Tuesday, May 19, 2009

Pun Chun Noodle House @ Kota Kemuning

(NON-HALAL)

The Zoo Gang was looking forward to a day trip to Seremban for our usual Quinn's beef noodles but due to some last minute changes, we ended up in Kota Kemuning instead. Needless to say, Tiger was pouting a fair bit along the way as she was looking forward to the beef balls but anyway....

We drove to Kota Kemuning, wanting to visit somewhere else actually but it was not opened and we ended up in Pun Chun Noodle House. Read about them opening a branch here a while back but never got the chance to try it out till now. I sure have lots of sweet memories of Pun Chun back in Bidor as that was one of the many food pit stops that the Apple Crumble Team aka Fantastic Four (comprising of Jackson, Precious Pea, Teckiee and me) made when we took part in The Star's Drive For Food back in 2007!

Pun Chun Kota Kemuning

Pun Chun
Well, they had the same sort of display here, selling the usual famous "chicken" biscuits sans the little snack corner that has delicious Woo Kok (Yam/Taro Puff) in Bidor.

Tiger's order of Duck Drumstick Dry Noodles (RM6.80) came first. I had to take the shots quickly as I was afraid Tiger would take a swipe at me with her "paws" if I took my time composing the shot. Hence I'm unsated with this pic of Tiger's food! Hahah :op
Duck Drumstick Dry Wantan Noodles
I remembered the soup in Bidor was darker and oilier. I tried a spoonful of soup and found the taste too strong and bitter for my liking and hoped I would like my order...



Duck Drumstick Soup Noodles
And luckily I did...my soup version of the same tasted better. I guess the noodles altered the soup's original taste, to one which I preferred. The noodles were nice and springy and I enjoyed it though I would say that I found this noodles okay overall as it fell short of my expectation, being a specialty of Pun Chun. The duck drumstick however was tender and had more of a duck breast meat texture than that of the usual smooth drumstick though. But of course, since I preferred duck breast meat, it's not a complain but I guess drumstick meat lovers would probably beg to differ. Well, either that or the gang was sorely missing the 'beef noodles'! 'Nothing Compares....nothing compared to youuuuuu......", Heehehe...

Char Siew Wantan Noodles
Cheshire Cat's order of Char Siew Wantan Noodles (RM5) came with char siew that looked and tasted like the usual run-of-the-mill roast meat at most wantan noodles stalls unless you're eating HERE or HERE!

Wantan
We did order an extra bowl of only wantan (RM5.30) on the side. I found the wantan deliciously meat filled that was also springy. No joke, it was so springy that one had bounced off (when I placed it on my soup spoon with my chopsticks) onto the table! Best eaten with green pickled chillies.

Mushroom Chic Feet Wantan Noodles
Cow's order of Mushroom Chicken Feet Noodles (RM4.30) came with three rather huge chicken feet. They seem juicy enough as I watched Cow grazed on them last - Cow saved the best for last, you see...

After we cleared our bowls here, "We Don't Get No Satisfaction" were still somehow in need of something extra and decided to drive around the area.


To Be Continued...


Pun Chun Noodle House
10 Jalan Anggerik vanilla AC 31/AC
Kota Kemuning
40460 Shah Alam

(Tel :012-2535386)

They have a blog...check it out HERE and here's the location map to the outlet in Kota Kemuning.

Pun Chun Chicken Biscuits & Restaurant
38-40 Jalan Besar
35500 Bidor
Perak

Tel : 05-434 1554/1562





14 comments:

thenomadGourmand said...

saw this corner shop the last time i was in the area...packed to the brim! but it was Sat laa..so i guess this is the best bet for the noodles if not all the way to Bidor yea?

ilene said...

Hey, many thanks for sourcing out this place! Now I won't need to drive all the way to Bidor just for their duck noodles! mmmmmm.....yummmy...slurrrrp!

*Think I'll drop by this weekend! heheehe....can't wait lah.....

foodbin said...

the prices are the same as in Bidor.

sc said...

well it does look like the one served in Bidor.. but no woo kok? nooooooo!!

CUMI & CIKI said...

so which one is better? bidor's or KK ? :P

mimid3vils said...

I like drumstick noodle!!

backStreetGluttons said...

wow , with the tiger , cheshire cat and cow attacking and mauling da Bidor Duck certtainly is a sight to behold...in this big Kota

ai wei said...

slurrrrppppp!
the noodles are looking super good! hungry even after i had my dinner

J2Kfm said...

even Bidor's version is not so good anymore, compared to the 1st few times i tried it.

a revisit's in order, sooner or later. but the WU KOK at Bidor there ... alamak. so small, soggy and exp liao.

wmw said...

theNomadGourmand : I suppose Kota Kemuning is a lot nearer. Hahaha...

Ilene : No worries...but then hor, okay only lo.

Foodbin : Would have thought it would be cheaper in Bidor.

SC : Hahaha....there's always the ultimate woo kok in SS3!

Cumi & Ciki : Better in taste...about the same, the nostalgic ambiance, Bidor!

mimid3vils : This is okay to me. You like Pun Chun's noodles?

jason said...

I have not tried the drumstick noodle, not even the one in Bidor, so I can't comment, I guess. :P

Life for Beginners said...

Ah, count me in as another person who prefers breast meat... So I wouldn't be disappointed either, fer sure! :)

tekko said...

they have improved their wan tan but the rest is getting bad (in Bidor).

wmw said...

BSG : Hahah...don't you wish you were there to witness it?

Ai Wei : You're so slim, can go eat again straight after dinner!

J2kfm : A shame, the woo kok we had when we tried it back then was rather delicious.

Jason : Go and try this one here in Kota Kemuning.

LFB : So we'll fight over the meat! hahaha...

Tekko : Hey there! Haven't seen you for awhile. Yah, I quite enjoyed the wantan.