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Whenever anyone says there is somewhere that sells Wine Noodle Soup, it is definitely a GO for me. So here we are at The School Jaya One. If not for him,  I would not have discovered this incredible place with old Classical Chinese ambience. There were Chinese wine bootles near the wall which forms an artistic decoration. One can actually buy those wine to add more wine to the soup, which I regretted not doing because my soup had no wine taste at all and lost to my mother's red wine chicken soup
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Whenever anyone says there is somewhere that sells Wine Noodle Soup, it is definitely a GO for me. So here we are at The School Jaya One. If not for him,  I would not have discovered this incredible place with old Classical Chinese ambience. There were Chinese wine bootles near the wall which forms an artistic decoration. One can actually buy those wine to add more wine to the soup, which I regretted not doing because my soup had no wine taste at all and lost to my mother's red wine chicken soup mee sua. I wonder how my friend can finish every single drop of the soup! The sambal is super spicy that you would be crying out silently. 

I ordered the Frog Superior Soup (RM 13.50) with the rough white noodles something akin to what Penangnites eat with their Fish Head Bihun. There were 4 miserable pieces of frog only with a lot of bones. The soup is not too oily. 

My friend ordered the Sliced Pork Superior Soup (RM 10.90) where there were a few miserable pieces of sliced pork which turns out to be awesome, something like what we have in Korean restaurants. 

The Fried Fu Chuk (RM 5) was super crispy and a bit too unhealthy and oily for me so I only ate a few while my friend finished the rest. 

The Snow Pear Juice (RM 3.80) which was touted to be no. 1, turned out to be served in the bottle itself, something like what we see in malls, but of course I have never seen it in malls yet. 
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DETAILED RATING
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Date of Visit
2015-03-02
Waiting Time
10 Minutes (Dine In)
Spending Per Head
RM37
Recommended Dishes
Fried Fu Chuk
RM 5
Frog Superior Soup Noodles
RM 13.8
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