Leung Kee Noodles, USJ

This handmade noodles shop has been packed with loyal customers for as long as I can remember (ok lah, after I spotted it some time in 2003) and I haven’t had the chance to try it thanks to the serious lack of parking around the area. I’m not too sure of the opening hours as well as I don’t seem to see it being opened all the time either. Maybe a case of closing shop after selling out. But this lunch hour we were in luck. It was open, and an empty parking lot right smack in front! Still packed, and the lady boss nearly asked us to share tables. But lady luck was still with us and the table next to it emptied and we got our own table. Haha.

Since it was our first time, the lady boss asked us to refer to the handwritten menu on the wall to see what we wanted. No rice, only noodles she said. But there’s the choice of their own handmade egg noodles or kueh teow or meehoon. I wanted the ribs but it was all sold out.

Colleague had the basic Char Siew & Wonton Noodles.

Another chose the Chicken Feet & Mushroom noodles.

The ultimate is the Mixed Noodles which has all the toppings of Char Siew, Wonton, Shredded Chicken and Chicken Feet & Mushroom. The noodles were quite yummy and had no strong alkaline flavour. But the toppings were honestly so-so only. I thought the chicken feet was quite bland even though it was soft enough. The mushrooms however were juicy with flavour. The wontons were nice and firm though.

The Sui Kow Noodles was quite nice. Can see the prawns and pork filling through the thin skin.

Restoran Leung Kee
Jalan USJ10/1D,
Taipan USJ,

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  1. Yes, this place is one of my darling’s fav wanton mee place… it serves nice wanton mee…

    epicuriousgirl says: yup, can see it’s a popular place for many 🙂

  2. Those fat juicy sui kows are screaming out at me! I’m practically never in that neighbourhood but this might just change it!

    epicuriousgirl says: haha, guess you’re a big fan of sui kows eh?

  3. mimi said

    That chicken feet look flavorful..but u said not 😦

    epicuriousgirl says: can still try coz some other floggers had better luck and claimed it was yummy.

  4. oooh, must check this place out one day. Now, my next nearest spot for food is Subang Jaya, hence I welcome any suggestions.

    epicuriousgirl says:I’m already looking forward to see what you’ll discover in Subang so I can go and try new things too instead of the same old same old.

  5. being carnivores ourselves.. we should go check out the lovely hunks of pork in that wantan mee! thx 4da tip;P

    epicuriousgirl says: the charsiew? it tasted ok to me only… but the pork ribs sold out fast! so maybe you should try a mix of both 🙂

  6. Those foods are real authentic!!! Yum Yum!!!

    epicuriousgirl says: yup, typical of a wantan mee shop.

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