The Mama Kitchen was known by their Clay Pot Loh Shu Fun. It was first at Jalan Sultan by the name Seng Kee but later her daugther, Helen Long decided to expand the business by adding another branch in Taman Tun Dr Ismail, Kuala Lumpur. If you cannot read chinese, the sentence in red (see picture below) reads "The Well-Known Clay Pot Loh Shu Fun at Jalan Sultan". The direct translate of Loh Shu Fun would be "Rat Noodles" and i think the reason is because of the noodles look like rat tail. (round with pointed ends)
Normally chinese food is served cooked, but not to be surprised by the raw egg they served. See for yourself at the amount of minced meat (pork) you get for this big Clay Pot Loh Shu Fun priced at RM 10. This is the best Clay Pot Loh Shu Fun I tasted so far, if you know any that is more better don't forget to let me know. (use the comment)
Below is the KangKung Belacan that we ordered to feed eight people at the price of RM 12. KangKung is a semi-aquatic tropical plant that commonly grown in east and southeast asia like Malaysia and Belacan a malay variety of shrimp paste, which is prepared from fresh tiny shrimp. This is good when eating together with the Clay Pot Loh Shu Fun but they should have added more belacans and chilis in the KangKung Belacan.
Their next specialty is the Konlo (dry) wantan noodles with garlic roast pork which I think average only. Not a great fan of it because I don't like their wantan noodles plus it is a bit oily to me.
48 Jalan Datuk Sulaiman,
Taman Tun Dr Ismail,
60000 Kuala Lumpur
Tel: 03 7729 3030
Business hours: 11am to 3pm, 6 pm to 10.30pm closed on Thursday