Uncle Seng Homemade Noodles

Since we arrived on 3rd February, we have been eating out most of the time. In fact we went to Mid Valley the next day and on the following day we went to 1U. Since we always go to those regular eating places in our last few trips we decided that we should at least try something new this time.

My dad introduced us to a new place in Subang Jaya (Near to Subang Parade) this time which he discovered recently. It is a very popular eating venue among students since it is located very near to Taylor College campus. What is interesting about this place, Uncle Seng’s Noodles, was that the serving is HUGE! For a plate of handmade noodles which cost around RM4.50 to RM6.50 depending on what you oder, can fill a very empty stomach. What is more about these noodles was, they are yummy too! The noodles are very springy.

I ordered their large Curry Chicken with Charsiew and wanton which I intend to share with Darrius (It is cheaper to order their large than order 2 different plates).




PiggyBeng ordered 2 plates as he was very hungry. He had a Charsiew and Wanton with another Pork Chop one. Both my parents also ordered the Pork Chop ones so you know which is good eh? 😛




The way they did their pork chop was really good. It has a little wine taste in them which made them so delicious and not to mention the meat was really tender and succulent.

Darrius throughly enjoyed his noodles… same goes with my nephew.




I did not managed to get the address but it is located in one of the shop lot blocks. If I’ve  not forgotten, there is a Kopi Tiam styled cafe at the end of that block.

With the kind of feast I was having in KL, I wonder what kind of weight loss pill can help me shed the extra weight I piled on! 😛

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0 Responses to Uncle Seng Homemade Noodles

  1. min says:

    i think i prefer your plate of charsiew wanton with curry than the pork chop! 🙂

    looks yummy!!

  2. although i go to Inti college but I never know about this place lah…must try la, i like wan tan mee!

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  3. lemonjude says:

    Looks delicious…must try if I’m there…hope able to find this restuarant..

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  4. Angeline says:

    Darrius knows how to use chopsticks??!!! *jaws dropped*

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  5. constance says:

    haiyo makes me so hungry…

  6. chinnee says:

    looks like melaka’s white wan tan mee to me!

  7. whoisbaby says:

    my cousin took us there during our trip to kl last year. it was good!

  8. See the pork chop noodle, I’m already drooling.

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  9. Annie Q says:

    it do look a bit like sarawak style golo mee..

  10. Ryan mami says:

    wow… Darius so clever to use the chopsticks!!

    the noodles look like the thinner version of “tai lok meen”.

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