Friday, 28 March 2014

Still A Foodie - Best Beef Noodle Place

Although I haven't been doing anything much, but I've definitely been around eating with the family. My dad wanted to try this place (yes, it's always my dad because he has a love for food like no other) when he saw it on the newspaper. He doesn't usually trust people's opinions on food beccause, well, let's just put it this way -  one man's meat is another man's poison.

Ok la I don't mean to be so kuah zhiong. But you get the drift, very often some friend tells you "EH this place SIII BEI nice! You should def go try!!" and then when you really do try that SIII BEI nice place, you regret instantaneously wondering why you have such people in your life with such an absurd monstrosity of a taste bud.

Yes we all do have that ONE annoying friend who can't tell the difference between fresh and rotten food.

What do you mean by you don't??? Well if you don't, chances are that friend is.... you. Lol *jokes* don't take it to your deathbed.

Anyway, back to the topic of this best beef noodle place. We didn't regret coming here at all.

 And it's HALAL! :D
A meal for everyone.

 This is their menu.
At first you might think everything is rather pricey.
But wait till you see the portion of it.

They had interesting paintings of different types of cows hanging all over their walls.

And finally the food came!

 Ngiu Chap Soup Noodle.
Will you just stare at the generous heap of beef in there.
"Ngiu Chap" basically means beef and all it's innards in case you were wondering.

 Beef Ball Noodle.
But don't worry if innards are not for you because they have noodles which contains only beef, like this one.

Ngiu Chap Soup.
This is without noodles at the bottom so you can imagine how much meat and beef innards this bowl of soup contains.
Perfect for the meat lover.

Ngiu Chap Kolo Noodle.
This is not the end of it.
It comes with a big bowl of soup with beef and innards as well.

We only ordered these three from the menu because the portion was so big, two people could actually share one bowl of noodles.
So if you fancy a bowl of beef noodle but do not have that big of an appetite, be prepared to bring a friend or two along to help you out haha.

It was a pleasant discovery and I underestimated it.
I never thought that they would have such nice beef noodles outside KL, because usually people would flock over to KL whenever they crave for this.
However, I find this place much better compared to those small shops in the city because of the shop's clean and spacious environment, complete with air-conditioning and the extra generous portion they serve.

This shop is located at Puchong, which is really more convenient compared to travelling to KL.
Unless you live there of course.

Kah Hiong Ngiu Chap, 
 No 11 & 13 GF,
 Jalan Puteri 4/8, Bandar Puteri, 
47100 Puchong, Selangor. 
Tel: 019-317-9663

They are open from 9am-9pm everyday.
Be sure to check this place out if you're nearby! :D

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