bookmark_borderSunday Morning Breakfast

Catching me having breakfast at 7.15am on Sunday morning is like waiting for solar eclipse to happen. Like any other “pigs” out there, I would rather be in dreamland than munching something at that time. It’s rather impossible to drag myself up so early just to have breakfast. If I’m awake at that hour means that I have something to do or a plan to complete (a.k.a. breakfast with friends).

Restoran Weng Hing

And indeed, I had a plan last Sunday as I had to pick up my uncle from KLIA at 6am. It was rather insane to wake up by 5am on Sunday morning!! What’s more insane is that I only had 2 bloody hours of sleep. A quick “splash and dash” (a.k.a. fast bath) and off me went to KLIA.


Now, let’s fast forward to the point when my uncle was back home and it was 6.45am. The sky was still dark and I was at home, sitting, surfing the net and pondering at the same time. Should I continue my freakish nightmare/sleep or should I head to Jalan Imbi for a awesome bowl of Pork Ball Noodles? It was a really tough decision to make if you ask me. Sleep over food? Food over sleep? Rest over satisfaction or vice versa?

Pork Ball Noodles

“Screw sleep” so I said as food was the final decision. Afterall, I was a lil hungry too. So, I grabbed my camera and off me went to Jalan Imbi to fullfill my satisfaction.

Working man

Pork Meatballs

There were a handful of customers at that time as it was still early.  In the shop, I could smell the baking of the eggtarts (to be blogged soon). Lovely smell. I didn’t bother to grab a place to sit as when I arrived. There were plenty of empty sits at that time. C’mon, it was 7.20am on Sunday morning. What do you expect? I went straight to the stall and ordered my awesome-ness.

Minced Pork

Ice Tea

Unfortunately, they heard wrongly and gave me a small portion instead of big one. Sigh. To complement with it, I ordered “Teh Ping”. A couple of shots and off me begun my quest to my satisfaction. No description on how it tastes like because you really really have to try it.


Note : Having said about the insanity of waking up early on Sunday morning and all, I love driving in the morning especially at 5~6am because of the calmness on the road. The air is chilly, the streets are quiet. Streetlights are well lit and the roads are clear of traffics. It is nice to drive in such atmosphere in KL especially when you could speed at 160km/h cruise all the way to your point of destination.

bookmark_borderPork Ball Noodles At Jalan Imbi, KL

IF you are so happened to in/along Jalan Imbi, Kuala Lumpur, do drop by at a coffeeshop named Weng Hing. This corner coffeeshop is situated along Sakura restaurant and directly opposite of Kiosk shop. In there, there’s a stall that serve one of the best (probably the best) pork ball noodles in KL.

Pork Ball Noodles

Pork Balls

It is all about their pork balls as well as their minced pork. I can’t describe it thoroughly as you have to taste it for yourself. I’ve heard that they make their own pork balls daily (or maybe not) but that only words through mouth and so, I couldn’t guarantee about it. Do beware that the shop is packed with human beings on the weekends as well as in the morning rush hour. So, the best time to pay them a visit is at around 10am weekdays or 7.30am weekends. That’s the time when human beings are either busy working or busy sleeping.

And also, do note that the coffeeshop is kinda stuffy and warm. There are limited seats (around 10 tables) and the surrounding is not that shiny clean, if you know what I mean. A small serving will cost you RM5 (I think) and the big serving will settle at RM6 or RM7. In the same coffeeshop, there are typical Malaysian foods besides this Pork Ball Noodles. For e.g., wantan noodles, fishball noodles, char kuey teow, chicken rice etc. There is also a stall selling Seremban Siew Pau. Usually, I buy their mini egg tarts which is their hot selling item.

And yes, I couldn’t comment on other foods as I will go for the pork ball noodles only whenever I am there, that’s if I get the chance to be there.

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