Monday, November 10, 2008

Pork Noodles & Porridge @ Restoran Ten-Tien Fatt, Subang Jaya

incredibly comforting - loh shue fan or mouse tail noodles pork soup

I tend to get quickly bored with Shah Alam's food selection, hence one of the ways to perk up my lunch is to search a little further. To get beyond Shah Alam, I rely on the highly efficient (but pricey) highway system to get to the Subang Jaya/USJ area. Thanks to SC from Food4Thot for writing about this place - ever since she wrote about this place, it has been my all time favourite must-have almost every week.

if you can't do without rice, ask for their porridge version

The super busy coffeeshop located within the Goodyear Court flats is always perpetually packed with people. Usually they order the economy rice, but I head towards the Penang Pork Noodles stall for my comforting bowl of pork noodles or "porridge". There's no queue here and the bowl of noodles will arrive pretty quick. That works for me, as I tend to take my time to savour the hot sweet soup laden with minced pork, pork balls, pork slices and liver. Here, "porridge" is done differently - cooked rice grains is mixed into the soup, similar to the Kelantan nasi air. Both selections are equally comforting especially when mixed with the deep fried chopped garlic. Drop by for a comforting meal but be prepared to sweat it out, since the soup can be quite hot especially during our crazy tropical weather.

Penang Pork Noodles Stall
Restaurant Ten-Tien Fatt
Goodyear Court 3
Subang Jaya

(Non Halal. Open daily from breakfast to lunchtime.)

*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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jelly said...

the pork noodle soup looks really good.i can imagine the taste by judging the picture

KY said...

pure sin, i love it! :D

Little Inbox said...

The lou shi fun looks yummy ler...A lot of ingredients too.

Precious Pea said...

I can almost taste the rich porky soup...slurps!

Ciki said...

we always have time for pork noodle.. ooo yea! nice one.

Unknown said...

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sc said...

OMG, just looking at the pictures got me the loh shue fun pork noodles, real comfort food indeed! glad you enjoyed it as much as i did :)

wmw said...

My fave pork noodles still the one in Tong Shin :o)

boo_licious said...

jelly - go try, no regrets. so yummy.

ky - yes very sinful indeed...

little inbox - what a cute name! Yes, lou shi fun my fav so you must go eat it.

precious pea - LOL!

cumi & ciki - I call it my ultimate comfort food.

aina - thxs for your email, have replied you already.

thxs sc! you did me a great favour for blogging abt this place

wmw - ah, that uncle also ladens a lot of stuff in his soup.

Luscious Temptations said...

Oh my pork noodles!!! Loh shu fun pork noodles, even better :)I love this dish. I used to have this once a week for lunch after school, without fail. I have a odd habit of drinking the soup 1st and eating the rest after. Love the crispy garlic on top

boo_licious said...

luscious temptations - hee hee, that is an interesting way to eat the noodles but I can understd as the soup broth is damn nice and tasty!

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