When I was told that the original pork ball noodles aka "chu yoke yuin fun" was at this coffee shop, I was excited. I woke up early on a Sunday morning and head all the way down to Jalan Imbi just to try the bowl of noodles.
Weng Hing coffee shop at the corner of Jalan Imbi.
I saw a few people queuing up at the stall to take away the pork ball noodles. The uncle at the stall was working really fast to get the orders out.
Looking at all the customers that were coming and going for the noodles, I had high hopes for it... but sadly, I'm disappointed again. The bowl of pork ball noodle soup wasn't impressive to the taste buds at all. Any pork ball noodle soup in PJ can easily taste better.
The BBQ Chinese sausages that came with the noodles tasted about the same as the ones I can get in PJ. The pork ball itself also taste the same, but the testure was softer and a little less springy.
I also tried their fried queh teow. I waited quite some time for the fried queh teow because the uncle fries each plate individually. The fried queh teow smelt really good! and of course, individually fried queh teow usually taste better.
Again... disappointment. Smells good, but tasted below average.
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