Fat Yoong Restaurant @ Fortune Avenue, Kepong

I believe many of you have your favourite place for wonton noodles. Yes, I have mine too and there are several of them and recently I’ve found my new love! (One of my favourite wonton noodles place – HERE)


Fat Yoong Restaurant nestled in Fortune Avenue, Kepong is a no frills restaurant that offers wonton noodles, curry noodles and rice paired with assorted barbecued meat such as Char Siu, Siew Yoke, pork ribs as well as roasted duck and roasted chicken.


Honey Aloe Vera (RM3.00) & Iced Tea (RM2.50)


Wonton Noodles (RM6.00 – Small & RM6.50 – Medium)

Tossed in an aromatic mix of lardy sauce, the thin egg noodle was nicely cooked to a springy bite, firm with a “crisp” texture. The flavors of the sauce was spot on, it had a perfect mix of sweet and savory flavor and the pork lard oil simply the magical boozy for that extra fragrance. The wonton was just alright.

The char siew was screaming for attention too. We were given generous portion of thick cut half lean half fat part of Char Siu and it was tender and well flavoured. The barbecued meat was shielded by caramelized outer layer with hint of sweetness and charred taste. However some parts were a bit burnt, but still, a good Char Siu in my book. Can you see the crispy fried pork lard, give me more please~~



Curry Noodles (RM6.00)

The curry noodles came laden bountifully with ingredients such as wonton, fried wonton, Char Siu, bean curd puff and shredded chicken (we omit the cockles). The broth was thick, creamy just the right amount of coconut milk and spice to add a distinct richness to the broth. The spiciness was average, not too spicy but enough to boost up the overall flavor.

Verdict: Good food with good portion and wallet friendly pricing, definitely a worthy addition to my favourite wonton mee list. 


Fat Yoong Restaurant 肥仔炭烧叉烧云吞面

Block C-G-5, Fortune Avenue, Jalan Metro Perdana 2
Taman Usahawan, 52100 Kepong, Kuala Lumpur.

Tel: +6016-949 3668 / +6016-301 6945

Operating Hours: 6am till finish, closed on 1st and 15th day of the lunar calendar




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