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Pork Ball Noodles - Restoran Ye Look - Sri Petaling

I stumbled upon this restaurant one hot Sunday afternoon while looking for a place to eat where I won’t be drenched in sweat. There are not many stalls here, and the one dish that caught my eye was the pork ball noodles, mainly because of the bright green vegetables on top of it.

So I ordered a Pork Ball Yee Mee with egg and I didn’t have my hopes up as I had not heard any good reviews about the pork ball noodles here. However, once it arrived, I was pleasantly surprised.




The soup is, well, not exactly clear, but is MUCH clearer than the famous pork ball me at the restaurant down the road (which I shall review in due course). This extra clarity means that you lose out on flavour. However, for those concerned about living until 40, I would recommend sacrificing a bit of flavour.

They are also reasonably generous with their meat. However, I get the feeling their level of generosity varies with the time and how much stock they have left. But the best part is definitely the vegetables. They are really fresh. I don’t quite know what vegetables they are but if you just refer to the photograph that I have taken pains to provide I am sure you will figure it out.

The shop itself is much cooler (as opposed to warmer) than most of the others in the area, and although seating space is limited, they are usually not very crowded. Also, be sure to go early if you want the pork ball noodles as they usually run out by around 2pm.

In conclusion, this is a place I would definitely go back to. The average price is around RM4, which is slightly high in this area, but for the amount of meat and fresh vegetables, it is worth it. I will give the pork ball noodles a 7.5/10.

*a photo of the shop will be up on monday.

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2 Responses to “Pork Ball Noodles - Restoran Ye Look - Sri Petaling”

  1. # Anonymous Anonymous

    yummy..

    dude do you know where is the exact location?no use telling us how tasty it is if i gotta search the whole sri petaling juz to find it!..;)  

  2. # Blogger Fidel Gastro

    Dear Anonymous, it is along the row of shops directly opposite The Store. It is the corner shop next to Affin Bank.

    Should you need further directions please don't hesitate to ask.  

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