Best Pork Noodles in Penang

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Comfort, fulfilling and full of flavours – these are best words to describe pork noodles. As simple as it sounds - minced pork, slivers of pork and at times pork innards are heavily baptised onto a brimming bowl of noodles lounging in a subtle soup. If you need another reason to satiate your stomach during colder days or quell your pork craving, this balmy bowl is one not to be missed. Pork noodles may not be as ubiquitous as regular runners like Hokkien or Curry mee but spots below surely smitten your taste buds with gamey goodness that puts other noodles dishes you have tried before under threat. 

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    Housed in a revamped colonial building, Hon Kei does look like a new kid on the block yet it has made most of their name previously at a stall inside Ho Ping Coffee Shop. Expect an anatomy chart of pork done to perfection and paired with a range of noodles such as vermicelli, thick noodles or mixed up together. Broth-wise, salted vegetable mixed pork and bitter gourd mixed pork soups are available. No matter how you choose to mishmash your mouth-watering bowl, the flavours are sure to deliver on all accounts. Either you settle with simple minced meat or bite the bullet with brains and other innards; this place is crafted for pork lovers to rejoice! 

    Tips

    Loh Bak is not to be missed too

    Things to expect

    Bustling crowd during weekends

    Best with

    Honey lemon drink or Almond Milk tea

    Price

    RM6.50 to RM10.00

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    Hon Kei Food Corner View restaurant

    45 Kampung Malabar, Georgetown, Penang Island 10100, 10100, Georgetown, Penang
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    012443-5559

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    Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday
    09:00AM—03:00PM
    Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday
    05:00PM—12:00AM
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    Lye Lee Food & BeverageNon halal 01f78899591256b47a2708a65f6538333b86089a30fbd22545a41deece4ea490

    What not to like about Lye Lee Food & Beverage, a commodious ambience, delectable dishes and wallet-friendly price tag. During peak hours, expect a huge throng of hungry audience and just remind yourself, good things come to those who wait. There are a couple of noodle variants but the pork noodles deserve more attention. Served piping hot with noodles of your choice, it’s liberally loaded with minced pork and intestines that are nothing but succulent. Each warm mouthful just hugs you from the inside and their homemade chilli concoction only makes it even better. Hold on, you can even jazz up the bowl with prawns, bird egg, fish ball, abalone and deep fried fish meat - what more can you ask for. 

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    Pork porridge is another best seller here

    Things to expect

    Simple and air-conditioned setup

    Best with

    Kopi O

    Price

    RM7.00 to RM10.00

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    Lye Lee Restaurant View restaurant

    1-1-10 & 1-1-12, Terrace Plus, 11950, Bayan Lepas, Penang
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    0124397355

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    11:30AM—10:00PM
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    Ru Yi Cafe

    Tomyam lovers rejoice! This unassuming stall has been a popular haunt for locals to charm their taste buds with tantalising tomyam noodles. Visually stimulating with a crimson-red hue, the broth exudes strong tomyam flavours and flooded with noodles of your choice, where Maggie often takes the cut with a range of toppings. Apart from the top sellers – fried fish cutlets and mantis prawn, their minced pork complements the slurpy-worthy dish too with a texture and flavour triumph. Not a tomyam fan? Their pristine soup offers a subtle substitute. 

    Tips

    Opt for extra meat

    Things to expect

    Unassuming ambience

    Best with

    Kopi O

    Price

    RM6.50 to RM10.00

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    Ru Yi Cafe View restaurant

    2, Gat Lebuh Macallum, George Town, 10300 George Town, Pulau Pinang, Malaysia, 10300, Georgetown, Penang
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    042624012

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    Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday
    10:15AM—10:30PM
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