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Pork ball noodle is somewhat of a side kick in the world of hawker food that involves pork and noodle. While pork noodle is Batman, pork ball noodle would be Robin.

Just like Robin, pork ball noodle isn’t exactly as prevalent as pork noodle, and in places where both types are available, Batman usually takes center stage.

pork ball noodle stall at Win Heng Seng kopitiam
pork ball noodle stall at Win Heng Seng kopitiam

Of course, everything has an exception, and such is the case at Win Heng Seng where the pork ball noodle stall arguably busier than the pork ball counterpart (I love the kidney).

One of the best traditional pork ball noodle, i like the dry version. At Win Heng Seng kopitiam, Jalan Imbi opposite Honda dealership. #kyeats #breakfast #kopitiam #hawker #nonhalal #porknoodle

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The pork ball noodle comes in soup or dry version, and you get to choose from kuih teow, mee hun, yellow noodle, loh she fun, and the combination of them as stomach filler.

While the stall get get very busy (as with the kopitiam itself over lunch), it usually doesn’t take very long for your bowl of goodness to be served.

dry version is my favorite, with kuih teow or lou she fun
dry version is my favorite, with kuih teow or lou she fun

I particularly like the dry version here, there’s the properly flavored minced pork over noodle and black sauce, and the side of homemade pork balls and those super addictive Chinese sausage (lap cheong siu cheong). This is a largely savory, non spicy dish with pickled green chili in soya sauce for those who likes to have that bit of kick to go with.

firm and flavorful pork ball, then there's the Chinese sausage

firm and flavorful pork ball, then there’s the Chinese sausage

I usually devour everything within 10 minutes or so, and maybe next time I should ask for more lapcheong. So irresistible.

The standard bowl goes for RM 5 or RM 5.50 RM 6, a pretty standard price for this area, and you won’t regret it. 😀

Video taken 24th June, 2013:

map to restaurant Win Heng Seng

Address:
Restaurant Win Heng Seng
Jalan Imbi, Kuala Lumpur
GPS3.145479, 101.715087

Discuss : KY eats – Pork Ball Noodle at Win Heng Seng, Jalan Imbi

  1. I like Robin more, didn’t try the Batman until you recently blog about it. All this while when I was there, I have been always ordering Robin. 😀

  2. what would catwoman & the joker be then? 😀

  3. just some little comments on the blog post.

    those lapcheong is actually call siew cheong (roast) and it is not typical lapcheong but yun cheong (cantonese)

    actually the soup version is the champion for over 30 years at the same stall (same taste as my childhood time, if memories serve well) and i could never find a better pork ball soup anywhere else.

    noticeably the hor fun there also not a typical kuih teow, it is like the ipoh hor fun which thinner and looks transparent too!

    • Anthony: thanks for the education. much appreciated. I shall try t heir soup version next time then. 😀

  4. I would still prefer pork noodle over this… even though the Imbi one is good, the pork noodle in jln alor is BEST! I think i go there tomorrow!

  5. I am quite certain that you got your pricing wrong. I was there a month ago and it costs RM6 per bowl

    • porkman: you are probably right, I went there a few months ago but just got around writing about this. thanks 😀

  6. Is that lap cheong? my mom said it’s siu cheong…

  7. foodcrazee

    comfort food bro. . . .!

  8. Try before, noodles was good.. just out there very terrible get a car park..

  9. Ah! You beat me! I want to go this weekend! Heng Seng Pork Ball Noodles is always my dad’s favourite!

  10. wah this stall has been here for so long and it’s my favourite too!

  11. I think u made a mistake, RM5.00 per bowl was long long time ago prices………

  12. I always make it a point to go and eat at this stall whenever I am in KL. The pork is simply awesome! *thumbs up*

    On a side note, apart from this pork noodle stall, I will also order the fried kway teow within the same kopitiam. Sinfully oily but taste nice! Haha!

  13. Pork ball noodle has always been my favourite and make it a point to have it when back in KL.

    I recently tried it at a stall in Cheras Mahkota (out of convenience) and to my surprise, it is as good as this Jln Imbi one. It is located at a coffee shop, next to Hong Leong Bank. Think the name is Wan Seng Restaurant. Must try!

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