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When it comes to food courts within shopping malls in this country, Lot 10 Hutong wins my vote by a wide margin. It has a very unique (and sometimes confusing) layout and decoration, and most of the stalls are operated by “hawkers” who have established themselves in other places.

As a bonus, it is also one of the very few food courts that serves pork.

Ho Weng Kee at Lot 10 Hutong
Ho Weng Kee at Lot 10 Hutong

Today, we’re gonna look at Ho Weng Kee at Hutong.

The original Ho Weng Kee at PJ SS2 serves some awesome wantan mee and really good fried dumpling. So I wanted to try this one and see if they are any good. I ordered their pork ribs noodle.

side note: Ho Weng Kee at SS 2 is now run by the former owner’s ex-staff, so still the great taste despite change of owner.

glorious pork ribs noodle, with black beans on wantan noodle
glorious pork ribs noodle, with black beans on wantan noodle

It only took a couple minutes for the pork ribs noodle to be ready. It costs me RM 8.35, a pretty good price considering the size of serving and the air conditioned, clean environment within a mall at Bukit Bintang.

The pork ribs were very tender, and the black bean sauce they made the ribs with were absolutely heaven. The noodle used were the same (thinner than usual) wantan noodle that soaks up the sauce readily. It was indeed very good.

and everything is gone!
and everything is gone!

The pork ribs noodle is also served with a bowl of soup, it was just like any almost tasteless wantan soup. That didn’t bother me, the noodle was good. I’m going to have it again.

map to Lot 10 Hutong

Ho Weng Kee at Hutong food court
Lower Ground Floor
Lot 10 Shopping Mall
Jalan Bukit Bintang

GPS: 3.146462, 101.711758

Discuss : KY eats – Pork Ribs Noodle at Ho Weng Kee, Lot 10 Hutong

  1. cripes, i still haven’t tried the original at ss2 yet =)

    • Sean: hahah time to make a visit, u’ve been eating too much expensive stuff 😛

  2. yummehz.. just like sg food court. their pork rib noodle… spicey, black bean sauce and very very tender meattttttttttttt

  3. Michelle

    are the wontons good?

  4. Lot 10 Hutong is the greatest food court ever! However, for something more old skool, try Ho Weng Kee at Petaling Street, have eaten there a couple of times when working downtown and it’s pretty good!

  5. wah your plate is really clean! geng!

  6. Yah best foodcourt in KL IMHO.

  7. hamptin inn

    Wow really pork ribs!…I love it!

  8. I’d been following your blog for some years, and also use it as a guide to cari makan 🙂

    Thanks for the great job!!

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