This little shop could become a big attraction, run by friendly couple Andrew & Jenny Wong, whose retirement from the corporate world has opened up a new chapter in their lives. This month, they’ve launched a cafe on a hidden corner of Plaza Damas that serves a cherished speciality of Andrew’s hometown, Kota Kinabalu – Sabah’s ‘ngiu chap,’ or mixed beef noodles.



A Satisfying Version of Ngiu Chap

Andrew & Jenny offer a version of ‘ngiu chap’ that’s very satisfying – smooth, slick koay teow with tender home-made beef balls, thinly sliced brisket, omasum & tripe, served either wet or dry (RM10). Choose the former & savour a beautiful broth that’s light but flavoursome with natural herbs & spices. If you need it, super-fiery Sabah chilli sauce is available on the side.



If Ngiu Chap Wong sounds familiar, it could be because Andrew & Jenny formerly operated for several months out of a stall in Damansara Perdana. Embarking on a full-fledged outlet has enabled them to expand their selection; expect a protein-packed beef tendon stew, gelatinous & fleshy (RM15; Ngiu Chap Wong uses Aussie beef); grilled chicken wings, crispy-juicy (RM6 for two); Filipino adobo chicken with rice (RM10); grilled squid (RM12); & even salmon gravlax (RM10) – good food at fair prices.




Location and Contact Details

Ngiu Chap Wong KK Beef Noodles

P-1-3, Plaza Damas, Sri Hartamas

Tel: +6012 2380009

Open Tues-Sun, 11am-2.30pm, 6pm-9.30pm

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5 Comments Leave a comment

  1. Ros Kemplay June 11, 2015 Subscriber

    Looks really good……

  2. Inastuti Dwisanti June 11, 2015 Subscriber

    Younnie Tan. This is it

  3. Jennifer Looi June 8, 2015 Subscriber

    Is it nice?

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