Non Halal post - Sam Kan Cheong meatballs

Sam Kan Cheong in Cantonese refers to a type of pork noodles as well as the three adjacent shophouses in Jalan Silang, KL which was where the first pork noodle stall was located.

The story goes that this stall was started by an immigrant from China. Some stall owners also refer to this simply as meatball noodles.

Your choice of noodles is served with springy meat balls. Even though it’s called meatballs, they are in fact not shaped into balls but flat and rectangular.

JINJANG UTARA is the place for sam kan cheong noodles, as one of the descendants from the original stall opened their home-based factory here.

Most of the stall owners around the Klang Valley source for their siew cheong and meatballs from this factory, just like this 40-years plus stall that is run by a family member.

It’s popular with the residents who enjoy the light-tasting pork soup and aromatic siew cheong with the springy meatballs.

๐Ÿ‘‰100% Fresh Lean Meat + Pork Fat 

๐Ÿ‘‰No Added Preservatives 

๐Ÿ‘‰No Boric Acid

๐Ÿ‘‰Keep Chilled 

๐Ÿ‘‰Can keep into freezer up to 1month only

What to cook ?

Today I'm going to cook few dishes with the Sam Kan Cheong meatball.

1) Sam Kan Cheong meatball with yee mee soup and condiments.

2) Sam Kan Cheong meatball with Lao Shu Fun soup.

3) Sam Kan Cheong meatball fried with Choy Sum


  1. i try this before San Kan Cheong is quite famous actually. Meatball is quite nice and worth to try.

  2. This is my firs time reading about Sam Kan Cheong. I have not had the opportunity to eat these meatballs. Must look for them next time!


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