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78, Jalan SS15/4B
Subang Jaya 47500

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Tuesday:
07:00am - 04:00pm

Wednesday:
07:00am - 04:00pm

Thursday:
07:00am - 04:00pm

Friday:
07:00am - 04:00pm

Saturday:
07:00am - 04:00pm

Sunday:
07:00am - 04:00pm

Monday:
07:00am - 04:00pm

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Made an order, and was told I had to wait 1 hour during lunchtime. Which was already crazy to begin with, but I was crazier and decided to wait (while exploring ss15 and it’s other food first lol). The broth was very flavourful/sweet, they didn’t hold back on the pork lard and the pork livers & intestines were cooked very well (none of that tough, overcooked nonsense) which I appreciated. But I wouldn’t wait an hour for this 😅 If I were to visit again I’d arrive in the morning instead where there’s less of a crowd.
RM9 for small, RM10 for large (pricey IMO!)

Dining here might come with a 40-minute wait for a bowl of Pork Noodles (from RM10), but the community guarantees it's worth it! Swing by early to avoid dissapointment, and don't come too hungry! Burppler Jerrine Soh declares these made-to-order bowls of piping hot noodles "the best thing on earth". Look forward to a bowl loaded with minced pork, lean pork slices, innards that are crowned with crispy pork lard. What makes the dish here is the soup – a moreish sweet-and-salty broth you'll slurp to the last drop.
Photo by Burppler Stephanie Li

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Pork noodle (Big with egg) - RM11 👎 definitely not worth the long wait (1hr), not enough pork lard, pricey, wrong order (have emphasized to the lady no intestines) and wrong queue number (food served to customer who came late) **i was stunned, when the staff informed me need to wait an hour for the food served. First visit and also last visit for me. Wondering how people can wait so long for just an ordinary pork noodle 😕

#burpple #burpplekl #subangfoodie
#porknoodle #longqueue #afterrunningsession #ooinoodlehouse

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For pork noodles in SS15, Ooi Noodle House comes to mind. Here, the owner insists on cooking each bowl on its own to preserve quality, and we can attest that the effort translates well into taste. It's also why the stalwart shop warns diners of a 40-minute wait (minimum) at lunch. Thankfully, the air-conditioned setting makes it a bearable one. Show up early before 11am to cut the waiting time short and bring a few of your foodie friends for company! Priced from RM8, each bowl is a trove of minced pork, lean pork slices, liver, intestines and crispy pork lard. These trimmings are tasty and portioned well, but the secret is in the soup. Deeply flavoured, its cloudy consistency reminds us of pork-based ramen broth. Add an egg to your bowl for RM1 — when stirred in, the wobbly yolk helps bring the soup to its full potential.
Avg price per person: RM10
Photo by Burppler Amy Yeoh

One of the best noodle houses when you are craving for pork noodle with rich flavored soup. The owner cooks the noodle based on the orders instead of bulk cooking which is one of the main reasons why customers have to wait for around 45 mins to one hour for their orders to come. Despite that, you can see a lot of customers are willing to wait especially during weekend which proves how tasty it can be.

RM 9 for each normal size per bowl with a lot of ingredients. You can choose whether you want kwe tiaw, mee hon or noodle. Adding egg will cost you additional charge but still it's totally worth the price.

Remember to taste the soup before eating the noodle

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For pork noodles in SS15, Ooi Noodle House comes to mind. Here, the owner insists on cooking each bowl on its own to preserve quality, and we can attest that the effort translates well into taste. It's also why the stalwart shop warns diners of a 40-minute wait (minimum) at lunch. Thankfully, the air-conditioned setting makes it a bearable one. Show up early before 11am to cut the waiting time short and bring a few of your foodie friends for company! Priced from RM8, each bowl is a trove of minced pork, lean pork slices, liver, intestines and crispy pork lard. These trimmings are tasty and portioned well, but the secret is in the soup. Deeply flavoured, its cloudy consistency reminds us of pork-based ramen broth. Add an egg to your bowl for RM1 — when stirred in, the wobbly yolk helps bring the soup to its full potential.
Avg price per person: RM10
Photo by Burppler Amy Yeoh

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