Hey! Thanks for dropping by, please be informed that has now moved to

See you there! Have A Nice Day!

Sunday, November 16, 2008

Perak Food -Herbal Duck Thigh Noodles @ Bidor, Perak

Bidor is a small town located between Ipoh and Kuala Lumpur, which is a district of Batang Padang,Perak, Malaysia.

The most famous food will be the herbal duck thigh noodles by one of the eatery naming Pun Chun Chicken Biscuit & Restaurant Sdn. Bhd. This restaurant has been operating for about 70 years and is located at the one and only main street of Bidor known as Jalan Besar.

Besides Herbal Duck Thigh Noodles, Pun Chun is also famous with their sweet snacks which is Sai Mat Kai & Kai Jai Peng (chicken Biscuit).

Pun Chun Chicken Biscuits @ Restaurant, Bidor

Herbal Duck Thigh Noodle @ RM 6.60

Duck thigh noodles are served in herbal soup topped with duck thigh which its’ is soft and tender and springy wan tan noodles in a big bowl.

A sip of the soup and you will know why this restaurant has become a favorite spot of the locals and tourist as well. The ingredient used includes dried longan, ginger, goji berry (gei ji) , yu zhu (sealroot). Plus the culinary skills in preparing the duck thigh herbal soup, I guess that is why the rich broth is aromatic, sweet and tasty.

Shujin's Duck Soup

The gon-lo/ dry version of noodles are served with Shujin’s Duck Soup which is the herbal soup is served with one duck thigh. Taste wise, the soup tasted the same as the Herbal Thigh Noodle. You may order the soup separately as well.

Pun Chun's famous snacks product

Now, I know why my sister highly recomended Pun Chun as each time when she goes back to her husband's hometown, she will mentioned it to me! The waiting time for food serve at Pun Chun is lengthy, even it is a normal old looking coffee shop (restaurant), it is all justified by their delicious food. If you happen to travel to the North, do stop by and have a delicious bowl of Herbal Duck Thigh Noodles!

By the way…. Pun Chun is also a blogger! Hahahahaha….

For further details, VISIT:

No comments: