When it comes to pork noodle, I usually visit the famous SS3 pork noodle as I stay just a stone’s throw away.
I was introduced to this particular stall at PJ state by my ex-colleagues one particular lunch session, who described it as “pretty good also!”. Since I am always game for new foods and new places, why not?
note: This stall has been moved/closed down. If you know the where it is now please do leave a comment here.
Update 23/9/2013: New Address is atÂ
Imbi Noodle House
3 Jln Metro Perdana 3,
Tmn Usahawan Kepong,
Beside AEON (former Carrefour) Entrance shop lot
the sign board for the kopitiam is only visible at the back
The pork ball noodle stall is hidden inside Fook Yun kopitiam, which in turns has its sign board hidden and only viewable from the back of the building. However, it isn’t exactly tough to locate as this would be the kopitiam closest to the pedestrian-only streets opposite the MBPJ building.
Pork noodles come in either the soup, or dry version. The ingredients too, are slightly different, the dry version comes with marinated ground meat and a bowl of pork ball soup while the soup version has Lap Cheong (Chinese sausage) and pork balls. On the contrary, the SS3 version comes with meat, intestine, ground pork, and liver. So they are actually rather different.
ahh, glorious pork noodle
Taste wise, I find it to be pretty delicious in a different way. While the SS3 type is more oily and porky, this version carries the slightly sweeter taste thanks to the marinated ground meat or lap cheong. The pork balls were pretty big, has a firm texture to it, and tasted pretty good too.
As usual, you get to choose from vermicelli, noodle, kueh teow, or the combination of them as the filler.
Fook Yun kopitiam faces MBPJ building
A bowl of pork noodle here is slightly less than RM 5. I wouldn’t hesitate to eat there again.
29-31 Jalan 52/1,
46200 Petaling Jaya, Selangor