TLDR , Zok noodle serves pretty standard above par noodels - the prawn wanton is the highlight signature of the shop. We skipped dimsum as RM6 & above per serving is pretty steep price. In all honesty, the food here is pretty much over-hyped by reviewers/blogger.
Char siew and shrimp wantan noodles RM 9.50 The noodles were totally unexpectedly good. Crunchy texture, slightly oily, it goes into my book of good wantan mee 👍Char siew was a slight letdown as it lacked the fat to make it juicy, no caramelization on the skin. The shrimp wantan is worth mentioning as these were huge with one whole not-small shrimp in it.
I ordered the Fresh Prawn Wonton Noodles as that was the reason why I was there. Mum also had the same. SIL had Vietnamese Pork Chop Noodles while Niece had the Double Roasted Meat Noodles. In addition, we also ordered a serving of Dumpling Soup to share. As expected the wontons were superbly delicious. It's the right size. The meat & prawn inside the wonton were fresh and remained its crunch!. It's totally delicious. Will definitely go back for more again!!....
Fuzhou Fish Balls, Squid Balls & Pork Balls @ RM 8.90 This dish was a combination of 2 Fuzhou Fish Balls, 2 Squid Balls and 2 Pork Balls and it was priced at RM 8.90 per bowl. Each and everyone of those were heavenly. Each was distinct taste wise and clearly had it's own signature. Another one that I would recommend here and my rating for this shall be 9/10.
The dry version was good too but somehow I still prefer the soupy version to keep the noodles moisten and warm till the very last bite. In other words, the roast meat managed to shine in this dish. Char Siew was well charred and bears a shiny caramelized coat while the Siew Yuk has crackling skin. The slight drawback was it was nearly total lean meat. A small layer of melt-in-your-mouth fat somewhere in between, would have scored perfect marks in my books. Since this is a throwback post, the receipt was indeed THROWN and this plate was around RM9 if I remembered correctly. Portion is quite substantial and its recommended for sharing if you would like to keep some space for their dim sum.
Liking the roasted meat, and price. Must try the roasted duck next. Saw one table ordered a whole roasted duck to share. We will be coming back here again, and earlier! =) no more queuing please... Located right across the road from RT pastry house in Bandar Puchong Jaya.
Zok Noodle House serve both local and Hong Kong style wonton noodles. Nothing very special but still delicious. A large variety of noodles can get here. I have the Crispy Duck Dried Noodle ADD ON Char Siew. The duck have a crispy skin and soft and juicy meat white the char siew (bbq pork) is not fat. Really nice when bite on it. The noodle don't have the alkaline taste and springy. It is well-cooked with the flavourful black sauce.