There’s something for everyone in a bowl of soupy cart noodles- a unique Hong Kong offering. This traditional street-side snack gained its popularity in the 1950s when hawkers would roam the streets and sell food out of a cart assembled out of wood and metallic basins- and this is how it got its name.
In today’s article, we’re about to share with you the best Hong Kong Cart Noodles you can find in Klang Valley. Authentic flavours of Hong Kong brought to you by a True Hong Konger- HK Boy Cart Noodles!
HK Boy Cart Noodles: An Authentic Taste of Hong Kong
If you take time to explore Klang Valley’s nooks and crannies, you’ll be somehow delighted to discover that it’s home to some of the best noodle restaurants you can ever find, and now they’re all bolstered by the best warming bowls of soupy “cart noodles” by HK Boy Cart Noodles!
Don’t get me wrong, they don’t prepare their noodles in a cart by the street but in a proper restaurant. In fact, this namesake eatery is run by a Hongkonger who has been painstakingly crafting his business for more than a decade before he decided to set foot in Malaysia a few years back then. And their amazing recipe for their cart noodles will surely hit the right spot.
About the Space
Most cart noodle shops in Hong Kong are pretty run-down, but HK Boy Cart Noodles has a newly renovated retro interior, complete with order sheets as menus and posters designed to look like ones from the 60s. Just sit in and you’ll feel head-to-toe Hong Kongish.
Word of warning: this is likely to be one of the most intense eating experiences of your life. Your mouth will be on fire and your taste buds will be overwhelmed by the intensity of the spice too, for good measure. The thing is, you won’t be able to stop for love nor money. It’s addictive, so no matter what the consequences, you’ll be coming back for more.
Hong Kong Cart Noodles
This is very inviting in its own way and once inside you feel like your pores are benefiting as well as your stomach. Their soup base is made from a combination of pork bones and chicken, without any MSG added, and they’ve got an assortment of toppings and sauces which are likely to suit everyone’s likings. To gaze upon their sooting bowl of springing noodles and simmering broth is a panacea for life’s problems.
Chicken Chop Rice
Another must-order Cantonese classic. Where loaded fragrant rice load with tender chicken drenched in marinated sauce lashing with gravy, paired with tomato slices and green vege. Well, that’s a real chick magnet. Just order it and you’ve got yourself possibly one of the best meals.
HK Pork Noodles
A gastronomic delight consisting of wheat noodles and braised pork in a bowl of deliciously rich stock soup. The soup is all packed with ingredients so porky the smell hits you as soon as the bowl gets anywhere near. You just have to turn up and slurp. Pair with their milk tea, you simply can’t go wrong.
Snacks to Order
Snacking in Hong Kong is a diverse business, and here’s where you can have a taste of real Hong Kong snacks without flying all the way to Hong Kong. Their curry fish balls, HK fried large pork intestines, rice noodles rolls and egg waffle with cheese, all are knockouts. No matter what snack you’re having, they all go well with milk tea. Just graze your way through their menu and you’ll gain yourself a real local experience.
Pay HK Boy Cart Noodles a Visit Today
Hands down, HK Boy Cart Noodles has the best cart noodles in Klang Valley, proven by the constant queues outside their stores. With all the snacks as a plus point and their warming ambience, it’s definitely not the setting for a first date, but you’re getting the full Hong Kong experience here.
Address & Operating Hours:
SS2: 14 ( ground floor) Jalan SS2/67, 47300 Petaling Jaya, Selangor | 10am- 10.30pm (Free Parking Service Available: You can park at SS2 Durian Stall for FREE with HK Boy Cart Noodles Receipt)
Kepong: 79, Jalan Kepong, Kepong, 52100 Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur | 12pm- 3.30pm; 6pm- 10.30pm
Cheras: 6, Jalan Temenggung 25/9, Bandar Mahkota Cheras, 43200 Selangor | 12pm- 10.30pm
Puchong: 25-G, Jalan Puteri 1/6, Bandar Puteri, 47100 Puchong, Selangor | 12pm- 3.30pm; 6pm- 10.30pm
Klang: 65, Jalan Batu Nilam 5, Bandar Bukit Tinggi 1, 41200 Klang, Selangor | 12pm- 10.30pm
Pavillion: 168, Bukit Bintang Street, Bukit Bintang, 55100 Kuala Lumpur | 11.30am- 10.00pm