Tzuk Seng Lao Bamboo Noodle

Wanton noodles? Who is not a fan of it? There are one which is a Michelin star grade wonton noodles  at 1-Utama hail all the way from Hong Kong is here and of course with that status, you have to dig slightly deeper in your pocket. There is always an alternative for you as my friend told me this is another choice for them where  Tzuk Sheng Lao Bamboo Noodle (竹昇樓) for its traditional duck egg bamboo noodle, is located right at Uptown Damansara is offering cheaper options.

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A simple kopitiam set up design that gives you the feel of a quick fast food like those in Hong Kong. Noodles made by the sifu who needs to ride on a bamboo log to press the noodle’s ingredients to dough up the texture that they wanted.

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It is also called “sai yeong” where the wonton is hidden underneath the noodle. Duck Egg Bamboo Noodle, Wonton is not as good as Mak Chee’s howver this is decent enough where they are in the same size and for the price I am paying, I am happy with it. Bamboo Noodles are homemade through classic ways and it is still slightly springy that made it a nice pipin simple bowl of wonton noodles. @ RM 6.30

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Another of their signature is Bamboo Noodle Flavoured with Dried Shrimp Roe serve in special sauce @ RM 8.30 for small. Decent enough to kill my cravings instead of queing for long hours and with their special sauce I believe it is oyster sauce. A simple mix that did not over power the shrimp roe.

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That night I was also craving for Spicy and Sour Mustard  Vegetable @ RM 7.90. Not to say it is fantastic that worth a great shout out, as for the pricing, it is a decent bowl. Not spicy yet a mild sourness that will suits many mild palate out there. For me I prefer my version is spicy and strong sourish end.

It is still a great place for a decent bowl of wonton noodles.

my recommendations to go with : Duck Egg Bamboo Noodle & Bamboo Noodle Flavoured with Dried Shrimp Roe

*NON-Halal

-= KA CHING =-

Food rating 7/10 , worth to recommend for its pricing and quality is decent enough! -Stamped-

-WARNING –This is based on my individual taste. Try it at your own risk-

Location:

Tzuk Seng Lao Bamboo Noodle
No 103M, Jalan SS21/37
Damansara Utama, 47400 PJ
(next to Ryokan Chic Hotel)

Tel: 03-7732 9103

Business hours:
Mon – Fri (11.30am – 10pm),
Sat, Sun & Public Holidays (8.30am – 10pm)

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