Tuesday, 21 August 2012

Meng Kee Chicken Noodles 明记鸡丝面 in Batu Pahat, Johor


The simplest way to know what are the good eats in an area is simply to ask the locals what they like to eat. So I asked the lottery ticket seller sitting outside the famous Tin Hau temple in Batu Pahat what is good to eat.


The friendly lottery ticket seller pointed first to the renowned Soon Lai kway chap just across the street from the Tin Hau temple.


He then pointed to Mee Kee 明记鸡丝面 coffee shop next door and told me that the chicken noodles and braised chicken feet are very good.

Since I have already eaten at Soon Lai kway chap recently, I decided to take a chance by stepping next door to Meng Kee to try the lottery ticket seller's recommended chicken noodles and braised chicken feet.


Mee Kee noodle shop is run by MR Teo who ran the chicken noodle stall in Singapore's Ngee Ann Polytechnic for many years before returning to Batu Pahat, his hometown.


The egg noodles were half submerged in a dark syrupy gravy and topped with pieces of braised chicken. The braised chicken was tender and naturally sweet.


The noodles were eggy, crunchy, tender and smooth, lubricated by the syrupy gravy with sweet and salty notes.


I simply love Meng Kee's signature braised chicken feet. Unlike chicken feet found elsewhere which were deep fried before braising, at Meng Kee, the chicken feet were braised without frying.


The tasty chicken feet were very smooth and tender. Meng Kee's delicious chicken feet were sweet and savoury from the braising sauce.

The lottery ticket seller at the temple was spot on about Meng Kee's chicken noodles and braised chicken feet.



Restaurant name: Meng Kee Chicken Noodles 明记鸡丝面
Address: Junction of Jalan Fatimah and Jalan Mohd Salleh (next to Tin Hao temple)
Map: http://goo.gl/maps/0yCg9
GPS: 1.848847,102.927743
Hours: 07:00am to 2:00pm (closed on Thursday)
Non Halal

Date visited: 24 Jun 2012

2 comments:

  1. Mouth watering!!! but so far from causeway =(

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  2. Just finished my lunch from there, should try also the wan ton and the noodle with ho fan instead of egg noodle!

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