Tuesday, May 22, 2007

Emperor Noodles, SS15 Subang Jaya

I think this shop needs no special introduction. Famous for their wantan noodles, there are quite a number of outlets scattered around the Klang Valley. And even if you don't visit their outlets, their uncooked noodles are available for sale in supermarkets and pasar malam. So this time, pictures should suffice?

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Char siew Kon Lou (Dry) Wantan Mee
Both char siew and noodles are good. I like my char siew juicy like those in the picture. Dry char siew are just "bleh" to me. The noodles are nice too. Good 'springy' texture. Serving slightly too small though (but ok if you want to order a variety of other dishes).

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Wantan & Sui Kow Dumplings in broth
Small-ish in size but packed with fresh ingredients although soup did not pass the "post-consumption thirst factor".

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Special Oyster Dumpling
This is a special item in their menu. Normal meat dumpling with one whole dried oyster in the middle. Not bad.

Overall, food was not bad and prices alright for its ambience (additional marks for its decor, cleanliness factor and the fact that it's air-conditioned).

Emperor Noodles (Outlet Closed)
SS15 Subang Jaya branch
(same row as Burger King, near to the colleges and Asia Cafe)


MeiyeN said...

we went to da kepong outlet and had bad experience with da noodles! sticky and gummy :|

"Joe" who is constantly craving said...

the char siu does look yummy though..hmmm

myCoffee said...

Actually, this post is way back-dated. They might have gotten better/worse in between....