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Monday, 8 September 2014

Prawn Mee(Noodle) at Restoran Kam Heong

Sometime ago, Papa had PJ to do something after dropping me to school. A bit too early for the meeting so they stopped by Restaurant Kam Heong for breakfast.

Have heard so much about the Prawn Noodles here.

That morning, Mamarazzi ordered a bowl of Prawn noodles. According to her, not bad la. They were generous with the hard-boiled egg. Gave half an egg. The prawns were a bit small ...more of shrimp size.

The soup was just nice. Portion of noodles was not stingy.


Papa not really into spicy stuff....so ordered Apom from one of the stall there...banjir with dhall.

 And topped it off with economy fried keoy teow. Taste....hmmm...okay la...

 Hmmm.....naught Mamarazzi....didn't tapau anything for me. 

By the way, this restaurant also famous for its Braised Duck Rice.


Here is the address for a nice breakfast if you are at the area...but but but....parking maybe a problem ya...hard to find parking over there

Restoran kam Heong,
8, Jalan Tengah (Off Jalan Yong Shook Lin)
Petaling Jaya, Selangor 47300

30 comments:

  1. The prawn mee looks good, very Penang styled type.

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  2. The first dish looks the best to me!

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  3. Papa not into spicy kah? I did not know that. What's apom? Eaten with dhall? I don't think I've tried that before. How come you never took me to go and eat? ;) :D

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    1. how to take you with so limited time ....LOL

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  4. Hmm I macam heard of Kam Heong before, macam very sook min, but forgotten whether actually I've been there or not, haha.. Oohh prawn mee, I love it too.. Usually can finish the soup and lick the bowl clean too.. Slurppppp...

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    1. Must been there before la since it's quite famous

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  5. They purposely drop you off so that they can enjoy some "chang toi kiok" moments alone one XD

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  6. Economy fried noodles are actually quite tasty. But depends lah on where you buy.

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  7. Prawns are expensive lor. So compensate with more egg!

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  8. I always see delicious food here, I could only wish to have some :)

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    1. sure ....some of it are easy to DIY at home

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  9. Macam lots of liew on the prawn mee noodles.. next time you must try the Nam Heong prawn noodles in old town here.. not bad too..

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    1. Nam heong corner lot is it? Think hv tried before. Lol

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  10. Auntie Lina wants prawn noodle. *drools*

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  11. Friend koay teow or fried one Mamarazzi? *chuckles*

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    1. Yikes....cikgu datang with roti panjang liao...

      Wokay..dah buat pembetulan, Cikgu.

      Thank you :p

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  12. Oh! I love noodles! Combined with prawns... taste dalicious!

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  13. Wonder will your mama bring me go eat when i go Kl...

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  14. Prawn mee is tempting. Must try with my my hub. He will simply love it.

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  15. I go there in the evening to eat braised duck often. Long time ago been there in the morning to eat this prawn mee. Small kucing don't know about this trip so no need to.tapao for him.

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