Hung Kee started out in the mid 1960s serving delicious wan tan mee and has since expanded to take two shop lots. Situated along the busy road of Jalan Loke Yew (near the pedestrian bridge), parking around this area can get limited depending on the time of the day. Also, the service in the restaurant has improved throughout the years as the food comes out alot quicker.
There are two shop lots side by side, one of which is air-conditioned. Depending on the crowd, you may have to wait for a table as they can get rather busy at times.
To whet our appetites, we started off with a plate of mushrooms and chicken feet. This is always a must for my dad as the mushrooms are nice and juicy.
The siew yoke here on the other hand was average. The meat was good, but some parts of the skin were not as crispy as I had hoped.
When you are here, you should try their wan tan mee. The noodles are delicious and have a springy texture; together with the black soya sauce, you can either have it topped off with meats like char siew, or order a whole plate of it separately. I was also told that the fried rice here is done rather well.
Each plate of noodles are of course accompanied by a big bowl of wan tan in broth.
Restoran Hung Kee
28-5 and 28-6 Jalan Loke Yew
Pudu, Kuala Lumpur
Opening Hours: 7am till 10pm