Friday, December 5, 2014

Chong Ko Hakka Noodle

We've decided to try since it looks like a popular place. The noodle is fine.. just soft and I don't know, rather tasteless? If it wasn't for the chilli it's actually quite dull. I think I still prefer the kicap based kind of dry noodles (and it makes it not very hakka noodle anymore!)

Their meatballs/fishballs.. I don't know, it seems like the ones you can get from the market from the wholesaler. Whether or not it's freshly made in house, I'm not too sure. But didn't have any significance to be classified as homemade. 

Though I have to say, their wantans do compliment their noodles. Both chilli and wantan makes the noodle much nicer - adding extra flavours to the dull noodles. 

I may be biased because I'm not a "noodle person". It is way too difficult for me to say yes to noodles, so generally I would find them less attractive. But if I do, I would it so much! 

As for this little noodle place, no I wouldn't mind coming back for a bowl of noodle if I'm in the area - I love their chill sauce and wantans! But I wouldn't come all the way for it. 

Chong Ko Hakka Noodle
5, Perubatan 2,
Pandan Indah
56100 Kuala Lumpur

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