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Friday, 23 December 2011

Pork Noodle at Restaurant Yit Sieang, Jln Thambipillay

When Mamarazzi published post on "Best Char Keoy Teow In Brickfields relocated to Restaurant Yit Sieang, Jln Thambipillay", SK commented that the Pork Noodle here is quite nice.

 
Hence last month when we went down town to have the CKT, Mamarazzi also ordered a bowl of Pork Noodle. Mmmm....quite a lot of ingredient.

The soup was very delicious. Then Mamarazzi discovered that it's cooked with this preserved vegetable. What do you call this? Thung Choy? It's sometimes being used to steam with mince pork. Anyone know the name?

For me, I had Chicken Rice

I ate all the rice while Ah Mah helped me to eat all the meat.

Ordered these for Papa. RM7. One Egg, One Taufu and some Pork Ear.

Here is the address if you wish to try out the Pork Noodle. I think you will like the soup. Restaurant Yit Sieang, Jalan Thambipillay, Brickfields, Kuala Lumpur. Ample parking at YMCA.


42 comments:

  1. I'm a great fan of noodles. My kids love it so much..But this one you posted here looks more delicious..

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  2. Eeeee...all oink oink. Mommyling sure like punya!

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  3. oh, so this restaurant is called yi sieang ah?? i never know that, hahaha!! so i didn't let you made a disappointed trip right?? so you've almost ordered all the food in that place, haha!! the chicken rice also nice, the siew yuk very crispy but why didn't small kucing eat the meat but only the rice?? so funny, haha~~

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  4. oh i've passed by this place a number of times but didn't stop to try. next time i will cos i love pork noodle :) Merry Christmas to you and your family.

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  5. Wah SK! That bowl of noodles seriously looks SOOOO appetising! *smacking lips* There was a Char Keow Teow stall I love to go to in Brickfields eons ago (located right next to the LRT station) but not sure still there or not.

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  6. That is dong choy lor but donno what it called in English :P

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  7. Hi, merry christmas and happy new year to you!

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  8. I would go with the chicken rice too. Looks delicious! :)

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  9. Yeah remembered the best CKT you mentioned before. Nice pork noodles eh, have not been around that area yet.

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  10. Was that Peter's Pork noodles, Kathy? A coffeeshop just across the road from YMCA Brickfields? We love the pork noodles there too, they have another branch not far away from there.

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  11. I like that pork noodles, its something I dig into from time to time and like I always share, I stay away from Brickfields for the messy and lack of parking.

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  12. A lot of "liu"! The best pork noodle I've ever had is in Tmn Maluri Cheras... and that was like 10 years ago. Dunno whether the stall is still operating or not now :p

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  13. The pork noodles and the chicken rice look delicious! Now I'm hungry.

    Merry Christmas to you and your family!

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  14. I've always love your food/stall/restaurants suggestions :D

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  15. In my hometown, it called 'sang yuk mien'... And the soup sure taste good if got add tung choi (china salted vegetable, I look at the packet of my tung choi, it written like this, hehe)

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  16. I love the pork noodle at OUG here. :)

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  17. May

    It was certainly very delcious

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  18. Medie

    The rice was good but the soup rather salty

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  19. Auntie Cleff

    haahaha none for you

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  20. SK

    hahaha...yup...got what else is good ah around that area?

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  21. Tanntoot

    Moved already la...the CKT stall oved to this shop. Same as the prok noodle

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  22. Choi Yen

    Ooh thanks..with that vege it taste nicer la the soup

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  23. Irene

    same to you and your family :)

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  24. Bananaz

    Must go and cari makan there la

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  25. Prince and princess mum

    you can say that again

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  26. Inspiredmon1x

    alamak...tarak noticed the signboard wor. Ya it;s across YMCA

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  27. Chloe

    hahaha but this one in Brickfield is definately operating

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  28. Christina

    hahahaha....Happy New Year to you

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  29. Wyson

    ya they add tung choy makes the soup super delicious

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  30. Chee Yee

    near the old Steven corner is it?

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