Friday, 2 September 2016

Hakka Pork Ball Mee Stall @ Bandar Sri Damansara, Kuala Lumpur

Calling all Hakka Pork Ball Mee fans! If this is one of your favourite dishes, then you should give this stall a try. It's just a simple stall in a everyday Chinese coffee shop located in Bandar Sri Damansara. This restaurant called Restaurant Woh has a number of stalls that are quite famous, namely their Penang Prawn Mee stall and the Char Kuey Teow stall but little did I know that this Hakka Pork Ball Mee guy does serve some excellent noodles too. It was by chance that I decided to try his stall as I observed that there were many customers that were placing orders with him and the photographs of the dishes that were displayed looked pretty appetising as well. Before speaking further about this dish, let me give you the directions to this place. To give directions to this place can be quite tricky as there are so many entrances to Bandar Sri Damansara. But to keep it simple, once you see Mc Donalds on your right, turn right at the next traffic light and then turn right again. The first shop at the corner is Restoran Woh. Just follow the above directions and you can't go wrong. Parking is a hassle here and one would need to be prepared to walk quite a bit. 

The Hakka Pork Ball Mee Stall
With the number of orders that have been continuously coming in, the gentleman was quite busy preparing the dishes. Basically, there were just three different types of noodles to choose from and on his stall, he has placed the pictures and the prices for each one of those varieties. Generally across all the dishes, a small bowl is priced at RM 6.00  and a big bowl at RM 6.50 . Simple as that. I decided to go for the soup type as that requires an extra skill of perfecting the soup itself and that would be a fantastic gauge for me to judge. I then mentioned the dish, pointed at the table that I was sitting and back I was and in less than ten minutes, my order was served.

Hakka Pork Ball Noodles Soup @ RM 6.00 (Small)
When the dish arrived, it was such a beauty to look at. The noodles and the soup looked great and the minced pork, Taiwanese sausage and Pork Balls looked very inviting. Without wasting another minute, I started enjoying this bowl of goodness. 

Minced Pork Was Heavenly
Firstly, the soup itself was so good. There weren't any traces of MSG added to it as it would usually bring about a sudden urge to drink lots of water. That did not happen today and so, it's either very minimally added or none at all. Besides the soup, the minced pork was heavenly. I could order just a bowl of that and have it on it's own. 

One Of The Best Pork Balls That I Have Had
I wonder how he makes these Pork Balls. They were another delight and it was so delicious. Chewy, juicy and oh, it was just fantastic!

Taiwanese Sausages (Lap Cheong)
I wonder if he makes these as well as it was huge. Very much bigger compared to the ones that we get in the market and it wasn't as sweet with lesser lard. Tasted just perfect for this noodles. Again, another ingredient that I totally loved. 

In summary, this was a fantastic bowl of noodles and I would give this a 9/10. Each ingredient complemented each other so well and none were too bold for the base soup. I have tried the same dish many times over and none have come close to this. Definitely a place that I would recommend and it's worth travelling the distance. 

Address: No. 1, Jalan Cempaka SD 12/2, Bandar Sri Damansara, 52200 Kuala Lumpur,                              Malaysia.

Opening Hours: 1000 - 1500 Daily

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