Best Pork Noodles in Subang Jaya

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Calling all pork lovers! Cravings that will definitely tempt your porky diet to the fullest. Pork noodles are cooked in different styles across different regions. All have claimed as their authentic dish but its origins are yet to be discovered. Lost in the chapters of food history, each country has concocted up their own recipe that’s made suited for the local. The pork noodles here are usually prepared in a soup based form. The soup itself is infused with the pork essence making the soup absolutely tasty. Accompanied with a variety of ingredients such as porkballs/fishballs, pork lard, dark green vegetables as well as chunky bits or slices of pork and its parts. Also, not forgetting the noodles where you can have it with kuey teow, mee suah, mee hun, mee or loh shi fun. Listed below are just a selected few of what might be some of Subang’s best-recommended pork noodles. Enjoy!

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    Ooi Noodle HouseNon halal 01f78899591256b47a2708a65f6538333b86089a30fbd22545a41deece4ea490

    Not a stranger to us especially to students and workers at SS15. You’ll be bombarded by the smell of that porky goodness when passed by. Served with noodles of your choice (kuey teow, mee hun, mee, mee suah or loh shi fun), chunky minced pork bits, pork slices, dark green veg as well as an egg poached together with the pork soup. The egg is optional but it goes so well with the pork noodles that most customers are seen adding it into their dish. All too good and porkalicious with every bite. Topped with spring onions as an added fragrant flavour to the dish itself.  Never a one-time goodness for this dish as customers always come back for more.

     

    Tips

    Arrive by 12 pm to avoid the large crowd and long wait.

    Things to expect

    Close to a 30-minute wait.

    Best with

    Chinese tea.

    Price

    RM7.00 to RM10.00

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    Ooi Noodle House View restaurant

    Ooi Noodle House, 76-80, Jalan SS 15/4b, Ss 15,, 47500, Subang Jaya, Selangor
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    09:00AM—04:00PM
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    Fatt Kee Pork Noodles PuchongNon halal 01f78899591256b47a2708a65f6538333b86089a30fbd22545a41deece4ea490

    Nestled inside a buzzing and loud food court is one of Puchong’s hidden gem – Penang Pork Noodles. They are available in two sizes – small and large. This  stall serves pork noodles in wet and dry form. Packed with a generous portion of pork, these extremely slurp-a-ble noodles are best eaten with their thick and flavourful soup.

    Tips

    A lot of parking available

    Things to expect

    A busy food court with delicious pork noodles.

    Best with

    Penang Pork Noodles Soup

    Price

    RM6.50 to RM8.00

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    Fatt Kee Pork Noodles Puchong View restaurant

    Fatt Kee Pork Noodles, 45-G, Jalan Bandar 1, Pusat Bandar Puchong, , 47100, Puchong, Selangor
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    0122887720

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    Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday
    07:00AM—02:30PM
    06:00PM—01:00AM
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    Restaurant Wong Soon KeeNon halal 01f78899591256b47a2708a65f6538333b86089a30fbd22545a41deece4ea490

    A simple yet tasty dish especially for the pork lovers. Presentation is rather simple; like the usual bowl of noodle soup served. Accompanied with pork balls, pork slices, tau kee, and topped with some chopped greens to infuse a fragrant flavour. Kuey Teow would be one of the better choices to choose for pork noodles as it goes well with it but there are other choices of noodles so it all depends on customer’s preference. With its pork soup and pork bits all infused together giving a very aromatic scent, you’ll definitely one to get your hands on this dish. On the plus side, you won’t have to wait for a long agonising hour for it. 

    Tips

    Cash only.

    Things to expect

    A hawker style restaurant.

    Best with

    Chinese Tea.

    Price

    RM5.50 to RM6.50

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    Restaurant Wong Soon Kee View restaurant

    No 1, Jln SS14/1, 47500, Subang Jaya, Selangor
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    07:30AM—05:00PM
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    Asia Cafe

    Populated mostly by students and workers by day and packed with mostly adults at nights. Known to be the largest hawker center in SS15 serving a plethora of Asian and western dishes including pork noodles. A dish that’s frequently ordered by many. A simple pork noodle dish that’s deliciously good and worth a try. Served with pork slices, pork balls, some leafy greens and noodles of your choice. The soup is simmered with the pork for hours so the soup will be tasty and delicious. So slurp away to one of Malaysia’s favourite local dish.  

     

    Tips

    Cash only.

    Things to expect

    A hawker style center.

    Best with

    A cold or warm beverage.

    Price

    RM5.50 to RM6.00

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    Restoran Teow Chew Meng

    A delectable dish giving you one of the most porkalicious taste in Subang. Definitely, a dish that’s worth tasting especially to those passionate connoisseurs. The pork noodles are cooked in Teow Chew style giving a much mellower taste rather but still as delicious. Served in a big aluminium bowl perfect for sharing. The dish consists of mee suah (a type of noodle from wheat flour), pork slices, pork balls and topped with chopped cilantro and scallions for an extra fragrant flavour. This restaurant is perfect for groups of people and you’re bound to order other dishes as well.

    Tips

    Restaurant is facing opposite Mobil gas station.

    Things to expect

    A clean and quiet environment.

    Best with

    Teow Chew Yam Paste.

    Price

    RM10.00 to RM15.00

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    Restoran QuilinNon halal 01f78899591256b47a2708a65f6538333b86089a30fbd22545a41deece4ea490

    The pork noodles here is quite a dish that’s appreciated by many especially when it comes down to serious pork business. Just one good bowl, be it large or small you’ll be able to please your hungry tummies and just maybe come back for more. The wait is rather long you could say but if you’re a true passionate foodie, you could say that it's definitely worth the wait. Served with a choice different noodles (mee hun or kuey teow would be the best choice), minced pork meat, shredded pork, pork liver, pork lard and pork intestine all mixed well together with the pork soup. Seasoned with white pepper and accompanied with greens, this is one that’s surely a must try here in Subang.

     

    Tips

    Cash only.

    Things to expect

    Close to a 30-40 minutes wait.

    Best with

    Chinese Tea.

    Price

    RM4.50 to RM5.00

    Restoran Quilin View restaurant

    74, Persiaran Jengka, 47500 Subang Jaya, Selangor, Malaysia, 47500 , Subang Jaya, Selangor
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    08:00AM—04:00PM
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    Kwai SunNon halal 01f78899591256b47a2708a65f6538333b86089a30fbd22545a41deece4ea490

    A blessing that’s sent from above maybe? Maybe not literally but definitely comes close. The noodles here a bit different than the other pork noodles. Served with noodles of your choice with crunchy fried shallots, leafy greens, pork balls and of course the minced pork mixed making the dish much tastier. A small saucer filled with chilli soy sauce is placed on top to add in a spicy kick to it. Service is pretty fast and the meal is definitely worth a try especially when you need a quick bite to eat.

    Tips

    Arrive earlier to avoid the lunch or dinner crowd.

    Things to expect

    A hawker stall style restaurant.

    Best with

    Chinese Tea.

    Price

    RM6.00 to RM7.00

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    Restoran Kwai Sun View restaurant

    5-7, 7G Jalan SS15/4G, 47500, Subang Jaya, Selangor
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    08:00AM—10:00PM
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    Ding Xiang Sang Nyuk NoodlesNon halal 01f78899591256b47a2708a65f6538333b86089a30fbd22545a41deece4ea490

    Any pork noodle lover out there? If yes, you should definitely try out this restaurant at SS15. Noodle soup is served in a simple way yet the taste is finger licking good. Accompanied with meats, meatball, tendons, liver, intestine, kidney, vegetables and stomach. They have unique taste of soup and I bet you won't be able to find it anywhere else.

    Tips

    Add RM3 for more meats

    Things to expect

    Had original taste of Sabah Sang Nyuk Mee

    Best with

    Kueh Tiaw

    Price

    RM8.00 to RM25.00

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    Ding Xiang Sang Nyuk Noodles View restaurant

    Ding Xiang Sang Nyuk Noodles, No.10-G, Jalan SS 15/4b, Ss 15, , 47500, Subang Jaya, Selangor
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    0356116591

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    Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday
    09:00AM—09:00PM
    Saturday
    08:00AM—05:00PM
    Sunday
    08:00AM—04:00PM
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