Food Trip #1: Pun Chun Chicken Biscuit & Restaurant @ Bidor

Last week, I embarked on a food trip from Kuala Lumpur to Lumut, stopping by at numerous eating spots along the journey. Armed with my trusted iPhone which serves as a GPS, I had earlier bookmarked all places where I wanted to visit. It was a solo trip, a journey that I wanted to do for the longest time as I yearn for the taste of venturing to outskirt areas hunting for delicious food. It was also a personal photographic journey where I wanted to shoot under my preferred condition, pace and location. In other words, I wanted to shoot with my own rules rather than letting the situation dictates how I am going to photograph the food.

My first stop was at Pun Chun which is located at Bidor town. Famous for their ‘Ngap Pei Min’ (Duck Thigh Noodle), this restaurant has garnered a lot of positive reviews in the blogsphere. I have been there numerous times, including their branch at Kota Kemuning. While my last visit to their Kota Kemuning branch left me feeling rather disappointed, thankfully Pun Chun at Bidor still maintain its quality.

During my food trip, I decided to order their dry noodle (RM 5.40 – small) which looks like the usual wantan mee that we normally seen. But the similarity stops here. The noodle at Pun Chun was springy, presumably home made to retain its unique texture.

The Char Siew was nothing much to shout about, being the run of the mill type with a tinge of colouring on the outer layer.

The three pieces of wanton were a different story altogether. Size wise, the wanton were bigger than most other places with a good amount of minced pork and fresh shrimp fillings. Similar to the handmade noodle, the individual wanton was certainly spring and tasty.

But of course, the highlight was the noodle. Free from any ‘Kan Sui’ (alkaline water), the noodle deserves a thumbs up.

After having a hearty meal at Pun Chun, I am glad to say that the food quality is better than their Kota Kemuning. Although the price has increased over the years, it is still one of the better dry noodle I had so far.

If you are passing by the North South Highway around the vicinity of Bidor town, make sure you stop by this place for their famous hand made noodle.

The restaurant is easy to spot as it is located along Jalan Besar with a bright yellow frontage.

Pun Chun Chicken Biscuit & Restaurant
No. 38 & 40, Jalan Besar
35500 Bidor

Tel: 05-434 1554, 05-434 1562

Operating Hours: 5:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m. daily

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