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Best Noodle Bars in Kuala Lumpur

Top 10 Best Noodle Bars in Kuala Lumpur Malaysia

Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia is home to some of the best noodle bars in the world. Noodle-lovers will be spoilt for choice when it comes to deciding which shop to frequent. Whether you’re looking for a flavourful bowl of noodles for lunch or dinner, Kuala Lumpur has something for everyone. In this article, we will share our top 10 picks for the best noodle bars in Kuala Lumpur.

Best Noodle Bars in Kuala Lumpur

#1 – Face To Face Noodle House 面对面 (Pudu)


Face to Face Noodle House is more than meets the eye. It’s heritage and history of how it came to be goes back to about a century ago inspired by Jook Sing noodles made by their founder’s great grandfather.

In 1903, their founder’s great grandfather left China to Hong Kong and acquired the art of making Jook Sing noodles; one of the rarest forms of noodle making. It’s a technique whereby the noodles were made from mixing eggs, flour and other ingredients together by hand and then riding a bamboo log to knead the dough to produce chewy, springy noodles. Bringing that knowledge and expertise with him, he opened his own noodle shop and pioneered the well known and loved Kolok Mee when he decided to settle in Dalat Oya, Sarawak in Malaysia.

With the vision of bringing authentic and high quality Sarawak noodles to the masses, they believe in not only creating good food but having sincere “face to face” connections with customers. This was how the name of their business came to be.

As the business expands to accommodate a variety of customer’s tastes, they have diversified their menu to include various interpretations of the Kolok Mee and Pan Mee. Each dish is complemented with different types of hand made sauces, chilli and sambal. Thanks to the positive word-of-mouth from satisfied customers, they managed to expand to 30 outlets across 7 states in Malaysia and a presence in Taipei, Taiwan. With a culinary heritage of over 100 years, enhanced by a contemporary twist, you could say this is merely a taste of better things to come.

Menu Items:

  • Traditional Sarawak Noodles (Dry)
  • Dark Soy Sauce & Chili Sauce Sarawak Noodles
  • House Specialty Hot & Spicy Pan Mee (Dry)
  • Sichuan Piquant Pan Mee (Soup)
  • See more.

Location: No. 25, Jalan Kancil, Off Jalan Pudu, 55100 Kuala Lumpur

Contact: +60 3-9226 3248

Website: Website Link Here


#2 – GO Noodle House, Avenue K


Inspired by one of their family recipes, the co-founders then continued to research & enhance the technique further and even took up apprenticeships with street hawkers to master the finer art of cooking. Although it has its roots from a traditional Chinese recipe, they have refined the technique to appeal to discerning Malaysian palates and the GO marquee is now recognized as a Malaysian brand. They aspire to expand the GO experience all over to the ASIA Pacific region based on the key values: Premium Quality, Flavorful, Affordability.

GO Noodle House has lived up to its expectation as one of the best noodle restaurants to serve soup Mi Xian Noodles. One of the top most favourite choice of noodle bowl is their Signature Bursting Meatball Mi Xian. The burst in your mouth will blow your mind and pairing with delicious broth that comes from a tinge of the premium ShaoXing HuaDiao wine is quite essential in bringing out the distinctive taste, which only in GO Noodle House. While quality is never compromised, quantity is another factor that will leave you full, satisfied and most importantly with a smile.

Their traditional Chinese eating house concept – square wooden tables, straw wood chairs walls lined with bottles of rice wine, mu ren zhuang standing in one corner – is a signature look across all GO Noodle House branches. Expanded to over 30 outlets across Malaysia, and even three branches in Singapore and two branches in Australia

Menu Items:

  • Beef Combo Dried Pan Mee
  • Bursting Meatball Mi Xian
  • Hakka Sauce Pan Mee with Onsen Egg
  • Pork Tendon Ball Bee Hoon
  • See more

Location: L1-18, LEVEL 1, AVENUE K, 156 JALAN AMPANG, 50450 KUALA LUMPUR

Contact: +60 321811606

Website: Website Link Here


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#3 – Noodle Shack @ Avenue K


Founded with only a tiny shop of 300 ft2 on 10th April 2009, they have no clue on how far we could go and how big they should grow to survive in this competitive F&B industry. The only thing that bears in their mind and keeps us going is that there is a certain long-lost taste that they are committed to bringing out, the taste that was savored in their grandparents’ very own kitchen.

This brought upon the birth of Home Kitchen Sdn Bhd: Creator of Noodle Shack that serves Mian Fen Guo (Ban Mian).

At Noodle Shack, they pride themselves on offering HOMEY and HEALTHY alternatives to home-cooked food lovers who are also health-conscious. With No Added MSG, No Preservative, No Artificial Colouring, and served with Less Salt and Less Oil in their recipe, they prepare your dishes just the way they would have prepared them for their loved ones at home.

Menu Items:

  • Traditional Hand Torn Noodle
  • Spicy Sambal Shrimps & Soft Boiled Egg Flat Noodle
  • Hakka Salted Fish Flat Noodle
  • Assorted Mushroom Hand Torn Noodle Soup
  • See more

Location: UC-6 Avenue K, 156 Jalan Ampang, 50450 Kuala Lumpur

Contact: +60 3-2303 0284

Website: Website Link Here



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#4 – Ho Min San @ Pavilion


Dragon-i is the premier Shanghainese restaurant chain in Malaysia that serves some of the best and most authentic Shanghainese cuisine outside of China.

Menu Items:

  • La Mian With Minced Pork and Bean Sauce Set
  • Szechuan La Mian with Assorted Seafood in Hot and Sour Soup Set
  • Hong Kong-style Dry Noodle with Beef Brisket
  • Dry Noodle with Pork Neck Meat

Location: LOT 1 – K003A and K003B, 18 . 02 168, Jln Bukit Bintang, Bukit Bintang, 55100 Kuala Lumpur

Contact: +603 2110 6878

Website: Website Link Here


#5 – Mitsuyado Ramen


Tsukemen can be served with various combinations of noodles at different temperature and a variety of dipping soup. For example, the basic Tsukemen, which is known as hiyamori is one variety where the Ramen is served slightly chilled and compliments with warm soup. They leave the preference to their customers. Through their dedication to create the best in class Tsukemen, they continuously invent new recipe, to cater for the vast customers’ combination preferences, using different temperature in boiling and rinsing of the noodles.

As a result, Mitsuyado has become the pioneer in the arena of Tsukemen to offer noodles in 4 different temperatures. They named it as shimewake (literally means ‘rinsing separately’). Though the method of cooking is rather complex, but they have prepared 2 most popular choices, namely Hot and Cold, to cater for the Malaysian’s taste buds!

In Japan, there are more than 1038 types of wheats that can make noodles. They use only the most premium domestic wheat to make their delicious noodles. This homemade premium grade noodles are smooth and yet chewy with a hint of the wheat’s aroma.

Their noodles are produced under the strictest quality control in their store allowing them to present the best possible noodles to you. They are left to age and only boil when they are ready. They strongly recommend you try one or two plain noodles first (i.e. without any dippings), in order to distinguish their noodles with the others.

Menu Items:

  • Original Yuzu Tsukemen
  • Tantan Sesame Tsukemen
  • Natto & Quail Egg Tsukemen
  • Karashi Tsukemen
  • See more

Location: LG-201A&B, The Gardens Mall, Mid Valley City, Lingkaran Syed Putra, 59200 Kuala Lumpur.

Contact: +60 3 2201 9869

Website: Website Link Here


#6 – Prawn Noodle King @OUG

Introduction: Hokkien Mee to Penangites is Prawn Mee to others from everywhere else in Malaysia. Back in the day, immigrants from the China Province of Fu Jian introduced this amazing noodle served in hot prawn broth to Malaysia, mainly Penang. The most famous hawker stall that revolutionised Hokkien Mee in Penang was none other than Seang Lim Hokkien Mee, hailed as Prawn Mee King back in the 80s. People from around the World who travelled to Penang never left the island without first tasting Seang Lim’s famous Hokkien Mee. Seang Lim has been making headlines since 1981 and in February 2017, retired. In September 2017, they decided to open up a specialty restaurant in the heart of Taman OUG, Kuala Lumpur to honour the rich history and amazing Seang Lim Hokkien Mee using the same authentic recipe. Welcome to Prawn Noodle King.

Menu Items:

  • The Original
  • Pork Ribs
  • Roast Pork
  • Big Prawns

Location: 4, Jalan Hujan Rahmat 3, Taman Overseas Union, 58200 Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur

Contact: +603 79718117

Website: Website Link Here


#7 – SugarBun Borneo Asian Food


Established in 1979, they have grown from a humble ice cream parlour into an innovative Food and Beverage Franchise Restaurant Brand. With monumental presence in Sarawak (East Malaysia) (even in rural towns such as Mukah, Kapit and Saratok), they have moved into international markets successfully – Brunei Darussalam, Bangladesh, Australia and Indonesia.

In 1993, their original founder handed over the reins to a new shareholders, and at the time, we were only 12- restaurants strong. Four years later In 1997, their parent company “Borneo Oil” was listed on the Second Board of Kuala Lumpur Stock Exchange (KLSE), now known as Borneo Oil Berhad.

Menu Items:



2nd Floor Wisma SugarBun, Lot 180, Sect. 19, KTLD, Jalan Satok, 93400 Kuching, Sarawak,, East Malaysia.

Contact: +60 82-422 000

Website: Website Link Here


#8 – Boat Noodle – Berjaya Times Square


Boat Noodle serve authentic Thai noodles that are inspired by the history and culture of people making a humble living by selling food and goods on their boats at a floating market in Ayutthaya, Thailand.

People used the water as a means of transportation and labor. Small bowls of noodles were therefore a practical and secure way to indulge. Despite the small serving size, the noodles’ high quality was sufficient to keep them going.

In order to replicate the feel of the floating market, Boat Noodle has continued the tradition of using small bowls. Affordable and filling, customers are able to eat a variety of dishes at once, which created the trend of bowl stacking.

Menu Items:

  • Pathumthani
  • Khao Soi
  • Tom Kha Kai
  • Thai Crispy Spring Roll

Location: 03-104, 3rd Floor,Berjaya Times Square, 1 Jalan Imbi, 55100, Kuala Lumpur.

Contact: 010-2361647

Website: Website Link Here


#9 – Woo Pin 45 Kamunting

Introduction: Woo Pin’s signature fish head noodle served in a retro 1970s building, creating an atmosphere that provides their customers with a branded dining experience.

Menu Items:

  • Fried Fish Noodles
  • Fresh Fish Noodles
  • Fish Paste Noodles
  • Meat Ball Noodles

Location: 45, Jalan Kamunting, Chow Kit, 50300 Kuala Lumpur, Federal Territory of Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Contact: +6012-225 5365

Website: Website Link Here


#10 – Fun Kee Bamboo Noodle

Introduction: Established since 1969, they are one of the last few chinese restaurants that still continues the age-old art of bamboo pole noodle-making technique.

Menu Items:

  • Fun Kee Fried Rice
  • Cantonese Prawn Noodles
  • Ginger Duck Bamboo Noodles
  • Wanton

Location: 174-5 Jalan Sungai Besi, 57100, Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan, Malaysia

Contact: 01121003816

Website: Website Link Here


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