family and I were here for lunch!
Preserved chilies and belacan.
Hokkien mee at Rm 5 (per pax). This was the first time we ordered this. Full with ‘wok hei’ It went well with the belacan they served.
‘Yin Yong’ noodles at Rm 8 (2pax). This was very very much more delicious than the one I tried in Leong Ya. (p.s. better not go LeongYa)
Look at the eggie gravy of the ‘Yin Yong’ noodles served here, they were smooth. This dish full with ‘wok hei’ and indeed, very large serving.
One of a must to order. Japanese snail in ‘guai wei’ （怪味日本螺）Rm 18. It tasted sweet, sour and bit spicy. I can finish up a bowl of rice with just the sauce. Besides, this dish is really appetizing and the portion is huge.
The ‘pai guat wong’ at Rm 15
Let me think what else are nice. Hmmm… their curry fish slice, ‘nai you’ prawn (in butter), ‘kam heong’ crab… just named those from the menu on the wall, everything are attracting and saliva dripping.
Jun Kee Restaurant
30, Jalan Midah 1,
56000 Kuala Lumpur.