Wednesday, October 24, 2012

The Pork Noodle Post

Hey there, peeps!

So first post.
I am getting giddy just typing this. The start of anything is always the hardest....unless it involves stuffing my face with food. Just ask any writer or blogger. The hardest part of a story (or in this case, a blog) is getting started. So I am just going to diving right into it.

(You can skip this part if you're here for the food review)

Why Happy Days Ahead?
Because 'Iamloosebutterfly.blogspot' has already been taken. Just joking. I am starting this blog because quite simply, I miss writing for an audience and have been toying with this idea for a while now. This is not my first blog though. I had one or two in college but as you can imagine, the content is probably worthy of Stephenie Meyer's novels so let's move on.

I picked this name because it is going to be about everything (from places, clothes, beauty products to food and lifestyle) that makes a person, particularly me, happy. And why not share the happy? And no, I am not selling weed.

The url name is 'happydaysinc.blogspot' because 'happydaysahead' was taken. No, I am not joking. But I thought Inc had a nice touch. Like I am running a company that makes people (and myself) happy. Again, not selling weed here.

Anyway, I just thought I'll get this post out of the way by making it my first since it is one of favourite dishes and just had it recently.

The Obligatory Best Pork Noodle post.
Every other blogger in PJ and KL has probably blogged about it but that just goes to show how good this place is. Tucked away in a food court in Brickfields, Uncle Peter's Pork Noodles really does justice to pork. For only RM5, you get a mountain of meat types in your noodle along with a delicious egg, broken into and cooked with the soup as it is served to you piping hot. Crispy pork lard flavours the soup while a generous helping of pork liver, minced pork and sliced pork ensures that every bite is meaty-full bite. I am just salivating thinking about it now....


If I was on the death sentence, this will be my requested last meal.
Best time to have it is in the morning before 12noon as it gets crowded fast. (The Banana Leaf Rice is another crowd-puller but that's for a future post) Parking is also a bit of a challenge unless you're willing to part with RM4.25 per hour at the parking lot next to the food court. Better RM4.25 than RM50 saman I always say.

Pricing:

  • Small & without egg - RM4.50
  • Small & with egg - RM5.00
  • Big & without egg - RM5.50
  • Big & with egg - RM6.00


  • Address:
    Peter’s Pork Noodles,
    Mayflower Food Court,
    144A, Jalan Vivekananda,
    Off Jalan Brickfields,
    50470 KL.
    (right next to Legend’s Briyani House)

     Closed on alternate Mondays

    Have a Happy Day ahead!
     


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