Chinese Drunken Clam Noodle Soup Fried Mee Hoon Jalan Sultan Petaling street Spicy Clam Fried Vermicelli Noodles

Wu Li Tou Drunken Clam Noodles at Jalan Sultan, Petaling Street, KL – Yum!!

We stumbled upon this establishment by chance, while originally intending to dine at REXKL. Situated opposite a row of shops, this Chinese restaurant caught our eyes because it was new. It certainly was not here the last time we were in the area. Additionally, a quiet setting was desired, which this eatery provided during the time of our visit. The restaurant arrangement is such that the noodle shop occupies the front section, while the rear half is designated for an apparel store. One might describe it as a dual-concept establishment.


Spicy Clam Fried Vermicelli Noodle, RM 18

This dish had lots of clams. Lots. If only the noodle to clam ratio was equal. There was lots of clams but little noodle, which sucked because it sure was delicious. It was spicy with hints of sweetness. From the first mouth in, I could not stop, it was simply delicious. I ended up finishing the noodles faster than I’d like and had no choice then but to start on the clams. I wish they would add more noodles, pleaseeeee!

Drunken Clam Noodle, RM 16

This was one of their crowd favorites and it sure was ‘powerrrπŸ’ͺ’. My nose started running a few mouths in. It was not spicy but the combination of rice wine, ginger and etc. had some rather healing, medicinal qualities, I suppose. The dish also included noodles, egg, clams, chicken strips and long beans. If you are not a fan of rice wine, best give this dish a miss because it is one of the main flavors you’d taste. If you are a fan though, go for it. I enjoyed it.

Address: 105, Jalan Sultan, City Centre, Kuala Lumpur.

Opening hours: Tuesdays to Sundays, 9 am – 8.30 pm

Signing out now, Ciao.


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