[Non-halal] 66大山脚猪肉粉 66 Chu Yuk Fun in Taman Megah serves one of favourite pork noodles in PJ!
Ever since the lockdown started, we’ve been missing our favourite pork noodles at Siong Pin SS3. Sadly, this stall doesn’t do deliveries and it’s too far away for us to tapau.
Thankfully, we’ve found another delicious alternative that’s available on delivery apps. My friends, it’s the pork noodles from 66大山脚猪肉粉 66 Chu Yuk Fun in Taman Megah.
[Feb 2023 Update: We’ve recently visited the restaurant in Taman Megah. The food has been consistently good throughout the years! Update on our visit below]
66 Chu Yuk Fun 66大山脚猪肉粉 in Taman Megah
Generally, there are two types of pork noodles broth. One tends to be heavier on the soy sauce, while the other allows the natural sweetness of the pork broth to come through. We prefer the latter.
The pork noodles soup from 66 is excellent! We love the broth – it’s naturally light with clear sweetness from the pork bones, and there’s no heavy taste of soy sauce. We loved that the flavours are not coloured by any preserved veggies or fried shallots.
What impressed us the most is that the chu yuk fun tasted just as good 1-2 hours after it’s cooked and delivered.
66 Chu Yuk Fu offers flavourful clear soup and springy noodles
Our noodles of choice – bihun and kuew teow retained their texture and structure. The bihun was springy with a good bite, and the flat noodles were smooth and not brittle.
After a quick reheat of the soup on the stove, and poured over the noodles – it really felt like we were having it at the kopitiam.
Good portion of meat
The “liao” portion was substantial and not overcooked. We especially enjoy the liver and meat slices. They were tender and sliced just nice – not too thick, not too thin.
The pork lard also remained crispy and was at the right portion – not too big, not too little.
If you’re looking for a good bowl of pork noodles to enjoy at home, we definitely recommend this. It’s definitely one of our favourite discoveries during the pandemic.
Excellent quality – for both takeaway and dine-in
We’ve been ordering the pork noodles from 66 Chu Yuk Fun regularly over the years – and they’ve been consistently good.
We also recently visited the restaurant. The venue is definitely quite busy during the lunch hour – and we had to wait for about 5 minutes to get our table.
We’re happy to report that there is really no difference in quality – whether for dine-in or takeaway. However, we do think it is definitely more comfortable to eat at home as the restaurant can be a bit warm.
We also tried the lobak at the restaurant. It was quite decent – enough five spice powder seasoning, with good tender, juicy meat.
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66 Chu Yuk Fun 66大山脚猪肉粉
Address: 11, Jalan SS 24/8, Taman Megah, 47301 Petaling Jaya, Selangor
Hours: 8am-8pm daily (8am-3.30pm on Sundays)
Phone: 012-533 2166