I have read many blog posts about this duck noodle in Pun Chun restaurant in Bidor. Majority said it is nice. In fact, if I am not mistaken, they also have a branch in Shah Alam. So, with that amount of publicity given to this duck noodle, how can I not make a stop to check it out myself?
I like duck and wish more people will cook duck. The gamey meat is much firmer than chicken and hence, is perfect for double boiled soup like the above. The Bidor Pun Chun duck noodle comes either ‘kon lon’ (dry version) or soup version. The above is the soup version whereby they serve the wantan mee type of noodle in the bowl of double boiled duck with longan, kei chee, sok tay (the black coloured bark) and yok chok (another type of bark).
The soup is not bad but I find the duck rather dry even though it is already very tender. Give me Penang ark thui mee suah anytime! Penang ark thui mee suah has more donguai flavour while the Bidor Pun Chun one has a milder taste.
The so-so only wantan mee. We can find much tastier wantan mee in Penang. So pardon my snobbish taste buds. We Penang folks are spoilt with our delicious Penang foods, you see.
Eventhough there is nothing really outstanding with the taste of duck noodles, the coffeeshop is packed. People from outstation come in big groups. Beside selling noodles and economy rice, they also sell woo-kok and lots of other traditional Chinese biscuits like the chicken biscuits and other varieties.
You can get to the coffeeshop through the Bidor exit. Just go to the little pekan in Bidor which consist of only one road. You won’t miss it. (though we did overshot and need to make a U turn before we found the yellow building)