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Thursday 2 July 2020


Hello to All HOKKIEN MEE LOVERS out there! This is an UPDATED post for MING KEE HOKKIEN MEE 明记福建面 relocated at Taman OUG - Taman Overseas Union in Kuala Lumpur! 

This is my family's all-time favourite Hokkien Mee to eat for supper apart from the Jalan Chan Sow Lin Hokkien Mee. If you wanna know more about the Chan Sow Lin Eats - Click: Hokkien Mee Chan Sow Lin Sungei Besi

29 Jalan Hujan Rahmat
Taman Overseas Union
58200 Kuala Lumpur
(Opposite The Market Place OUG)
Open Hours 5pm to 10pm
Closed On Thursday 
(OUG Pasar Malam Day)   

Hokkien Mee Goodness For Supper! Full Of Wok-Hei and cooked with full BIG FIRE or WOK HEI to infuse it with the smokiness and nicely moist with the rich thick black sauce that coats every strand of the noodles.
Facing The Market Place OUG 

Due to his many decades of cooking experience, Ming Kee Hokkien Mee is cooked with full of Wok-Hei and its something cannot be replicated at home, trusted me.

Cooked With BIG FIRE or WOK HEI

Dining here is fun and the experience is definitely worth it with Uncle's Wok-Of-Fire performance while cooking up his signature noodles dishes!

Cooked With BIG FIRE or WOK HEI

Be ready to queue to wait for your orders especially on weekends, but his Black Noodle is worth the wait. Savour the flavoursome thick noodles cooked to the right texture, not too soft or too wet. 

Fried with pork, prawns, pork intestines and pork crackling (Chee Yau Char) using lard oil (Chee Yau), the yellow thick noodles are extremely tasty and flavourful. 

Take your pick of Hokkien Mee Or Hokkien Meehoon or Hokkien Meehoon + Mee ~ Comes prawns, slices of pork meat, pig intestines, cabbage and final touch up with toppings of the crispy pork lard cubes - CHEE YAU CHAR ah!

Definitely a hot favourite among the locals by judging from the numbers of plates forming during peak periods. Using the lard, this Hokkien Mee comes nicely moist, rich and thick best eaten with the sambal belacan and minced garlic too. Spicy chillies and pungent garlic, it complements the dish perfectly.

Price-wise, a plate of noodles for 1 pax here costs RM 8 while for double (2 pax) costs only RM 15. Reasonable price for serving cheap and tasty food.     

hearty and delicious meal will definitely put hearts at ease, right? So why not head on over to Uncle Ming Kee for some comfort food in the form of noodles or rice to ease your tummy and soothe your soul. 

Mouthwatering dishes such as Hokkien Mee, Cantonese Fried Noodle, Fried Yee Mee, Singapore style Meehoon, Law Meen and many more will surely put a smile to your face and tummies too! 

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