Wanton Mee @ Restoran Jaya Noodle House 富门面家, Jaya One, Petaling Jaya

>> Mar 20, 2010

I've been hanging on to these pictures for quite a long time now. So, I better get it over with before I even forget about them.

Noodle House
has been in the business of serving Wan Ton Mee for a good 35 years now. Founded by Lai Kok Choy in the old Jaya Supermarket (the big blue building that has been demolished) Section 14, it is well known to dish out one of the better wan ton noodles in town.

Jaya Noodle House

As it is situated in Jaya One, parking is ample. One could also resort to parking illegally by the side of the road to minimize walking distance.

We ordered noodles for each of us, and a couple of sides to share.

Crispy Fried Dumplings

The fried sui kow was priced at RM9 for 6 pieces. It tasted fairly well. Nothing extraordinary but it certainly didn't taste bad.

Dumpling Soup

The Sui Kow was tasted exactly like its fried counterpart, 'not bad' but nothing extraordinary. It was priced at RM7.20 (no idea why is it cheaper than the fried version).

Pan Fried Radish Cake

This 'lo pak gou' (Radish Cake) wasn't really impressive. The taste wasn't that great. I wouldn't recommend this. It was RM6 a plate.

Wantan Char Siew Noodles (kon loh)

Priced at RM8.30 a plate, it is relatively more expensive than the wanton noodles at a coffee shop. However, the portion was quite big. The noodles had a nice bite to it. The char siew wasn't too burnt. No wonder this place is famous for their wantan noodles.

Wantan Char Siew Noodles (Soup)

This is exactly the same as the noodles above, except that it is served in soup. This is where one's preference comes in to determine which version of the noodles is preferred.

Winter Melon and Luo Han Guo

The price of this dessert was RM4.80. This dessert is a straight path to diabetes. It was overwhelmingly sweet. I remember myself wondering if the cook had accidentally chucked the whole bag of rock sugar in.

All in all, the Sui Kow was not bad, the noodles were quite good, the rest were errrrrrr. I've tried their curry noodles before, it was okay. Nothing really great.

This place would make a good stop for a lunch of wanton mee. I wouldn't recommend you trying anything else. Cheers.

Restaurant Rating: 7/10
Pricing: Under RM15 per person

*Ratings are based on ambience, service, value and food quality for the price you're paying. Opinions expressed are solely based on my personal experience

Map to Restaurant Jaya Noodle House 富门面家

Lot 35-LG2, Block C,
Jaya One, 72A Jalan Universiti,
46200 Petaling Jaya,

Telephone number: 03 7954 2639
Email: jayanoodlehouse@hotmail.com

Opening hours:
10am-10pm daily


Nikel Khor March 20, 2010 at 4:04 PM  

look vri nice..but din try before although me vri near it..

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Tummy Rumble March 20, 2010 at 4:11 PM  

@Nikel Khor: you should go try it one day :)

J,  March 21, 2010 at 3:26 AM  

I came here once. a long time ago. Not bad food

Tummy Rumble March 21, 2010 at 4:54 PM  

@J: yea... it was not bad.. :)

thenomadGourmand March 21, 2010 at 5:39 PM  

Errr.. i like the smooth noodles type..

Tummy Rumble March 21, 2010 at 9:18 PM  
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Tummy Rumble March 21, 2010 at 9:18 PM  

@thenomadGourmand: smooth noodles? you meant flat?

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