Jalan Perak : Ang Hoay Lor stewed pork leg noodles

We go to Ang Hoay Lor quite often for our meals because the Hokkien dishes are good. I have blogged about their new branch which is open only from 12 noon to 6 pm (close on Wednesday). Do avoid the lunch crowd because waiting time is horrendous as they only have one or two cooks only.

pork leg noodles

We went to have lunch at 2.30 pm and it was a breeze because lunch time is over. I didn’t know that Ang Hoay Lor serves stew pork leg noodles until now. Or maybe it is a new dish? Anyway, the pork leg noodle is really nice. The pork leg does not smell of the canned pork legs. I guess they must have drained off the gravy from the canned pork leg and put only the meat into the regular orh mee or oyster noodle.

I think the plate costs around RM20 which is enough for three person. The noodle is packed with lots of large prawns, oysters, fish fillets and vegetables.

fried rice

My children all time favourite is the fried rice. It is rather oily but it is darn good.

oysters omellete

They oysters omelette which is loaded with more oysters than anywhere else. If the chilli sauce is a bit nicer, it would be better but I dislike the fakey looking chili sauce they give.

I have an earlier post giving the direction to this branch of Ang Hoay Lor.

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8 thoughts on “Jalan Perak : Ang Hoay Lor stewed pork leg noodles

    sweet jasmine

    (April 29, 2008 - 9:38 pm)

    Oh, …this Ang Hoay Lor is so near my place…would like to try out the pork leg noodles……the oysters omelette looks so good too……

    lilian

    (April 29, 2008 - 9:43 pm)

    sweet jasmine – Ya, the pork leg added to the oyster mee is good lah. Very sinful lah but eat a few mouthful, also happy liao.

    […] I can stare at this plate of pork leg and oyster noodles forever. Imagine the melting fats plus skin of the pork legs and the creamy texture of the oysters. What about those large prawns there? Meanwhile, the noodle is so tasty with the special gravy made by this Ang Hoay Lor branch of Hokkien food restaurant. […]

    susan

    (May 1, 2008 - 5:19 pm)

    hey lilian, your photography skills have really improved since… 2005? 🙂

    You take such amazing photos… very professional!

    rachaellim

    (May 3, 2008 - 1:28 am)

    hmmm. the pork leg mee looks tempting.
    definitely will try when i get back!

    Nicholas

    (May 14, 2008 - 7:09 pm)

    This place very hot lo and last time I go, waited for almost an hour.

    Andy

    (June 15, 2008 - 2:53 am)

    This new place really serve good foods. my 2 sons like the most is the finger licking prawn fitters, you all should have a try.

    Sky

    (June 19, 2008 - 1:57 pm)

    Yeah, I also love their foods. Their Bak Kee Th’ng, Oh Mee, Oh Chien… Yummm…..
    Their food is much more healthy and delicious. I think their exact location is at: 13 JALAN PERAK, (next to STATE CHINESE (PENANG) ASSOCIATION & near France Taipei Bridal Shop). Incase u need their tel.Tel:0165552306. Last time they are from Rangoon Road. U really must try.

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