Jia Xiang Pork noodles 猪肉粉 @ Kedai Makanan dan Minuman Angsana, Taman Bukit Angsana


Category : Cheras, Chinese Food, Hawkers

*** Jia Xiang Pork Noodles or currently known as Machi Noodles 妈子面 has now shifted to 34, Jalan 34/154, Taman Bukit Anggerik. ***


Rise and shine!

It’s Sunday today, what’s on your breakfast or… brunch? How about a piping hot bowl of hearty Pork Noodles aka Chee Yoke Fun?

Hidden deep inside one of the Cheras neighbourhoods, this kopitiam is packed with patrons early in the morning. They are here for …


A bowl of pork noodles


Soupy pork noodles 猪肉粉 (Rm 4.50 for small; Rm 5 for large portion)



Brimmed with lots of pork offal and minced meat and pork slices, greens and deep fried lard and covered with brothy soup. Noodles were something simple and normal; but then the porky soup was something different – very rich, sweet and flavourful. Love the soup! Aside from the condiments, the rich flavour came from pork bones that were simmered for long hours, and that gave the sweetness to the soup. Don’t forget to munch the noodles with the fragrant deep fried lard bits. These little bits make the difference!



Search for the lorong angsana 8, it is located right here at the ground level of the flat.



And be seated under the huge tree, the staff will run over to take your orders.


Don’t forget a glass of iced or hot teh or kopi, theirs one are kinda “gao” (thick/rich/smooth)



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Comments (8)

I’m drooling. Pork Noodle is my favorite!!!

me tooooooooooo!

Wah looks really good!! The photos are gorgeous too, makes me want to slurp right off the pictures! hehe

thanks! haha
this one is good!
very sincere bowl of pork noodles!

Look yumyum.. can i know wher is this lorong angsana,..? nearby where?think to visit it one day.. (“,)

hmmm, it’s in taman angsana, hidden in one lorong angsana.
perhaps u can try google???
with lorong angsana, taman angsana, cheras. around or near to alam damai 🙂

i am sooo hungry now. looking at wrong post at the moment. .


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