Here we go – on another pork noodle run.
It was my review on
And the usual condiments for a Chinese meal.
Ipoh Pork Noodle Soup. Rm7.80.
At hindsight, my pork noodles did not look appetizing. Flooding in there – with just too much soup!
In pork noodle standards, the soup was surprisingly clear. It resembles that of the Ipoh Hor Fun soup base, minus the thick pork broth, quite the contrary, but you get what I mean. To note, my kuey tiaw noodles came a way overcooked.
I was glad that the pork meats was an abundance. Loads of minced pork made succulent and juicy, a handful of crispy pork lards and a decent amount of my favourite pork innards. Also, there is a slice of abalone in my pork noodles – a rarity of an addition I suppose.
It didn’t take me long to gobbled the meats up and left the noodles behind.
Minced Pork Noodle. Rm8.80.
Now, the dry minced pork version looked much more like an appetizing treat compared to the former. The dish came with loads of juicy minced pork and servings of Chinese sausages, then sprinkled with shallots and dried garlic. Sides. Overall Rating: 5.5/10. If you are around the area and looking for a clearer version of a pork noodle soup or you’d like the idea of having abalone with your noodles, this place is for you. Jen is located at:No 45, Ground Floor, Jalan Kuchai Maju 1
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Food Blog by: Jen Noodle Restaurant, Kuchai Lama