In KL it is quite hard to find some place that serve nice instant cook Pork Noodle, and as one of the recent introduction by my friend Ian that turns out to be one of his favorite place when comes to Pork Noodle soup, Restaurant Hong Cha that serve a mixture of Japanese home made sushi and their mains are Pork Noodle Soup.
Located in the heart of OUG right whereby pasar area, or infront of BP station if I am not mistaken is filled with a side by side kopitiam that flank this shop.
As I was told by my friend, they do sell in the morning/ afternoon session right behind at the corner coffee shop that most people would know and pricing its slightly cheaper compare to this shop that only cater for night crowd.
Price are pretty decent and there are other options too if you dislike pork noodle.
I was highly recommend by Ian to go for dry option that it actually separate the soup and noodle. Look at those chunky pork lard that they have added in and shredded pork along.
Then serve along with a bowl of pork soup that filled with some seafood. ‘Pork and Seafood Mee’ @ RM 6.50.
They are pretty generous with the ingredient that being added in with chunks of pork meat and best of all, which for the first time I came across they added some seafood, squid and prawns to make the soup base more sweet. Slightly salty to my liking with a fried garlic and oil being added on to make it a perfect bowl. Looking at the additional item I can add, of course egg is a must to be added to make it even better.
Overall, I still prefer my pork noodle soupy version and this place is still quite a decent place to dine for pork noodle during night time. By my list so far, I still love the stall at Restaurant Win Heng Seng for the instant cooking pork noodle at Jalan Imbi.
-= Ka Ching =-
Food Rating 8/10, simple and nice . !
-Stamped- –Warning– This is based on my individual taste. Try it at your own risk-
Restaurant Hong Cha
No 7, Jalan Hujan Rahmat 3,
OUG, 58200 Kuala Lumpur
GPS: 3.073334, 101.672083
Tel: 012-350 6755