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Four Friends' Meal At Keng Kee Restaurant, Rawang

WOKE UP WITH HEAVY EYES very early around 6am the next morning.  Couldn't get to sleep very well, maybe way pass my bedtime, or maybe different bed and environment, or perhaps it was my own "snoring" that woke me up, my room mates were telling me!  LOL... Alright, I accept the above, they are truly me.  Since we were up early, we got ready to go for our breakfast, contemplating over Kundang or Rawang noodles.... and eventually we settled for the latter.

I think it has been a number of years since we last went to Keng Kee for our meal.... at least 3 to 4 years ago.  This place is famous for the Hokkien noodles aka Tai Lok Mee or Thick noodles cooked with Yam.  Yes, only can find it here at Keng Kee in Rawang.  Another specialty is their Saito Fish Pancake and their Clams.  And we ordered the above for the four of us....
This is Keng Kee at Rawang.... pic taken in 2011... 
Their specials on the wall... 
The Saito Fish pancake... two different types..... 
Something crispier... fried Wantons....
Ginger Clams...
One small portion of Lor Mee... 
Best eaten with black vinegar.... 
And the Yam noodles with the Hokkien Mee... 
Portions for four of us... 
Not sure how much the bill is cos it was taken care by our hostess.... 
Thank you for the wonderful meal....
Till we meet again, Fren.... 


Comments

  1. I dont fancy Hokkien mee that much. Too messy. Lol.

    Fish pancakes and wanton. I super like! ^^

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    1. Frankly me too.. have been eating that for the past few weeks..

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  2. I'm attracted by the clams and the fried wanton, hehe...

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  3. A very special place! The fish pancakes and wantons look the best to me! Wish we could get them here!! And I do NOT believe my sweet Claire snores. You just breathe a bit loudly. Yes, Phil says I snore, but he snores very loudly, like a train! I must prop him up on two pillows and keep him off his back!

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    1. hahaha.. I do.. I do... so I must prop myself up too!

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  4. You are so popular and fortunate lately with so many people belanja. I must hang around you la. Everything you ate was good and delicious!

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    1. Aiyoh.. if you hang around me, then let's see who will belanja.. hahaha

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  5. Looks like a very filling meal with all the delicious looking noodles.

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  6. I'm drooling - those ginger clams look so good! Slurpssss!!!!

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    1. hahaha..hope you will get to taste them one day!

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  7. Hokkien mee. One of my favourite.yum yum

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  8. The Hokkien mee looks so flavourful with the gravy

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    1. Yeah, I could only take a bit here and there.. :)

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  9. The fried wantons and ginger clams look so delicious.

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  10. The Hokkien mee do not tempt me, but the fish cakes n fried wanton do! Yum yum!

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