Porkilicious!

(non-halal)

Yeah, found another place for good food! This time, it’s the pork ball (the flat ones) noodles at Bangsar 😛

It’s one of the best that I’ve tried so far. Seriously, I can dare say that it IS good. I could give it a grade A for its good taste! Located at a Chinese coffeeshop at Lucky Garden, Bangsar, is this famous pork ball noodles stall. It’s a usual coffeeshop, stuffy, filled with people & no doubt noisy, but my friend told me that the pork ball noodles are good, & so goes the ‘pan mee’ (flat flour noodles served either in soup or dry with dark soya sauce)

The Coffeeshop
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I ordered the ‘kon lou loh shu fan’ (dry ‘rat tail’ noodles) & my, my, let me just make your mouth water! (Hurry, prepare a bowl or a pail to contain your uncontrolled salivation!)

‘Kon Lou Loh Shu Fan’
porkyLohShuFun

The loh shu fan was chewy, yet not to the extend that it feels like chewing gum, AND soft, but not to the extend that it feels over-cooked or ‘mushy’. Mmm…interesting, eh? It just gave me a ‘feel good’ when I ate it 😛 The mince pork was fragrantly stir-fried; the smell of pork wasn’t pungent to the effect that it feels yucky eating it, but it was nicely mixed with sauce, rich in taste & texture, to give the mince pork some added advantage when mixed with the noodles! Ahahaha…now, to the soup & the meatball itself!

The meatball was ‘springy’ and not too salty, and the soup that came with it was fragrantly spiced with a dash of white pepper & chopped spring onions. Yums! I recommend our dear readers to try it for themselves. It’s something that you won’t regret eating it, even if you feel that there are better ones. And if there are better ones, make sure you introduce it to us, the Perutbesi duo!

* Landmarks: near Bangsar Village & same row as Ipoh White Coffee kopitiam

Kedai Kopi & Makanan Chun Heong,
Lucky Garden, Bangsar
Kuala Lumpur

– Ruth

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    Jocelyn Oye said,

    There I was looking for recipe to make own LohShuFan (noodle itself not whole dish) and your site was on 1st page of results 🙂 How quaint.

    They don’t serve/sell LohShuFan at all anywhere in UK. So gotta DIY.

    Hope you are keeping well, ‘Perut Besi’


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