Restoran Hua Xing @ Sungai Way, PJ

Sungai Way Tapioca Noodles

This restaurant that has been around for the longest time, is still a hot favourite with my family and the in-laws. Their Hokkien cuisine is famous and has never been short of endorsements from celebrities, both young and old alike.
Judging from the glossy, ads that adorn their walls, you can tell that Hua Xing has recently re-laminated their newspaper cuttings and wall photo-menu!

What is this place famous for?
The crispy eggplant with killer garlic chunks. The eggplant is coated with their special frying batter that is slightly sweet yet savory.
Only Hua Xing knows the secret recipe obviously.


Also famous is the Tapioca Noodles – non-halal due to the pork bits that comes with it.
The texture of the noodle is springy and chewy.. ‘elastic’ (for want of a better description, rubber-band like texture, but edible/digestible.. if you catch my drift.)
The wok-hei is excellent and the lard bits really give the noodles a fantastic aroma.


Another big favourite with our family is the bittergourd Hokkien Mee. The noodles this time was slightly over-cooked but in the past this has been another great fried noodle dish. The flavour of this bittergourd-dark-sauce-lard-noodle is a true classic!
We will never tire of eating here.

Restoran Hua Xing,
No. 1-12, 1st Floor,
Plaza Seri Setia,
Jalan SS9/2,
Seri Setia, Sungai Way,
Petaling Jaya

Tel: 603 7876 3288


  • Sean says:

    ooh when did u go ar? i was just here on sunday evening! my first time actually…

  • thule a.k.a leo says:

    aiya! I'd forgotten about this place tim… sigh!!! OK OK… put in reminder on my next trip to KL!!!

  • "Joe" who is constantly craving says:

    haha i knw where to get the brinjal else where, less oily too by the looks of this version

  • jason says:

    *scribbling the address

  • Gratitude says:

    OMGawd, you are a real good foodie chick! Peeps eyes alwiz roll whenever I order bitter gourd hokkein mee, as if it wuz an alien concocted dish.

    Yummy, will make my way there soon instead of the Kuchai Lama outlet.

  • Paranoid Android says:

    Ai yer! So oily one… But typically Hokkien lar. Take away the Bak Yiu (Lard) and they will curse you! Food looks great.

    Bring me there lar, I always get lost once i divert from the federal highway. I will take some Xenical first! But, don't give me kimchi after I take xenical OK?

  • J2Kfm says:

    bitte gourd hokkien mee?!! aiks, thats the first.
    though the brinjals look mighty tempting themselves.
    what else they're famous for?

  • Brother B says:

    sinful sinful sinful

  • Life for Beginners says:

    Oil, oil, oil everywhere that the eye can see… Oh but I believe the solution is a hot pot of Chinese tea? 😛

    Must bring the Devil here… After we pass our cholesterol check first lah. Lol.

  • foodbin says:

    did you try their alkaline cake with braised pork.?

  • CUMI & CIKI says:

    different day la;)

    pretty easy to find too.. but a bit scary at night if u ask me. dodgy

    yea, i also know.. but not SAME la.. slightly difft in taste and texture

    LOL, yea a must eat for sure;)

    oily meh? just as oily as any other fried hokkien mee stall i suppose.

    Xenical?! doesn't that FART the RUNS? haha..:P

  • CUMI & CIKI says:

    all the piggy, porky, hokkien styled cooking la

    brother B:
    ru back from bangkok?

    wah, u guys so rajin do cholesterol tests hor? cumi also very rajin. he's totally clog free man.haha

    yar – not this time though.

  • thenomadGourmand says:

    Ohh..Sean was jz telling me abt this place!
    Seems tht the food is cheap too?

  • 550ml jar of faith @minchow says:

    Tapioca noodles… the stuff dreams are made of! Sungai Way is still very foreign to me but I must, I must venture out here!

  • mimid3vils says:

    eggplant fried with batter…must tell my mom to cook like this coz her version is more oily… 😛

  • qwazymonkey says:

    u know i never know how to go to this place. will call u for directions

  • CUMI & CIKI says:

    pretty cheap!

    i myself would not go out there alone w/o a male companion.

    good idea!

    CAN! will bring mowgli.. the walking talking GPS. haha

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