Pudu Historical Hakka Mee

Pudu Wai Sek Gai, a heaven for foodies, is an iconic street selling street food during day and night. You should never miss outChun Kei Dai Bu Meealso known as Hakka Mee which has been operated for more than 90 years and it is now run by the 4th generation! As you know, a massive fire burnt down the place last year September and all stalls were forced to close down for rebuild. Fortunately, the incident never stop the owner from rebuilding their business. Yet, they opened a restaurant inside Pudu Wai Sek Gai and you can now indulge Hakka Mee in a cozy environment.

Their homemade Hakka Mee is no doubt springy and smooth! Coated with minced meat, char siew and vegetables. Bosses take their shift on preparation and cooking the noodle. I personally prefer their homemade ‘Lou Shu Fen’ instead, it is bouncy and smooth compare to what you had outside. I am glad that they remain using rooster bowls and wooden chopsticks to serve the patrons not only it reminisces about the past yet it symbolises the ‘age’ of this Hakka Mee. Chun Kei Dai Bu Meerestaurant opens in the morning only while old shop opens at night. Bring your friends along to recall the good old days!

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Operation Hours:

Restaurant (Morning only)  0600 – 1500

Stall (Night only)  1700 – 2130

Lunar Calendar(Chor 1 and Chor 15) –  Closed

Location: No 2G Jalan Sayur, Off Pudu, Pudu, 55100 Kuala Lumpur

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