Pudu: The Legendary Hakka Noodles

So few months ago, my 2 buddies and I went to the once happening town, Pudu.. for a street shoot. Eujuin a Canon user, WeiXiong a Nikon user and me, a Sony user.

We started off our day with lunch at one of the most famous food stalls in town, the Tai Pou Hakka noodle stall at Jalan Sayur aka (WaiSekKai) somewhere behind Pudu Plaza.

The stall has been around since before I was born and my parents and grandparents love to go eat there.. and since they were from Pudu last time, the shop owners and my family is quite close.

Since Juin and Xiong are from the other side of town, I thought it would be a great experience for them to come and lunch here. They liked it! huahauhua.. but a bit hot lah.

While waiting for our noodles to be served, we were taking photos of everything and caught the attention of many aunties and uncles there lol. Our drinks was then served… icy cold barley.

Here comes the legendary hakka noodles with minced pork and charsiew. It’s only about RM4-5 depending on what size you order.

Noodles come with soup and wantan.

After eating, we were all soaked in sweat.. hahaah check out Xiong’s expression lol

I couldnt stop sipping the barley. Haha.

… and Eujuin found out that if we merge the tissues we were using, they would form the word “pOp” πŸ˜€

What did we shoot after that? The Pudu streetshoot begins with the next post. Come back tomorrow okay?

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  1. TZ

    howz the noodles… nice?
    i like the kolo mee in Kuching πŸ™‚

    smashpOp Replies:

    its very nice! u should try πŸ˜€

  2. kornykornelius

    I try the noodles there before… nice!!!

    smashpOp Replies:

    ahahha agree!

  3. aaron

    Never try before. But it looks so yummmey.

    smashpOp Replies:

    the konloh wan is fantastic

  4. Mohan

    the hakka noddles..looks delicious

    smashpOp Replies:

    it is memang delicious

  5. Shanker

    went there for the 1st time last week. the wan tan is awesome but the noodles are so-so only la.. i would rather go for chilli pan mee next time! more oomph!!

    smashpOp Replies:

    its 2 dif thing le lol cannot compare

    Shanker Replies:

    im saying i dont think its worth the wait/drive.

    would rather go for pan mee!

    and can compare cos its all food mah! =P

  6. uLi

    Used to “bong-chan” this stall everytime I go for tuition at Martin πŸ˜›

    smashpOp Replies:

    i tuition at AP and Kota lol

  7. FiSh

    this stall is very famous one, with those customers queueing up.. i used to go there last time ); so long didnt try edi

    smashpOp Replies:

    yup correct

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  9. J2Kfm

    Oh this one … always escaped my radar. Probably for the same reason as you; damn damn hot weather is NOT the most conducive for the Hakka mee crawl.

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    I love the wooden stick photo!! what is ur new gear?

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  13. Vi

    aw, noodle is so good! this is the first time i pop ur blog and it is really interesting to me, u re such a loving food-man πŸ™‚ i saw ur photo when google keong saik hotel. u inspire me from then on.

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