I had lunch at this restaurant today. WUDI is new, just under two months old and is located within the row of shops opposite REXKL.
** WUDI Noodles is not to be confused with Wu Di Cafe. One is located along Jalan Sultan and the other along Jalan Galloway, Bukit Bintang.
Parking: As you most probably know, parking by the roadside here is not a good idea, a gamble. You are highly likely to ‘kena saman’ by the traffic police.
I parked where I usually do when I pay this area a visit – at the basement carpark of 5 Elements Hotel, located a few doors away. It cost me RM 4, per hour.
This noodle eatery has a surprisingly modern feel to it. For some reason, I had the impression that it had a more traditional feel but nope, it had a white, modern interior.
Smoked Duck Curry Noodle, RM 18.50 + XO Sauce Stir Fried Turnip Cake, RM 8.90
I initially wanted to try their Pork Tomahawk Curry Noodle but that was temporarily unavailable. So, I went for the next best thing, the same dish except with duck meat.
The smoked duck meat here was delicious. The dish came with 6,7 pieces of thick, succulent smokey duck meat. I enjoyed eating it on its own.
Besides the duck meat, the dish also came with brinjal, long beans, cockles and tauhu. For the noodles, there were 4 options : rice noodles, organic rice noodles, ramen and kuey teow. I opted for rice noodles thinking that I’d be getting something similar to mee hoon but nope, it was a sleeker, thicker version. I am not a big fan of this kind of noodles and would most probably opt for ramen next time. The dish overall was yummy. I liked the curry broth too, which to me resembled curry laksa. My favorite.
The turnip cake was ordered as a starter and it was tasty. It included small cubes of fried turnip cake with fried eggs and taugeh. I enjoyed it.
Address: No. 103, Jalan Sultan, City Centre, KL.
Opening hours: Everyday. 10 am – 5 pm.
Contact Num.: 016 – 225 6630
Online order link: https://feedme.cc/625f982d894bb0001bc5d236?c=1
Signing out now, Ciao.