Pork Noodles @ Pomander, SS15 Subang Jaya

*Notice: They changed the name of this coffee shop to Ooi Noodle House. The pork noodle stall is still in operation.

My first entry after my hard disk incident. Luckily I still keep some of the latest photos in my camera, so I was able to share this delicious pork noodles in Subang Jaya with those who hasn’t heard of this place yet.


My housemate is a big fan of pork. He once worked in Subang area before and raved about this very good pork noodles which was situated near Carrefour. The stall then moved to its current location at SS15 but he doesn’t know where they shifted. Luck smiles on him when he accidentally discovered the stall’s new location on his GPS the other day!


He warned me beforehand that the owner cooks the noodle bowl-by-bowl and not in batches, or multiple pots so it would take up to 45 minutes for our orders to arrive. And true enough, we actually waited for almost 40 minutes for the noodles! A regular bowl of noodles of your choice with minced pork, intestines, pork liver, lean pork, vegetables and a sprinkle of deep fried lard crisps costs RM4.50 and large at RM5.50. The soup was sweet from the long hours from boiling of pork bones and meat, very flavourful. No evidence of MSG as we didn’t feel thirsty after the meal.


There are other stalls selling chee cheong fun (CCF), chicken rice and some pastries such as egg tarts here as well, so you can order something else to munch on while waiting for your noodles to arrive.

Pork noodles @ Restoran Pomander
No. 78, Jalan SS15/4B,
47500 Subang Jaya.

Read also entries from Masak-Masak, BlueePinkk, Lots of Cravings and LessThanTen.

24 thoughts on “Pork Noodles @ Pomander, SS15 Subang Jaya

  1. It is MSG-free and tastes as good as your pork-loving housemate says it is, then 40+ minutes isn’t too long to wait at all. An egg tart or two can do well to keep one’s hunger pangs at bay in the meantime, ja?

  2. hey, ipohmali, i like chu yok mee too.. with loe shu fun especially… u know hor lok coffeeshop or not ..opposite yum yum? the couple sells delicious chu yuk fun one…

  3. LFB,
    Not sufficient! Best to bring a copy of newspaper and read while waiting like we did. 😉

    Hello! Yes, I know Hor Lok. My ex-lecturer told me about that too. Will keep it in mind when I go back to Ipoh on my next trip. 🙂


    I think not. Been there twice and saw everyone had the soup version. I guess you can ask though.

  4. there’s another one in Manjalara Kepong. But I forget the name of the restaurants already. Waiting time?? Same la… the proprietor only cook one bowl at a time. But then… it’s so darn good 🙂
    Subang… highly congested area on weekdays! I think this restaurant is just opposite New Sea View right?

  5. Precious Pea,
    HAHAHAHA! So true!

    Eh, if you’re going to the one in Manjalara again, remember to take pictures!
    We went on weekend morning, so it was a pleasant drive. Er, the restaurant opposite it is called Hor Hor I think.

    You blogged about that noodles place before? Come, I bring you to try this when you’re back.

  6. aiyo, one of the scariest thing when it comes to pork noodles ah, is the restless wait for your bowl to be cooked.
    i cant stand lah ……. i’d rather stuff myself with some CCF instead.

  7. Chin,
    Guess that makes the good noodles.

    Haven’t send to diagnose yet. Have to wait till next month. Still can’t detect it… guess it’s really died.

  8. Will never ever go to this place again.
    We were told to wait an hour because many customer.
    Nevertheless we agree since we were not hungry.
    However after an hour wait we realise they were serving to ppl that came later then us. When we ask the serving lady and the owner.
    They reply us very rudely you either wait or u can go.
    We were so angry that we leave.. what kind of service is this.. the food is not free and there are plenty of nicer pork noodle that I eaten before..
    Bad service..

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