It has always been a question as to who invented noodles, Italian or Chinese ? A topic both noodle enthusiasts, or rather the history buffs have shown eager interests. Scientists have their theories backed with discoveries to mark the earliest record of the existence of noodle. Studies from historians and archaeologist have their reasoning but it doesn’t matter where or who then, it is now inevitability one of the main staples of every culture and ethnic. Thin, thick, flat or fine, we all have our preferences when it comes to noodles.
Noodle isn’t my utmost choice of staple but I did stumble this handmade noodle at one of the kopitiam recently, and I love the Al Dante!!!!Served springy and with fried wanton topping the noodle, there’s a lot of texture going on in a plate of food. Take note the crispy wanton skin is way thicker than conventional fried wanton everywhere else.
I won’t be able to tag them on social media but it’s one of the stall inside this kopitiam called Choong Kok Hong at Desa Sri Hartamas. Expect to walk into the basic shop lot with no interior design and bear with the heat especially during lunch hour. The place is perpetually crowded. It baffles me why this place gets the crowd with only a few variant stalls, most of the option don’t seem to be anything out of the ordinary. Prices are not on the steep but it is your typical Hartamas pricing.
The char siew and roasted meat was from the chicken rice stall next to this noodle stall. They are decent if not fantastic. Won’t go wrong thou, they have been consistently good. So if meat is a must in every meal than this could be a bonus for the “carnivores” .
Kopitiam Choong Kok Hong is located at:
6, Jalan 30/70a, Desa Sri Hartamas,
50480 Kuala Lumpur.