Hand shredded Pan Mee, is often regarded as Mee Hoon Kueh, which meant Flour Cake in the Hokkien dialect. Klang being one of the most popular town that spoke that dialect houses one of the few best Mee Hoon Kuehs around. We are not joking.
Kah Ping is located at Lot5 of an aged Hawker Centre / Gerai Makan along Jalan Gelugor, Off Jalan Meru. A Maybank located out on the front would be a good landmark
Not too sure when they establishes themselves, but as long as we could remember, it has been there for more than a decade at least. The sign of worn compressed fiber tables and plastic red chairs were evident. Not forgetting the less the perfect condition cement floor. A condition well expected for an aged Hawker Centre built for small businesses and affordable food ventures.
While the place is nothing to shout about, the food is totally the opposite. They a small variety of noodle dishes ranging from pan mee, mee hoon kueh, curry mee and so forth. But what they are famous for, is what we are going to share here, their infamous Mee Hoon Kueh.
A small pot of aromatic boiling soup, with anchovies, shrimps, minced meat (pork), egg then followed by a huge chunk of flour dough, being thinly hand shredded and thrown into it to cook. When done, poured into a generous sized bowl, and garnish with some Choy Sum and served with some deep fried crunchy anchovies on the side. Not forgetting a good sauce portion of soy sauce with chili padi. Don’t forget the pepper for a more flavoury savour.
It’s absolutely sumptuous.
Last but not least, to compliment the delicious Mee Hoon Kueh, are some Barley, Soya Bean and Sugar Cane drinks they also offer.
Overall, a decent lunch at a very affordable budget.
The next time, you go down to Klang and on a look out for food, check them out and be prepare to spend less than RM 15 for 2 person.
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