Love for Noodlessss V2.0

Love for Noodlessss V2.0

It’s been ages seen I last blogged my post, finally I am back!! I have so much food insights to share with you guys!!

Remember my first blog on noodles? I thought of creating another post instead of updating the first post coz then you will know which one is a newer version. Anyway, here comes the good food are you ready????

1) Home Noodle, Paradigm Mall

This is one of the good place to get your noodle craving settled, is called the Home Noodle. The first taste of every bowl of their noodles is like “wow, they must have cooked the soup for hours!”. Awesome slurps!! There are several types of soup base, superior soup, salted-vege soup, tom yam soup, tomato soup, pickled chili pepper soup, and hot pot soup.

I am not ready to torture myself with spiciness, so I go for superior soup and salted vege soup base, oh my good.

Then, choose  three other sides as you like, and walah! Yummy bowl of noodle soup is right in front of you.

Each bowl of noodle will cost around RM12 to RM20 depends on what and how many sides you choose. It is definitely worth the money and you should try it if you have not been there. Highly recommended. It’s locate at the highest floor opposite DAISO right in front of the escalator.

HOME NOODLE (Paradigm Mall)

Address : Lot 2F-22 Paradigm Mall, No.1, Jalan SS7/26A, Kelana Jaya, 47301 Petaling Jaya, Malaysia

Satisfaction level : ♦♦♦♦

2) Hong Kong Boy Cartnoodle (车仔面), Pavilion KL


Another interesting place to try this satisfying noodle place is this 车仔面 pronounced as Cheh-Zai-Meen , cart noodle : a Hong Kong delicacy. How to enjoy Hong Kong CZM ? First, you need to choose your soup base, then the type of noodles, and finally the sides that can range from fish balls, pork balls to fried wan tan (dumplings).

The varieties and combinations of having the noodles is unlimited, the above are solely for illustration purposes..haha.. but rest assure they are all so gooood. If the bowl of noodle is not enough, you should try their chee cheong fun with peanut sauce, another awe-gas-some delicacy…hahaha..

They have a few branches and this one I had is in Pavilion, Bukit Bintang.

Each bowl of these noodles cost less than RM16 depends on the number of sides you choose and definitely worth a try. Try avoid peak hours (during weekdays lunch), you might end up waiting for more than 30 minutes to get a seat.


Address : Lot.1.28.00 & P1.22.00, Level 1 Pavilion KL, 55100 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Satisfaction level : ♦♦♦♦

3) XO Fish Head Noodles, Goon Wah Restaurant

As I was scrolling my Instagram one day, I saw a story with a bunch of people stir-frying this yummy delicious clay-pot Lou Shu Fun (rice noodle) and it made me drooled. Immediately, I search for the restaurant location and found this branch at Jalan Kuchai Lama and they have a few other branches in Genting Skyavenue and Damansara Jaya. I was so excited to try their Claypot Lou Shu Fun that me and my friend reach the restaurant for breakfast.

As we arrived at the restaurant, we found their other specialties too like their XO Fish head noodles and Chicken wings. Without a doubt, of course we ordered them all!! Just for the two of us, we had what you gonna see down below.

Claypot Lou Shu Fen

XO Fish Head Noodles

Yummy Chicken Wings

This was my first time trying Goon Wah Restaurant and I am definitely going to come back for more!! Taste is awesome and the claypot aroma is simply irresistible. Head over and give it a try, highly recommended!


Address : G13, Jalan 3/115c, Taman Kuchai Jaya, 58200 Kuala Lumpur.

Satisfaction level : ♦♦♦♦

Oh..for these meal, it costs two of us about RM45 but this can easily feed three adults. Hahaha..we are big eaters XD

That’s all for now, make sure to check more of my other posts here !! Also, check out my first post on Love for Noodles for other noodles places!!


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