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WHEN Seremban meets Kluang, interesting tastes bloom.

I am referring to Uncle Cheng’s beef noodles shop near Jalan SS2/3 in Petaling Jaya, Selangor.

Sometime back, my father in-law K.Y. Lau made mention of this place.

59F9EC679D1B462495199F307AA4F7E8Tasty treat: The beef noodles with everything thrown-in.

“Eh Sam ah! Have you tried Uncle Cheng’s beef noodles?,” he asked.

“Urm.. No la, never heard of it,” I replied.

The place came highly recommended for their stewed ox tripe and tendon.

And I was told that while the place was pricey, the food was good.

93990EA026794636ADAE0FA0453A12A6The place tobe: UncleCheng’s beefnoodle shop islocated in JalanSS2/4A,Petaling Jaya.

So, having heard so many good things about this place, I made a trip there to give their beef noodles a try.

My choice meal on the menu was the ox tripe, meat, tendon and meat balls which came up to RM13 per bowl.

The portions were small, but I must give credit to the beef tendon which was top-notch.

For taste, Uncle Cheng’s beef noodles would easily score a 6.5 out of 10 on the Samo-scale.

While I was munching down, the owner, Julian Cheng, came by to engage in a brief conversation.

The story told was that the Cheng clan is rooted in Kluang, Johor, and also in Seremban, Negri Sembilan.

Now, both states are well-known for beef noodles and I guess the fusion between the two makes Uncle Cheng’s makan experience a truly unique one.

The shop (N 03 06 707, E 101 36 676) located in Jalan SS2/4A, opens daily except Wednesdays from 9am-4.30pm.

Since parking can be a nightmare here, make it a point to take the LRT as the nearest station is the Taman Bahagia stop and a 10-minute walk will take you straight to the shop.

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