Tuesday, April 10, 2007

Pork Noodles @ Jalan Mesui, Kuala Lumpur

Tips from friends are always appreciated by me especially for great food places or else searching for good food can be a tiresome task. Hence when a friend told me about this place at Jalan Mesui, I was keen to sample the pork noodles. She reckons it's much better than
Kean Fatt's pork noodles as it does not have any MSG and a natural sweetness to the broth.

Located at Jalan Mesui, a small street at the heart of the city, this restaurant has no signboard except for a cloth banner but it's not hard to miss it. It's the only hawker stall along this road which houses a guesthouse, Palate Palette and No Black Tie. At one side of the restaurant, there's the vegetarian chap fan stall and a wantan mee stall while the pork noodles stall is on the other side. These pork noodles get a really good following that it's packed during lunchtime till they adopt a number serving system.

A lot of preparation goes into the ingredients of the noodles. The meat needs to be marinated in soy sauce and corn flour to smoothen it. There's a variety of ingredients - minced and sliced pork together with liver. Every time you order your noodles, it's cooked in a small metal pot over a huge fire. It just takes a few minutes with a pre-made broth.

Tastewise, the soup is clear and has a natural sweetness to it. It's not overly sweet like Kean Fatt's indicating additional chemical elements but this version is more subtle from the abundant ingredients. I can't remember how much was my bowl as I seem to have misplaced the prices but I remember them to be reasonable and the portions to be generous. I also liked how they gave you a nice portion of deep fried garlic to mix into the noodles for additional flavour.

Pork Noodles Stall
Along Jalan Mesui
Kuala Lumpur

(Non Halal. Stall is open for breakfast and lunch. Closed on Sunday. Jalan Mesui is located behind Istana Hotel.)

*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 for writing this review.

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jesscet said...

Congratulations for being nominated for blogger's choice awards!! just to let u know i voted for u (upon notification on IM by splashie boy) ;)

Lyrical Lemongrass said...

I like pork noodles, especially with an egg broken into it. Cool, I see you've been nominated...will vote for ya. :-)

boo_licious said...

jess and lemongrass - gee, sharp of you two to notice. Thanks for the vote of confidence.

tankiasu said...

Can enlighten us more on the location of this Jalan Mesui? Thanks.

Babe_KL said...

i used to come here for lunch pretty often but now hardly since my office has moved further away. do try their "yue wart meen" (fish paste noodle), it's good too.

there is one mixed rice place, just 2 doors away from here. (next to the b&b). the auntie sell very home cooked style dishes but must be early though cos dishes go very fast

Rarebeet said...

Oooh congrats! Will vote also! The noodles here are nice but the smell of porkiness can be a little overwhelming!

MeiyeN said...

hey boo, congrats! you've been nominated... gonna vote for you!!!! :D oh by da way, where's jalan mesui?

Tummythoz said...

You've discovered another gem which I had been patronising since it was just a small stall at the opposite coffeeshop (now a refurbished mamak shop?). Have not been there for the last couple of years. The old lady carrying the chopped chilie used to grumble and lament that we shd not take too much of it as the prices have soared!

babe_kl, we used to call that place 'fei-por-fan'.

fatboybakes said...

where do i go to vote?
yar, i love an egg dropped in too. drooling now.

boo_licious said...

tankiasu - behind Istana Hotel. See this link for map to No Black Tie which is on the same road.


babe - thxs for the tips. Sorry to hear yr office moved, hope there is yummy food there.

paprika - thxs for the vote.

meiyen - congrats to. Jalan Mesui near Frangipangi.

tummythoz - wow, thanks for the info on the background of the shop.

fbb - you click on that badge and go to best food blog wor.

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Jackson said...

yum yum...must try that out!!

mh said...

another great looking pork noodles. not so convenient from my working place... can only check it out during weekends lo.

Author said...

Any idea where is this stall moved?

Author said...

Any idea where is this stall moved?

Unknown said...

Yes anyone know where is this pork noodle stall moved to??

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