Uncle Seng Noodles, SS15

This noodles shop has been around for many years. Boasted to be handmade using their own recipe, the shop is quite popular with the students and office workers around SS15. The noodles are nice but I don’t frequent this place often as I don’t like the seating arrangements much. Bit too crowded when it’s packed.

The essentials, different types of chilli. They have a variety of toppings to go with the noodles, ranging from the usual char siew, prawn & pork wonton, chicken feet & mushrooms, to sui kow dumplings, fried pork, curry chicken etc.

Or one can order combinations of different toppings if you like variety.

Noodles with wonton, char siew and fried pork. The noodles may look plain and bland, but it has a springy texture and reminds me of hakka noodles. The secret to eating this is to pour the given chilli sauce liberally on the noodles and mix it well. The chilli sauce is not spicy, but has a slight sweetish tinge that goes very well with the noodles.

The fried pork is quite interesting as it’s neither the roasted type (i.e siew yoke) nor the hakka type (marinated with fu yee) but tasted pretty good.

Noodles with Chicken Feet and mushrooms. I didn’t try the chicken feet but the mushrooms were juicy and brimming with taste!

The food here is value for money considering the generous portion size. If handmade egg noodles are your thing, pop by and have a try. 🙂

Restoran Uncle Seng
68, Jalan SS15/4B,
47500 Subang Jaya,
Open : 8am to 4pm
Closed Mondays.

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  1. Simon Seow said

    Simple yet nice. Merry Christmas.

  2. J2Kfm said

    hmm, looks rather bland as you said. pour green chillies?

    epicuriousgirl says: the red chilli paste! goes really well with the noodles. then it won’t taste bland 😛

  3. mimi said

    No dark soy sauce for the dry mee?

    epicuriousgirl says: nope.

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