of times, so must be decent right?!

Mee Ho Kee Newspaper

My favourite, the mince beef lo shui fan!

Lo Shui Fan

Here’s a map, yeah luckily for you, I DIDNT DRAW IT.

Mee Ho Kee Map




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14 Responses to Beef Ball Noodles at Restaurant Mee Ho Kee – Desa Aman Puri

  1. kimberlycun April 19, 2006 at 10:48 am #


  2. Ruben April 19, 2006 at 10:57 am #

    i think i’m gonna check out ur recommendation later… if you like beef noodles – i’ll would like to put forward the following 3 recommendations… 1. the near next to kotaraya in town; 2. jalan alor (at the start from corona inn – very near that famous char siew place); and the last one (which is my favourite) 3. the stall on Jalan Peel off Jalan Cochrane. Its near the Pudu area – that’s the best man – i’ve been going there since i was a child and just had it last week… btw – there’s a new club opening called ‘maison’ – its near the Loft – the grand opening is today @ 7pm. i reckon they play ‘house’ music – lol

  3. spiller April 19, 2006 at 1:18 pm #

    for those who can’t read chinese, they closed on every Monday.

  4. June April 19, 2006 at 1:49 pm #

    Hey you know, if you’re into Thai food there’s a pretty good one at Aman Puri as well. It’s called “Chiang Rai Style”, and it’s opposite King’s Confectionery. Cheap yet really good.

    I have still yet to try out that Menjalara Japanese food you blogged about before.

  5. irene April 19, 2006 at 2:57 pm #

    ei, my hometown also got 1 restaurant sells these beef ball, and very nice and quite famous in kuala kangsar ler..aiyo, feel hungry liao lor..

  6. Evie April 19, 2006 at 3:33 pm #

    Wow, u take chilli! I’m a local but i can’t chilli at all. Penang has got a famous beef noodle stall too. =)

  7. ShaolinTiger April 19, 2006 at 3:40 pm #

    Wow it’s Internet Explorer day!

    Ruben: Some good recs man thanks. Jalan Alor is good, probably the most famous Beef Noodles around, I’ve been there before. Yeah heard about the Maison opening too (heritage row), but I got no invite, boohoo 🙁

    spiller: Ah thanks, that includes me.

    June: Yah funny you should say that, this place is just next door to Kings, I’ve noticed the Thai place a couple of times, I’ve been meaning to go in, might try it out next time. The food court across the street “Great Wall” I think has some good food too (Great claypot curry fishhead).

    Evie: Chilli rocks! Love it.

  8. pinz April 19, 2006 at 8:32 pm #

    jalan imbi also have tasty beef noodles. the stall is quite hard to find. big beef meatballs are the best 😀

  9. April 20, 2006 at 12:17 am #

    pinz:is it the one at the corner selling for breakfast?

  10. Ruben April 20, 2006 at 10:15 am #

    Hey, if you like chilli – try the famous chilli pan mee near my office.. its a small lane off jalan tuanku abdul rahman in town… name of restaurant is KIN KIN.. u r so right – chilli rawks… btw – u dint need invitaions for maison – if you did – i had plenty – my friend’s dad’s supplies booze to that place

  11. pinz April 20, 2006 at 8:25 pm #

    dinner or supper, i suppose? the stall name is ‘ah ngau’ something something… can’t remember. I don’t think it’s open for breakfast.

  12. ShaolinTiger April 21, 2006 at 12:44 pm #

    pinz: I think I’ve heard of that one before, never been to it tho.

    Ruben: There’s some good spicy pan min in Cheras too! Zz should have told me about the Maison invites earlier 😛 Tell me next time there’s an event, beforehand!

  13. Ruben April 21, 2006 at 3:38 pm #

    cheras? spicy pan min? no way? btw – i’m from cheras… re: maison – ditto.. will let you know in future.. likewise keep me informed of any happenings

  14. ShaolinTiger April 24, 2006 at 3:45 pm #

    Ruben: Yah can’t remember the place actually, but I know how to go there, around Jalan Bunga Raya, food street or something. Sure let’s all go for more free parties!

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