November 12, 2021 Selangor



“Ulu Yam Loh Mee” is all the while among the local’s favourite kind of noodles selection, which being practised since decades to be also the Ulu Yam’s (Selangor) local delicacy noodles eatery carrying by carriers on respective recipes on the ground. Too nowadays being brought into around the nations, can be easily found everywhere. Here in the state of Selangor, we found and being successfully recognised among the best recommended Ulu Yam Loh Mee specialist “Hock Kee” running for more than 10 years at Selangor & Kuala Lumpur having great positive response from the market recently.

The Ulu Yam, Selangor local originated Mr. Ong Kim Han (born 1978), together with his wife Ms. Venice Lui Soi Teng (born 1981) both were the initial founders and also the recent couple owners of this best recognised “Hock Kee” Ulu Yam Loh Mee eating house around the nation serving their very hometown Ulu Yam’s local Loh Mee eatery and also other signature menus on table to the locals & visitors all under the roofs in better manner today to serve their customers thoroughly.

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The founder cum first owner Ong Kim Han, who at his age of 43 years old currently, been initially stepped into the f&b industry at his 16th of age began as a kitchen trainee touched the Chinese Dim Sum field at Kuala Lumpur in the year 1994. Then been positioned as an Assistant Chinese Cuisine & Dim Sum Chef enabled Kim Han running his very first home-based roadside eating stall at hometown Ulu Yam, Selangor in the year 1997. Later-on moving into his first Chinese Dim Sum Restaurant at Batang Kali, followed by at Tanjung Malim & Subang Jaya respectively, where wife Venice Lui (who all the while since kids touched the industry helping father in their family’s restaurant) joined helping on the ground. Also been running their Chinese Seafood & Dim Sum Restaurant since year 2000 at Subang Jaya for about 7 years reached 2007 ended in circumstances.

With recipes & experiences on-hand, added with wife Venice father’s hometown Ulu Yam Loh Mee recipes holding and wishing to bring into the market foreseeing the opportunity locally allowed Kim Han bodied-up with father-in-law started their partnership “Hong Lim Ulu Yam Loh Mee” eating house at Subang Jaya in the year 2005 as their beginning. Then officially established their very owned couple’s “Restoran Hock Kee Ulu Yam Loh Mee” noodle house at Bukit Tinggi, Klang in the year 2010. Followed by other outlets at Taman Overseas Union (OUG), USJ Subang Jaya, Maluri Cheras and Kota Damansara along Selangor & Kuala Lumpur respectively continue their exposure in the career presenting their hometown Ulu Yam Loh Mee to the public. Also began their homemade noodles (rough round flour noodles) in the year 2013 mainly for their restaurant’s servings only. Finally being recognised among the best in town by the Malaysian F&B E-Media for the year 2021 in the state of Selangor.

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In this Hock Kee Ulu Yam Loh Mee noodle house, the owners’ very first top recommended in menus surely will be their hometown authentic recipes of “Signature Ulu Yam Loh Mee” which most wanted by all the locals. Homemade rough round flour noodles boiled, then few minutes cooked on-order with mixtures of soy sauce, into black vinegar, veges, chicken egg, pork slices, home-fried pork lards & onions (shallots), finally boiling into with eating starch, finally served hot on table will brings a wonderful bowl of their texturing bites noodles and the delicious salty, sweet & sour combination of tasty Ulu Yam Loh Mee eatery that you must have a try here. Taken tipping or poured into black vinegar will also their hometown’s traditional way of taking Loh Mee, sided with their homemade chilli paste in options.

Secondly will be their famous “Claypot Noodles with Yam”, which also all the while among the visitor’s favourite selection here from the beginning. Also their homemade rough-round noodles boiled, then followed by few minutes cooked with their home-prepared yam paste (made from steamed local fresh yam/taro), into pork slices & home-fried onions with their recipes mixture, and finally served boiling hot in claypot will brings excellent smooth & sticky kind of tasty yam noodles eatery that you will never regret after tasted here.

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Another will be their special “Mala Dried Noodles”, which also among their customer’s wanted selection recently on the ground. Boiled homemade noodles mixed with their in-house prepared spicy mala paste, then served toppings of minced pork, fish cake slices,  veges & cabbages will brings exciting mala spicy taste and the texturing noodles bites combination of their Mala Dried Noodles eatery that you neither found the same elsewhere in town here. It is also among the noodle house’s recent trendy selection like by those who takes spicy that cannot aside here.

Moreover, the couple owners also introduced their all time favourite recommended “Claypot Spicy Prawn with QQ Noodles” which among the customer’s preference that taken either with rice, their homemade noodles or QQ noodles (rice noodles). Home recipe curry paste cooked in claypot with fresh sea tiger prawns, lady fingers, eggplants, curry leaves & into fresh milk, and finally served boiling hot on table taken with rice/noodles will brings nice curry’s & milk smoothness with fair salty sweet spicy taste swallowed, also the tiger prawn’s freshness bites itself into mouth will be the best combination of this appertising eatery that you really cannot missed when stepped into these recognised “Restoran Hock Kee Ulu Yam Loh Mee” eating houses along the state of Selangor and Kuala Lumpur.



Address: (Kota Damansara)

No. 18-1,

Jalan PJU 5/4,

Dataran Sunway,

Kota Damansara,

47810 Petaling Jaya,



(Bukit Tinggi, Klang)

No. 53,

Jalan Batu Nilam 4,

Bandar Bukit Tinggi 1,

41200 Klang,



(OUG Kuala Lumpur)

No. 33,

Jalan Hujan Rahmat 3,

Taman Overseas Union,

58200 Kuala Lumpur,

Wilayah Persekutuan.


(USJ Subang Jaya)

No. 3,

Jalan USJ 1/1a,

Regalia Business Centre,

47620 Subang Jaya,



(Maluri Cheras)

No. 10,

Jalan Jejaka 7,

Maluri Cheras,

55100 Kuala Lumpur,

Wilayah Persekutuan.



Business Hours: 11:30am to 9:30pm (Daily)

(Closed on Alternate Monday)


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