Pun Chun Chicken Biscuit and Restaurant

About two weeks ago, I went to Felda Residence Hot Spring and Spa with my peeps. We finished early and took off to Bidor,Perak for the famous duck thigh noodles, Pun Chun Chicken Biscuit and Restaurant.

We traveled north west to find Pun Chun Chicken Biscuits and Restaurant! It took us about half and hour to reach to the destination.

Many knew this place for the chicken biscuit and other more snacks such as different flavors of similar biscuits, peanut biscuits, fish snack, dried cuttlefish and many more.

The view of cashier. You can see some fish cracker hanging and more biscuits by the counter.

Dish #1: Duck Thigh Noodle

Here is the famous duck thigh noodles. What so special? The duck thigh has been cooked in a herbal soup which is very nutritious and healthy. I found herbs like dried goji berry and dong quai root in the soup. This is my second time visiting this restaurant, I remembered that it was pretty good. I had the noodles in soup previously and this time I had it in dry. Basically the dry version of this doesn’t taste as good as the soup ones. The taste of herb from the soup is pretty intense and you can tell the herb taste is very rich. I love herbal soup so this doesn’t really bother me.

Price: MYR 7.00

Dish #2: Duck Rice with Barbecue Pork

One of my peep ordered this succulent looking dish. The price is pretty reasonable for the portion given but my peep said it was just alright, nothing too special.

Price: MYR5.00

Dish #3: Deep Fried Yam Ball

There is also a stall of selling yam ball like hot cakes! I don’t remember seeing it at night previously but probably that’s because I arrived at night at that time. The yam ball tasted at average but they are really generous for its filling. You can only get puny filling for the ones in Kuala Lumpur.

Price: MYR1.20 (I think?)

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It’s located in Bidor, Perak. You may also check their blog at Pun Chun Noodle House.

After all, we did finished out meal. The portion may not be a little small for the boys but that way they get to try more food. I recommend this place for the duck thigh noodle (choose the ones in soup!) and go grab the authentic Chinese biscuits. Apparently, I just found out that they have another outlet in Shah Alam!

Traclyn Yeoh
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