Pork Noodles – Restoran Yit Sieang @ Brickfields

Restoran Yit Sieang in Brickfields is popular for its pork noodles.

Restoran Yit Sieang's Dry Pork Noodles
Restoran Yit Sieang’s Dry Pork Noodles

Dry Pork Noodles in Restoran Yit Sieang is one of the most tasty pork noodles, at least, in KL. It is good for breakfast, lunch and dinner (even though the restaurant is not opened for dinner).


  • Dry/Soup Pork Noodles – RM 4.00 (Small), RM 4.50 (Big), RM 0.50 (Add egg)


Restoran Yit Sieang,
Jalan Thambypillai, Off Jln Brickfields,
50470 Kuala Lumpur, MALAYSIA

My Ratings (1-5)

  • Food – 4.0
  • Service – 3.0
  • Ambiance – 2.0

Wantan Noodles – Restoran Hung Kee @ Jalan Loke Yew

Wantan Noodles that are scrumptious are hard to find these days, especially in KL. Restoran Hung Kee is Jalan Loke Yew serves good Wantan Noodles and are quite well-known among the people.

Hung Kee's Wantan Noodles
Hung Kee’s Wantan Noodles

Hung Kee’s Wantan Noodles is definitely better than Petaling Street’s Koon Kee and Bidor’s Pun Chun. Unlike Pun Chun, Hung Kee is generous with the Wantan, as the normal Wantan Noodles (Big) come with at least six Wantan and a bunchful of char siew. Some even said the char siew are among the best in the whole KL.

“Hung Kee’s Siew Yuk (Roast Pork) Noodles

Hung Kee’s Siew Yuk or Roast Pork is however quite ordinary, like most other places.

At least, we don’t need to travel all the way to Bidor for a good plate of Wantan Noodles, knowing that at RM 6.00, we can get really good Wantan Noodles that satiates us with every bite.


  • Wantan Noodles (Big) – RM 6.50
  • Siew Yuk Noodles (Small) – RM 5.00
  • Hoi Lam Lou White Coffee (Cold) – RM 2.00


Restoran Hung Kee,
28-5 & 28-6, Jalan Loke Yew,
55200 Kuala Lumpur, MALAYSIA.

My Ratings (1-5)

  • Food – 4.0
  • Service – 2.0
  • Ambiance – 2.0

Duck Noodles – Restoran Pun Chun @ Bidor, Perak

Restoran Pun Chun in Bidor, Perak is famous with its duck noodles as many travelers and food critics alike have probably dropped by this restaurant on the way up North.

Restoran Pun Chun's Duck Noodles
Restoran Pun Chun’s Duck Noodles

Pun Chun’s Duck Noodles is delicious although a little bit too pricey.

Restoran Pun Chun's Wantan Noodles
Restoran Pun Chun’s Wantan Noodles

Wantan Noodles is not quite worth it if you order pure wantan only as they only give you four pieces of wantan while the normal one has three wantan plus char siew. Somehow, the char siew is quite stiff and as good as the wantan.

Restoran Pun Chun's Wu Kok
Restoran Pun Chun’s Wu Kok

Pun Chun’s Wu Kok (or Taro Dumpling in English) is quite popular as well with people purposely come here to take away these dim sums.

Restoran Pun Chun's Iced White Coffee
Restoran Pun Chun’s Iced White Coffee

Iced White Coffee is lovely to go with the great oily food.


  • Duck Noodles – RM 6.50
  • Wantan Noodles – RM 4.50
  • Wu Kok – RM ???
  • Iced White Coffee – RM 1.70


Restoran Pun Chun,
38-40, Jalan Besar,
35500 Bidor, Perak Darul Ridzuan, MALAYSIA.

My Ratings (1-5)

  • Food – 4.0
  • Service – 3.0
  • Ambiance – 2.0

Wantan Noodles – Kedai Koon Kee @ Petaling Street

Once very famous for its Wantan Noodles, Koon Kee is now pretty quiet and isolated. Koon Kee is well-known for its Wantan Noodles. Located in the midst of Petaling Street (Chinatown), Koon Kee is not exactly easy to find. It is hidden behind the throng of stalls in one of the intersections of Petaling Street.

Koon Kee's Wantan Noodles
Koon Kee’s Wantan Noodles

Although it’s slightly pricey, the Wantan Noodles has generous fillings and has very little MSG, unlike the wantan noodles elsewhere. For RM 5.30, it can easily fill your empty stomach and make you feel bloated. You can always order the smaller plate for RM 4.30, but mind you, the fillings are not as generous as you get by paying the extra one buck.

Koon Kee's Har Kow (Prawn Dumplings)
Koon Kee’s Har Kow (Prawn Dumplings)

The Har Kow (Prawn Dumplings) is quite filling as well and is delicious though there are better ones somewhere out there.

Perhaps, Koon Kee has lost its glory day and for now, it is more suitable to be labeled as a tourist attraction rather than an eatery for the local.


  • Wantan Noodle (Big) – RM 5.30
  • Wantan Noodle (Small) – RM 4.30
  • Har Kow Soup – RM 5.00


Kedai Koon Kee,
95, Jalan Hang Lekir,
50000 Kuala Lumpur, MALAYSIA

My Ratings (1-5)

  • Food – 4.0
  • Service – 3.0
  • Ambiance – 2.0