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    Quote Originally Posted by fRaNkY View Post
    Bought some char siew from Aw last week... It melts in my mouth... Wah!
    Also the RM in your wallet .... scarily expensive treat
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    Quote Originally Posted by fRaNkY View Post
    It melts in my mouth... Wah!
    That's exactly what it does, yes!
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    Quote Originally Posted by fRaNkY View Post
    Bought some char siew from Aw last week... It melts in my mouth... Wah!
    That's what it does, yes!

    Quote Originally Posted by currymee View Post
    Also the RM in your wallet .... scarily expensive treat
    Alas, that is true too.
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    Back in the 90s the best char-siew in KL was the one on Jalan Tengkat Tongshin which they later moved or gone missing..? Apollo USJ4 and the one in Glenmarie is the next best ones, supa-dupa yummy. Thanks guys for the recommendations!

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    Quote Originally Posted by dannywong View Post
    Back in the 90s the best char-siew in KL was the one on Jalan Tengkat Tongshin which they later moved or gone missing..?
    Are you referring to Meng Kee, located along the road behind Jln Alor? The road name should be Tengkat Tongshin but I can't be 100% sure.
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    Yes I believe that's the one. They operated from an old colonial shop-house, although the condition of the shop was totally run-down and some deemed it as hazardous even and with a hygiene level below 2 but the char siew was simply 'heaven'. I was told they moved to another location but since I no longer work in city I stopped the 'Pursue for happyness' . Now with Apollo I'm only 10 minutes away. Woohooo!

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    Quote Originally Posted by dannywong View Post
    Yes I believe that's the one. They operated from an old colonial shop-house, although the condition of the shop was totally run-down and some deemed it as hazardous even and with a hygiene level below 2 but the char siew was simply 'heaven'. I was told they moved to another location but since I no longer work in city I stopped the 'Pursue for happyness' . Now with Apollo I'm only 10 minutes away. Woohooo!
    Watch the cholesterol level while you are "celebrating" ...
    Everyday is a good day for GOOD FOOD and a GOOD LAUGH

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    Alamak!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by QuietStorm View Post
    Are you referring to Meng Kee, located along the road behind Jln Alor? The road name should be Tengkat Tongshin but I can't be 100% sure.
    Tengkat Tongshin

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    I was back there last week. The street is so different now and is packed with B&Bs. But the beef noodle (Ngau Kee) is still there and the son is running it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by currymee View Post
    Watch the cholesterol level while you are "celebrating" ...
    Your curry mee at choy kee even higher

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    All yummy food has some form of repercussion. moderate in moderation

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    Quote Originally Posted by fRaNkY View Post
    Your curry mee at choy kee even higher
    Adoi .... I just had one big bowl this morning with all the extras thrown in !!!! Yikes, time to drink the Oats BG22 hahahahaa
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    Quote Originally Posted by dannywong View Post
    Yes I believe that's the one. They operated from an old colonial shop-house, although the condition of the shop was totally run-down and some deemed it as hazardous even and with a hygiene level below 2 but the char siew was simply 'heaven'. I was told they moved to another location but since I no longer work in city I stopped the 'Pursue for happyness' .
    Cool! As I remember it, their charsiew was one of a kind-ish. It just melts in the mouth. Minimal chewing required! hahaha. Damn good, real good, bloody good!! I didn't know they have moved. Have you found out where they have moved to? When I am in the area, I'd sure love to pay them a visit.
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    Quote Originally Posted by fRaNkY View Post
    Your curry mee at choy kee even higher
    Well, if you have to know, the last time I was there was about 7 months ago, so I should be safe! hahaha . Not sure about Currymee's "makan itinerary" though. lol . Wait...just read that CM had a bowl yesterday! How often do you visit Choy Kee, anyways, CM? I find their servings too small. Just doesn't fill me up! I like their claypot loh-sui-fun, available only at night. Been more than a year since I last ate it. Maybe it's time I did some claypot loh-sui-fun munching again!
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