I had to pick up a dress for a friend from a bridal shop along Jalan Loke Yew few months ago. When I arrived the dress wasn’t ready and the staff asked me to come back in 15 minutes. Instead of waiting in the shop, I decided to have lunch nearby. When I asked the staff for a good place to eat, they immediately recommended Restaurant Hung Kee.
Before going to the restaurant, I did some research on my Blackberry to read other bloggers’ recommendations. Most of them raved about it being very good. Hung Kee was no doubt my no. 1 option at that time.
According to a feedmelah.com, the restaurant started in the mid 1960s. The interior of the restaurant does feel nostalgic.
Even the surroundings feel nostalgic. So many old people around somemore.
The restaurant consists of 2 shops – one of them is air conditioned.
A lady came to take my order and when I asked for recommendation, she said I can have a mixture of roast pork, chicken or duck and also mushroom chicken feet. I opted for the chicken feet.
My meal came up to RM7.50, quite expensive for a wan tan mee plus 2 pieces of chicken feet and mushrooms. The noodles was good but nothing to shout about. There was no orgasmic feel eating the blardi wan tan mee.
4 thoughts on “Wan Tan Mee @ Hung Kee Restaurant @ Jalan Loke Yew”
Any idea on the price without the chicken feet?
Mark: hmm i think should be around rm4.
I don’t mind some wan tan mee NOW!
me too! havent been able to find good wan tan mee in Melbourne!