I first visited this stall some 3 years ago, that was way before this blog was born and way before I had any camera phone worth using (though the current one is due for a better replacement, but that’s another story). We recently visited this stall again when discovering that the nearby 王美记 Roasted Pork was closed on Sunday.

Pudu Old school noodle stall, Jalan brunei
old school set up

This stall is located at a corner of either Jalan Brunei or Jalan Brunei Utara, it is quite prominent and wouldn’t be difficult to spot once you get to the area. The set up is very simple, with a row of plastic tables and not very ergonomic chairs by the walkway of shop houses. Though not the most comfortable of places, it does give a sort of old school, throw back feelings.

Pudu Old school noodle stall, Jalan brunei
ahhh glorious noodle and dumplings

The stall offers quite a number of different dishes, like beef noodle, char siu, wantan mee, curry mee, and drinks. I have always loved their Sui Kow noodle, and asked for one. The girls ordered wantan mee with char siu, and wantan mee with beef balls. We also got some freshly squeezed sugar cane juice to go with the noodle.

Pudu Old school noodle stall, Jalan brunei
the girls enjoying their food

It didn’t take too long for the food to arrive, and the smell steaming out from the soup and noodle just made me salivate. The food were nicely prepared, with ample ingredients, noodle, and sauce. Not only the sui kow, packed with plenty of meat, vege, and fugus were good, the noodle was smooth and juicy too. Very nice.

The other thing I like about this place is the choices of the “free flow” chili provided. You can have Thai chili, red chili, two types of sambal, and even the marinated green chili.

Pudu Old school noodle stall, Jalan brunei map
the place is just a stone’s throw away from Berjaya Times Square

The noodle and drinks cost less than RM 20 for the three of us, pretty good price for some really delicious old school servings.

GPS: 3.138652, 101.712885

KY eats – Old School Noodle Stall at Pudu
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10 thoughts on “KY eats – Old School Noodle Stall at Pudu

  • January 12, 2007 at 6:35 pm

    ahdave Says:

    November 22nd, 2006 at 10:53 pm
    Robert Wong (the sifu) mobile number is 0122690660
    Call him to book in advance. OR to check whether is he open.
    A piece of advice, try not to go there on friday. You will end up waiting 1hr, (even you placed a booking)

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  • January 15, 2007 at 5:39 pm


    I’m assuming you’re talking about the siu yoke sifu’s number.

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  • April 16, 2007 at 12:06 am

    hi Ky :),

    Have u tried the wantan mee stall opposite it?? operate by 3 sisters
    (has longer history.. pass down from father to daughters).U must try
    the *soupy* version on this stall. The handmade noodles taste super
    wonderful in ‘cheng tang'(broth) that full of flavour( the chicken broth
    been boil for many hours kua… taste even better around or after 3pm). A bowl of noodle comes with shredded ‘kai si’+ ‘yoke sui’+wantan+char siew + amarath(vege). Another must order *fried wantan or soupy wantan(very smooth…can just slurp it into ur mouth), ‘VIP’ will get pipping hot fried wantan!!Dun like their sui kow tho…

    Opening hours from morning till 4.30 Closed on Thursday(not sure) & Sunday.

  • February 12, 2008 at 1:33 pm

    there is a very little known coffee shop at the end of Jalan Sayur (original “wai sik kai” in KL) off Jln Pudu that sells wantan mee and curry mee without all the fanfare. basic wantan mee with sui kow or wantan (dry and soup version). really old school wantan mee … hard to find in KL these days

    it’s a wooden shack (kopitiam) and located directly in front of a church (First Assembly of God Church) and has been there for many, many years (at least 20 yrs). very, very popular with church goers especially on sunday.

    the drinks and roti bakar (using soft Hainanese bread) are made the traditional way. mom loves their kopi cham (kao!) and teh si.

    used to patron the place almost every sunday and the owner knows me so much that i can take as much green chili, cili padi and sambal belacan as i can eat!


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