More soupy noodles - this time round the ever popular pork noodles. Unlike yesterday's stewed beef mince which takes time to prepare ahead, these noodles are cooked a la minute. At this popular stall in Petaling Jaya, as and when you place the order, they cook the noodles. The man who runs this stall uses a huge metal saucepan with a lid to cook the sliced pork, minced pork, pork intestines and liver with pre-prepared stock for a few minutes over a large fire. Vegetables are also added while the noodles of your choice is cooked seperately. Usually depending on their orders, he will cook at least 5 bowls of the soup in his huge pot at one go. For my version, I also asked for an egg which is poached in the hot stock. Break the egg to add extra flavour to the broth.
This remains one of my favourite places to eat this type of noodles. It's not as sweet as Kean Fatt's noodles which I feel could be artifically enhanced. Moreover I hate waiting for my noodles at Kean Fatt and this place, although it has a steady flow of customers, it's not as super busy as Kean Fatt.
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(Non Halal. Open from morning till lunch time. Days off are not fixed.)
*Disclaimer: The opinions expressed here is entirely based on my personal tastebuds and may vary for others. The reviewer also declares that she has not received any monetary or non-monetary compensation from the restaurant/stall for writing this review.