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68, Jalan SS15/4B, SS15
Subang Jaya 47500

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08:00am - 04:00pm

08:00am - 04:00pm

08:00am - 04:00pm

08:00am - 04:00pm

08:00am - 04:00pm

08:00am - 04:00pm


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The wantons are a good add on option!

I prefer the fried ones but they also serve it in soup. The meat is tender, juicy and soft. Nicely cooked with all that flavour!


The one in the picture is a large! But there is only a 50 sens difference from the regular size!

The noodles are best paired with their signature chilli sauce. But WARNING! It is spicy! So if you can't handle the heat, you could always put on a small dollop to taste first.

The shop is almost always crowded with people lining up outside for a table. Well, good food is always worth waiting for!


Uncle Seng's handmade noodles are unlike any other, which is why this neighbourhood favourite commands a constant crowd. The restaurant is a stone's throw away from colleges nearby and its tables fit four comfortably — mark it down for an after-class lunch with a few mates. If it's your first time here, try the Char Siew Wanton + Deep Fried Pork Noodles (RM8). The dish presents value with a trio of meaty toppings. Expect their famed, secret recipe-noodles to be slightly thick with a chewy, udon-like texture. These are made to taste bland, which allows their housemade chili sauce to shine in flavour. Lay on, or add this sauce sparingly (depending on your tolerance for heat), and mix it with the noodles thoroughly. The result is a transformed dish, finished with a subtly spicy kick.
Avg price per person: RM10
Photo by Burppler Priska Rafel


Uncle Seng is a legendary noodle shop in SS15 that serves their pork noodle. This place is always crowded with so many loyal customers everyday.

I ordered a plate of Charsiew Wonton and Deep Fried Pork Noodle. For people who are used to eat here, they would probably ask for extra bowls of curry sauce and friend onion drenched in oil with no extra charge! For me, I always ask for the onion, but I am not really a fan of the curry (because I can't eat spicy food!). The noodle was ok, but combined with the pork it became even better. Nothings goes bad if combined with pork. The wontons are tender and flavorful.

This is a perfect place if you are craving for a simple porky noodle with curry sauce drizzle in your option.


Handmade Noodle with cha siew wanton and deep fried pork


The deep fried pork is coated in crispy flour batter!