112, Batu 4 1/2, Jalan Klang Lama
Kuala Lumpur 58100

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11:30am - 03:00pm
06:00pm - 10:00pm

11:30am - 03:00pm
06:00pm - 10:00pm

11:30am - 03:00pm
06:00pm - 10:00pm

11:30am - 03:00pm
06:00pm - 10:00pm


11:30am - 03:00pm
06:00pm - 10:00pm

11:30am - 03:00pm
06:00pm - 10:00pm

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Rating : 4.3/5
Price: RM 7 per plate (1pax)
This Hokkien Noodles is recommended. The noodles are covered with all the sauce:) is the taste that hardly find in town

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Worth a visit if you are in Old Klang Road. Read my full review here. https://kiaraglutton.com/pu-yuan-restaurant-old-klang-road/

To call Pu Yuan a hidden gem would be an understatement. This covert location, tucked in an inconspicuous alley off Old Klang Road, gets its reputation from serving traditional true-blue Hokkien dishes. Spot a white door along the alley facing SJK (C) Choong Wen to find your way here. Take the family out for an excursion and try the Chao Shu Fen (fried tapioca noodles, from RM7). Sliced into neat rectangles, the noodles have a soft, slightly chewy texture that hits it off with wok hei, pungent dried shrimp and pork lard. The Fried Tang Hoon (from RM7) comes a close second, but also merits an order for its abundant trimmings, including prawns, Chinese cabbage and mushrooms. To truly experience Pu Yuan, also order several tai chow dishes to share with the fam. The lady boss will gladly recommend a Signature Fried Homemade Beancurd (RM12) that's deep-fried to a golden crisp whilst retaining its velvety texture within. Those who prefer meat would relish in the Oatmeal Popcorn Chicken (RM18). The order of chicken popcorns coated in crunchy oatmeal flakes is foolproof. Avg price per person: RM15
Photo by Burppler jionghui lim

Located hidden inside one of the alley in Old Klang Road (the road leading to SJK(C) Choong Wen and it’s just before the post office), Pu Yuan Restaurant is like a “speakeasy” version of traditional Hokkien restaurant spot. Finding this place is kinda tricky, because the place is quite secluded and the restaurant’s door is shut all the time, restaurant signboard is just merely a simple one too..

When we arrived at the doorstep, I was like ” This is a restaurant? For real??“. The crowd inside are regular Chinese people, it was not too crowded during our visit.

We ordered their famous Chao Shu Fen (of course) and Fried Tang Hoon. Their Chao Shu Fen looks almost similar to fried kuey tiao, it is fried with bean sprouts, cabbage, pork slices, and crispy lards. The taste is definitely not like fried kuey tiao taste, it was tender and chewy with the “burnt wok” taste =D
My favourite is still their Fried Tang Hoon, which is basically fried glass vermicelli noodles loaded with prawn, pork slices and chinese cabbage. The noodle is soft but quite chewy too compared to normal rice vermicelli, it was rich in flavour in overall.

Despite of their shabby looking restaurant, this place serves very delicious and definitely authentic Hokkien dish in town! Would definitely come back for their other interesting dishes like Oatmeal Popcorn Chicken and Honey Pork dish!

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An unassuming little place in good Old Klang Road, Pu Yuan is a charming tiny shop that serves some traditional Hokkien fry-ups like Fried Sweet Potato Flour noodles, Tang Hoon (glass vermicelli noodles) and Pek Kueh (rice cake noodles) — all pictured above. I enjoyed the Tang Hoon the most, although on hindsight, they all tasted just mediocre. The Hokkien side of me just isn’t satisfied with this visit. Made a mental note to give this place a second chance and return for their Hokkien mee soon.

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Followed waze, almost missed this place. It was in a small alley, luckily we spot the sign hang outside the shop. Closed on Thursday
Food is okay for me, the nestum chicken is something I like :) upper left is fried bak guo(Cantonese) and the right bottom is fried potato noodle. Did not get to try much as only sister and I trying to finish this 3 dishes together ;)

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