Seafood Pork Noodles at Taman OUG in this Sun Sea Kopitiam will be one of the busiest stall in the shop. There are 2 person cooking and bowls staking high up with waiting time average 45 minutes on weekend. This is one of a famous pork noodle in this OUG neighborhood that had been operating for ages.
Been here many times and they do have another outlet that operating at night which is just 3 minutes away at Hong Cha Kopitiam nearby BP station.
Usually I order my pork noodle or seafood pork noodle in soup version. Since my friend asked me to try their dry Seafood Noodle, taste much better because of the separation of soup. My usual will be Koey Teow and noodle mix.
They have onsen egg in it too that is cook to perfection that one poke you will enjoy runny yolk. Generous ingredients in it too. With mince meat, and other pig spare park to my liking. As for Seafood they do have mini squid, and prawns in it.
This is the soup version of Seafood noodle. Personally I still like my soup base as I am used to it. The difeference for the dry version is that they add in their own thick soy sauce, into the noodle and give you the taste of sweet salty end. Soup is pack with flavours as it is on slightly on the mild side. I prefer my bowl of soup to be more punch with porkie ingredient taste.
It is not too bad for breakfast.
-= Ka Ching =-
Food Rating 7/10, not bad !!!~-Stamped-
–Warning– This is based on my individual taste. Try it at your own risk-
Sun Sea Kopitiam 山海茶餐室
Jalan Hujan Rahmat, Taman OUG
Business hours: 7am to 2.30pm
These uncles should be alive and do this forever. I think I first came to this place maybe 15 years ago, happy to see they’re still around.
yah eh. easily. during college years also