Uncle Cheng Beef Noodle, Section 17

taken with sony ericsson k800i

so much has been said about this beef noodle that i knew i had to go looking for it if i ever venture in PJ’s Section 17. i am not too familiar with the area hence it took me a little while to locate the place. but if you people have been to food foundry, you won’t have too much trouble finding the place.

taken with sony ericsson k800i

the beef noodles here are of the Johor type. the dry version is basically lai fun served with beef slices, tripe, beef balls slathered with a thick, beefy sauce and topped with sesame seeds, char choy (preserved vegetables), peanuts, spring onions. One can have the option of adding some special dried beef slices which are well marinated in a dark sauce.

Even if the meat were tender and delicious, I didn’t think much about the combination of the noodles and the sauce though. the peanuts and sesame seeds added a nice crunch but did little to enhance the flavour. i thought the dried beef slices were a bit on the salty side. still, i did enjoy the beef broth served with the meal. perhaps i should opt for the soup version next time.

julian, the stall owner was a friendly soul who even passed us his name card. however, do note that he does take his time preparing the noodles if you happen to be there during the lunch crowd. but if tender beef slices and parts are your thing, it’ll be worth the wait.

Cheng Special Noodles
Khasiat Cafe
Corner Coffeeshop at Jalan 17/12
Section 17
Petaling Jaya

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9 Comments »

  1. galadmin said

    the beef noodles is actually something different from we had..love the tenderloin version priced at rm 13 per bowl

    epicuriousgirl says: looks like i have much to try from this place! tenderloin next time!

  2. I prefer the broth version too. Find the dry version so so only.

    epicuriousgirl says: guess the dry version is too different from what we are used to in this part of m’sia. 😛

  3. heard so much, read so much but i really havent got to try this yet..so it is around the food foundry area eh? well thats a relief because i actually know roughly where it is..let me put this in my to-eat-list.

    epicuriousgirl says: it’s not where food foundry is exactly, but further down the road.

  4. wmw said

    The noodles are normal but different from the normal fare. It’s the meat cuts that I love together with the tasty broth! Yumz!

    epicuriousgirl says: yup, the broth is beefy enough!

  5. teckiee said

    aiyah.. haven got the time to head there for makan again. miss the claypot beef

    epicuriousgirl says: must try the claypot beef then!

  6. hazza said

    Did you not order beef noodles? It looked like fishball noodles to me. Looked delicious regardless! Must try this place when I am in town!

    epicuriousgirl says: those are beef meatballs! and the beef slices are covered by the brown gravy.

  7. lai fan beef noodle?! good!! i nv try tis version be4! thxQ xoxo

    epicuriousgirl says: you’re welcome.

  8. […] are available dry or in soup. We spotted someone having the dry version, which reminded me of Uncle Cheng’s and had to order it. Lai fun was topped with various cuts of beef, tripe, radish, preserved […]

  9. melisha said

    only beef??/ got chicken or fish??

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