Monday, August 06, 2007

Noodles @ Restoran Toong Kwoon Chye, Bukit Bintang, Kuala Lumpur

Here's something simple to start the week with - delicious tasting noodles. This old fashioned place has been around for the longest time ever. In fact, if you read the write ups, the third generation is now running the restaurant.

Since I wanted something different, I went for the Braised Mushroom and Chicken Feet Noodles. Really excellent stuff which was so satisfying. The mushrooms were tender but full of flavour from the braising liquid. I loved the chicken feet which were huge and puffed from the liquid they had absorbed. They were also tender and delicious right down to the last bone. The noodles served were also good, not the chewy type but I felt it had less alkaline water in it to make it crunchy. Besides this type of noodles, the restaurant also serves char siu wantan mee, char yoke (the Hakka braised pork dish with black wood ear fungus) and etc.

It's relatively easy to get parking right in front of the restaurant if you turn at Royale Bintang Hotel on Jalan Bukit Bintang. It's also near the notorious Sun Complex where it is rumoured to house a few brothels. In fact, if you wander down the back streets around this area at midnight, you'll see ladies of the night hanging around to beckon clients from the back entrances of the budget hotels.

Kedai Makanan Toong Kwoon Chye
9, Jalan Bukit Bintang
Kuala Lumpur

(Non Halal. Open from 7 am to 7 pm. Closed on alternate Wednesdays.)

*Disclaimer: The opinions expressed here is entirely based on my personal tastebuds and may vary for others. The reviewer also declares that she has not received any monetary or non-monetary compensation from the restaurant for writing this review.

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Lyrical Lemongrass said...

I've always been worried about hygiene in this shop. But then again, with a stomach of steel, I shouldn't worry too much, eh? LOL.

Used to come here in the old days when I walked from Sg Wang Plaza to the Klang Bus Station (those days, where got car hehe)!

Cat Cat said...

The best way to eat Wantan Mee is with some cut green chillies soaked in soy sauce. Braised mushroom and chicken feet is a must for me on Wantan Mee besides char siew.

wmw said...

Ah, this old coffeeshop! And the days of the notorious Sun Complex! Hee hee...Haven't eaten here for ages, use to stop by here, when playing squash in Sun Complex.

ICook4Fun said...

Hi Boo, been following your blog for some time now. Really love all your food review especially the pictures!!! Makes me really miss home a lot. The noodles really look so delicious especially the chicken feet. One of my fav but it freaks my hubby out when he sees me eat it :)

"Joe" who is constantly craving said...

hahah were u spying on someone waiting to come out from there while you slurp on your wanton mee??..

backStreetGluttons said...

those dark lusty things sure look mouthfulicious and must try one but you just might end up tempting some innocents with those probably more Xciting deserts nearby . Luckily u din go on.....more...
he hehe hehehe
( dangerous slight intermitent laugh )

fatboybakes said...

lyrical, why ah? i thought it actually is one of the cleaner coffee shops actually.

yummmm, i was virtually weaned on this noodles. salivating. must go again soon.

Precious Pea said...

Boo, I really wish i can quit my job and follow you around. LOL! The braised chicken feet looks yummy and ooohh...those thick and juicy mushrooms, feel like sinking my teeth into it.

ZMM said...

My mother used to bring us there on weekends.. this place always brings me memories.. but we'd never stepped in any more, only pass by.

boo_licious said...

lemongrass - it looks quite clean to me. Did you have a bad experience here before?

cat cat - I know! It's so satsifying esp when you're eating the braised chicken feet.

wmw - yeah, everyone said don't go near there!

icook4fun - hee hee, it tastes good so one must eat even though it looks scary.

joe - think the only spying u can do now is who is staying at royale bintang hotel!

team bsg - wow, did u sample those delights once long ago...?

fbb - yeah, it was very clean when I ate there. Furniture is a bit worn but nothing else.

precious pea - it was a very good breakfast. Very satisfying esp the thick mushrooms.

zara's mama - ah, brings back memories for all of us this place.

tanalan2 said...

Great review. Da Chicken feet sure tatsy great huh ??? Have you reviewed on the TUAPUI Meek HUN KUEH in Taman Berkerly Klang ?????? Great food.

Will blog about soon in my blog

Unknown said...

boolicious, i am on the fence about chicken feet, but this picture makes me want to try it!

boo_licious said...

tanalan2 - is this the one known as Fatty Mee Hoon Kueh? Yet to try but hopefully one day I do get to try it.

foodhoe - chicken feet I guess is an acquired taste but conquer yr fears as it's yummy.

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