KL Lee Hokkien Noodle @ Kedai Kopi Wan Seng, Towering

Kedai Kopi Wan Seng
Location: Shop lots after Petronas at Towering
Food: 4/5
Service: 3.5/5
Cleanliness: 3/5
Visit reviewed: 08/08/10 and 04/11/10
KL Lee Hokkien Noodle is actually run by a chef from West Malaysia. To find out more about the Hokkien Mee, you can read our previous review.

I was craving for the Loh Mee at KL Lee after one of my member confirmed that the quality taste of the food haven't deteriorated since our last visit (Gary told me that he had a really bad experience during his previous visit as the food was bad).
 Wor Tip (Fried) RM5.00
The dumpling skin was crispy and a little flaky. It really quite similar to Currypuff's pastry. Taste wise, it was pretty good.
 Loh Mee with Seafood RM7.00
The taste of the Loh Mee was good. Thick egg's soup with strong sesame oil's aroma. Added with some black vinegar before the consumption, it tasted superb. The huge portion was enough for 2 persons. My only qualm was the seafood doesn't tasted so fresh. The fish fillets tasted a little fishy. Maybe I should have opted for pork instead.
The Menu


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