Top 8 Best Pork Noodle Restaurants in Klang Valley 2022

Klang Valley is famous for its wide variety of mouthwatering local cuisine and famous tourist attractions. However, nothing can rival a good bowl of springy noodles, juicy fresh pork pieces, and minced meat bathed in a warm pork bone broth with a hint of sesame oil and a dash of salt and pepper. 

There are a few famous shops within Klang Valley that sell this amazing Pork Noodle dish and many of them have been operating for more than a decade. Pork Noodles have been the go-to breakfast and lunch option for the locals here and this dish is so popular that the waiting time for some of these famous shops extend to more than an hour. 

What are the origins of Pork Noodles?

The earliest record of noodle dishes was found during the Han Dynasty in China. Today, there are countless variations of noodle dishes throughout the world. The origin of this particular Pork Noodle dish is believed to have come from Fujian immigrants from China due to its light clear broth which is a staple of many of their recipes. 

What is great about the Pork Noodle Soup is that it is a well-rounded meal whereby it includes protein, carbohydrates, and vegetables. This dish is commonly served at Chinese coffee shops in Malaysia and is a popular breakfast choice for many. 

8 Best Pork Noodle Restaurants in Klang Valley 2022

1. Restoran MaMa Love

Restoran MaMa Love
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Restoran MaMa Love
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Come to Restoran MaMa Love for some classic pork noodles. This restaurant lets you choose between Dry Noodles or Soup Noodles and they have add-ons such as pork kidney, pork liver, egg, and vegetables. The pork broth is sweet and the generous portions of meat pieces and innards are flavourful and well prepared. You can also request some of their spicy bird’s eye chilli and deep-fried lard. The restaurant is well kept and comfortable. If you wish to try the pork noodles, stop by before or after lunch hour to avoid the crowd. 

Operating Hours: 7.30am to 5pm daily

Address: 17-1, Jalan Tun Perak 2, Taman Tun Perak, 43200 Balakong, Selangor

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2. Restoran Win Heng Seng

Restoran Win Heng Seng
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Restoran Win Heng Seng
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Restoran Win Heng Seng is a no-frills type of coffee shop that has been in operation for more than 20 years. It is located around the Imbi area and is a great place for breakfast and lunch accompanied by the finest local coffee. The dried pork noodle is drizzled with flavourful soy sauce and topped with crispy pork lard. The soup is savoury with a hint of sweetness from the fresh pork and pork bones. You have an option to add an egg for extra flavour. If you arrive early you can also purchase an egg tart or a siew bao. 

Operating Hours: 6am to 3pm daily

Address: 183, Jalan Imbi, Imbi, 55100 Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur

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3. Kui Lum Noodle House

Kui Lum Noodle House
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Kui Lum Noodle House
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Kui Lum Noodle House’s Pork Noodles have maintained their popularity for over a decade. The restaurant is extremely crowded during lunch hour so be prepared for some waiting time. There is a good selection of noodles, different cuts of pork, and pork balls. The pork is tender and the pork lard comes with the dry noodle dish. Do not forget to add an extra egg into your soup as this restaurant prepares the eggs perfectly, leaving the egg yolk slightly runny on the inside. The highlight of this restaurant is that the serving portions are generous and the staff will give you extra soup and vegetables if requested. 

Operating Hours: 7.30am to 2.30pm (Friday – Wednesday) Closed on Thursday

Address: 24, Lorong Lobak, Taman Cheras, 56100 Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur

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4. Ooi Noodle House

Ooi Noodle House
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Ooi Noodle House
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Ooi Noodle House has been in operation for the past 20 years and it is known as one of the best Pork Noodle restaurants in town. The Ooi Noodle House consists of 2 shop lots and the owner carefully cooks each bowl himself. This maintains the taste and consistency of every dish. However, waiting time can surpass an hour due to the crowd and the restaurant’s popularity. The soup is authentic, flavourful, rich, and not overly salty. This Pork Noodle dish also includes delicious ingredients such as pork slices, liver, and intestines, and the amount served is generous, considering the recent price hike in Malaysia. Parking is extremely difficult so consider taking a Grab or other forms of public transport. 

Operating Hours: 8am to 4pm (Thursday – Tuesday) Closed on Wednesday

Address: 78, Jalan SS 15/4b, Ss 15, 47500 Subang Jaya, Selangor

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Website:https://m.facebook.com/pages/Ooi-Noodle-House

5. Restoran Ah Or Chu Yuk Fun

Restoran Ah Or Chu Yuk Fun
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Restoran Ah Or Chu Yuk Fun
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Restoran Ah Or Chu Yuk Fun (Pork Noodle) is run by a pair of sisters. The restaurant serves tasty Pork Noodles where you can choose between yellow noodles or vermicelli or kway teow or a mix of 2 items.  An egg is included in every order so you have to inform the owner if you wish to have your meal without an egg. The pork slices and minced meat are just nicely done and not overcooked and there is usually a generous serving of delicious fried pork lard. It is a great lunch option and parking in front of the shop is free during weekends. 

Operating Hours:

  • 8am – 4pm (Tuesday)
  • 9am to 4pm (Thursday – Sunday) 
  • Closed on Monday and Wednesday

Address: Jalan PJS 8/17, Bandar Sunway, 46150 Petaling Jaya, Selangor

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6. Peter’s Pork Noodle

Peters Pork Noodle
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Peters Pork Noodle
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30 years and still going strong, Peter’s Pork Noodle is located within the Money Corner food court, opposite the Brickfields Post Office. The food court is hidden from plain sight. Take the lane next to the Toto shop and walk under the metal staircase to enter through the back entrance of the food court. The broth is clear and flavourful and the sliced pork is extremely juicy. The restaurant serves generous portions of minced meat, pork slices, liver, vegetables, and fried pork lard. To add an extra kick to your meal, you can add in some bird’s eye chilli. 

Operating Hours

  • 8am to 3.30pm (Tuesday – Friday, Sunday)
  • 7am to 3pm (Saturday) Closed on Monday

Address: 144, Jalan Vivekananda, Brickfields, 50470 Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur

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Website: https://www.facebook.com/Peter-Pork-Noodles

7. Siew Kee Pork Noodle

Siew Kee Pork Noodle
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Siew Kee Pork Noodle
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Siew Kee Pork Noodle is one of the best pork noodles near Kepong and each dish is prepared individually so the pork slices, minced pork, pork loin, pork liver, and pork intestines retain their juiciness. The soup uses pork bones as a base for its sweetness and if you add an egg and mix it in the soup, it tastes amazing. The shop opens at 7am and many locals frequent here to have this dish for breakfast. This delicious goodness together with the restaurant’s homemade meatballs is a great way to start the day. 

Operating Hours: 7am to 3.30pm (Friday – Wednesday) Closed on Thursday

Address: 16-34, Jalan Medan Putra 3, Medan Putra Business Centre, 52200 Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur

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Website:https://siew-kee-pork-noodle.business.site

8. Leng Leng Pork Noodles (Bukit Jalil)

Leng Leng Pork Noodles Bukit Jalil
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Leng Leng Pork Noodles Bukit Jalil
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At Leng Leng Pork Noodles, you can choose between the original clear soup base and a tomato soup base, a slightly different variation of the usual Pork Noodle soup. The tomato soup is thick, slightly sweet, and sour with a hint of ketchup, served with a double-layered bowl to keep the dish warm. The clear base soup is always flavourful and complete with pork slices, minced pork mixed with diced mushrooms, pork liver, pork balls, and pork intestines. Add-ons are allowed but with extra charges. The menu at this shop proudly displays that there is no MSG added, which is a definite plus. 

Operating Hours: 8am to 5.30pm (Tuesday – Sunday) Closed on Monday

Address: 6, Jalan Jalil Jaya 1, Bukit Jalil, 57000 Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur

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Website:https://www.facebook.com/lenglengbukitjalil/

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