This is the pork noodle stall that I love to hate, the source of minor traffic jam to the main entrance of the housing area where I stay. The thing is, the noodle is actually pretty good, if you can wait.
over a dozen bowls at a time
A bowl of pork noodle comes with sliced pork, intestine, slices of liver, minced pork, and some vegetables with your choice of noodle (kueh teow, mee, or mee hun). The clear soup is cooked with the pork, and the everything is spiced up with sprinkles of Chinese preserved vegetable, salt, and pepper. Topping everything off (and I always ask for more) is the super unhealthy but ultra tasty fried pork lard.
The end result is instant gastronomical satisfaction, especially if you are a guy that loves pork. The soup is just right, the meat tastes good, it all goes well with some soya sauce and chili padi provided. The intestine though, requires some hardcore chewing, but interestingly one of my friends like it that way.
add some fried pork lard.. *slurps*
At around RM 4.00 per bowl, the pork noodle is slightly more pricey than the usual rate, but within the acceptable range. Expect to wait for more than half an hour during weekends though. The old man cooks over a dozen bowls at each go but takes probably close to 10 minutes per round, never sacrificing quality for speed. The wait isn’t as bad during weekdays non-lunch hours.
you can walk there from the LRT station
The pork noodle stall doesn’t start serving before 9am and usually operates until about 2 something in the afternoon. The restaurant is just a normal kopitiam at the same row of shop houses with the SS3 post office. About 2 minute’s walk from the Taman Bahagia LRT station.
you can walk to this place from the LRT station
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