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Wan Tan Mee
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so,at this humble food stall, selling a quite tender and authentic wantan mee, despite it is actually prepared by the foreigner. The boss is a Chinese.First they serve us the wantan in soup.Their minced pork fillings is slightly bigger than the usual. Or maybe it is just Kampar that serve small wantan?  Flying wantan mee cost atSmall- RM 6.00Medium- RM 6.50Large-Rm 7.00After awhile, our main focus arrived. First, visual wise, not bad. SUrprisingly it taste really good. The charcoal-burnt char siew is tender, oily and succulent. And it is the oily couple the meat and the charcoal make the char siew so luscious. The noodle is springy accompanied with a taste of 猪油lard, delightful flavourful. and Immediately tickle your taste bud. the smooth boiled chicken is delicious after the added of their secret soy sauce though. However, small portion like this cost Rm 4.50The tossing act. However,frankly it doesnt matter whether it is tossing or not. In fact the act tossing at the roadside irritate me in a bit. I really want to ask the boss the reason of tossing. Is it making it more springy? Because, my food buddy thought the noodle is self-made one, it is a little different. NOt sure, is it because of the tossing act. Well, for me, I don't taste any difference. After the hawkers blanched and tossed the noodle, the noodle was mix with this 3 sauce. Shallot oil, Lard , and secret soy sauce, which is thicker and sweet. How they prepare for it. I saw pickle chillies on every table, however, me and my food buddy do not used to seasoning food with pickle chillies or chillies. If there is anything I would like to complain, then it would be the environment. We are literally eating in the middle of road where car passing around, dust flying.  I guess their business would be better when they move into a shop, with a more hygience environment. If h continue reading
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Level1 2014-04-16
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Went to visit this place because usually there would be many people eating in this stall and due to the recommendation from openrice. Besides the noodle is OK and seeing them tossing the noodle high, other than that there's nothing fancy at all towards this place. The pork was so lean and the portion is SOOOO little, enviroment is totally out , the service was quite bad and worst of all the pricing is definitely not worth the money to eat there (the pricing is able to eat in a proper shop with ceiling fan and bigger portion of meat). Me and my parents were so dissapointed after the meal and it will be totally out of the picture to re-visit in the future. continue reading
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Level4 2013-02-21
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The so called 'Flying Wantan Mee' is located on the same road as myBurgerLab. Why the name? Well, the chef throws your noodles high up in the air and catches it back without fail.Tables are located along the dimly lit road and it can get pretty close to the passing cars. Also, the road is on a slope so be careful with your soups!We came here of course, for the wantan mee which is not incredible but better than average. The mee didn't have that awful taste many have and the char siew wasn't too tough although very fatty. Included two sad leaves. Mee comes with a small bowl of dumplings in soup which were soft and juicy.After tasting the 'sample' fried dumpling provided, we ordered an extra plate! It's quite tasty & crunchy although slightly too salty. continue reading
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Level4 2012-08-25
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The stall is located at a quiet road beside the Seapark market and it only opens at night. The tables are arranged along the road side, slight steep slope and dim lightings. I find the environment slightly less conducive to dine in. Nevertheless, I come to see its signature technique: the flying wantee mee! The chef toasts the wantee mee really high up after being dipped in the boiling water. Every time he toasts it, I "wow", he catches it. A scene not to be missed. Wantan mee (big) with wantan (dumplings) in soup, char siew (caramelized pork) and siew yuk (roast pork). The roast pork were cut into small pieces. It was well-balanced between fats and lean meat. The roasted skin was crispy at first, but it became chewy later on. It was slightly salty. The char siew edges were slight caramelized. The fats of the char siew has melt-in-the-mouth texture, it was sweet and succulent.The wantan mee came with a little vegetables. The mee was thin and springy. All the mee were well-coated with the soy sauce, which was sweet. The mee has no alkaline taste, which I always prefer. The dumplings were small, it was filled with minced meat. The meat was slightly pepperish and tender. The dumpling skin was soft.This is a humble little stall that could fix my wantan mee cravings at night. continue reading
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Level4 2012-07-27
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The stall is located nearby Nasi Lemak Bumbung in Seapark and is situated right in the middle of the dark road. The seller would often throw the noodle high up in the air while preparing the wantan noodle before serving to customer. It is quite expensive judging that it is a road stall dish but it taste quite good in return. The noodle is well cooked without being soggy and is rather thin in texture. There are few chop of BBQ pork which was simply sliced in my opinion and few wantan in the soup. The taste of the soup is flavourful and had manage to add saltiness to the plain noodle. continue reading
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