As you can tell from my other posts, I am a sucker for pork noodles. For this post, I will be sharing a Thai version of pork noodles – Creamy Tom Yum Pork Noodles found at a stall that sells authentic Thai street food called Seed of Siam, at Kong Yam Kong Sek food court, located on the ground floor of Centrepoint, Bandar Utama.
Right after a short meeting at Centrepoint, I went to Kong Yam Kong Sek food court to have lunch. As I walked in, the facade of Seed of Siam’s stall caught my attention. Perhaps it was the various food pictures decorated around the stall, with the neon Open signage that drew my attention.
They have quite a range of Thai street food to offer, so I was a little indecisive when looking through their menu on the wall. Luckily, the lady behind the counter was very friendly and suggested that I give their Creamy Tom Yum Noodles a try. You can choose either chicken (RM10.90) or pork (RM11.90). I opted for the pork version since most Thai eateries in Malaysia are halal.
Introducing Seed of Siam’s Creamy Tom Yum Pork Noodles.
What I like about this dish:
- The Tom Yum soup is incredible. No wonder it’s one of Seed of Siam’s best seller. It is mild spicy and well balanced by it’s citrusy, zesty flavour. If you like your tom yum to tilt towards the sourish end vs it’s spicy counterpart, then you will most likely fall in love with this tom yum soup.
- The noodles were soft, and the default order comes with half an egg.
- The pork meat serving was generous – well marinated lean and minced pork meats. Portion is perfect for each spoonful of tasty tom yum soup, noodles, meat and sides.
Overall, a delicious bowl of Tom Yum Pork Noodles, found here in Klang Valley. It’s priced beyond my frugal RM10 lunch budget, but I can say that the additional RM1.90 was worth it.
Centre Point Bandar Utama, Bandar Utama, 47400 Petaling Jaya, Selangor
Or you can search Centrepoint Bandar Utama in Waze. Seed of Siam is a stall located in Centrepoint’s Kong Yam Kong Sek food court.