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Char Siew Wan Tan Mee Pan Mee Roasted Pork
Review (4)
Level4 2013-12-24
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The wantan mee here is apparently quite popular/famous, though I didn't purposely come to this area for the wantan mee. I was looking for something else, but the stall was closed. Anyway, it's pretty decent, not over the top. The good part was the noodles which were springy and the sauce was wet and salty. The char siew is just alright, basically just sweet glazed pork slices. Wantan was fairly sized and tasted juicy. continue reading
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Level4 2012-06-07
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Is lunch time and is time for food again. This time, me and dear went to Wah Cheong at Seksyen 17 for a meal. The place which served a various of hawker's food. My favorite there is always been the pork balls and this time, dear took the chance of try of the Fish Head Bihun. The fish head bihun is below my expectation. The fried fish is not as nice as I expected where the freshness and crispiness is not really in parOverall is still acceptable.Taste: 3/5Price: RM 3.50Address: Kedai Kopi Wah CheongJalan SS17/29, Petaling Jaya, Selangor continue reading
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Level4 2012-06-06
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This coffeeshop is famous for workers around the SS13 and many more. This shop served many types of local food which is kinda delicious. There is wan tan mee, chicken rice, pan mee and more.As for this time, I had the Pork Meat Loh Shu Fan.. em.. wat can I say is the taste is very nice.. and after having the first bowl.. I cant resist to say I will come again. The texture of the pork ball is nice..and is not like other pork ball which is very rough. The way of his cooking is very nice.. just the portion is a bit small.The taste wise is very nice as I like the soup which have nice smell of pepper continue reading
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If you're a regular at Section 17's wet market area, you will definitely know this place. It's easy to find and a regular spot for folks to dine at this place; that explains the crowd and sharing of tables.To be honest, I think this place doesn't need much introduction because the food speaks for itself. I would order one of these 3 when I'm there. Char Siew Wan Tan Mee, Wan Tan Mee with braised chicken feet and mushroom(Dong Gu Gai Giok) or the Curry Mee; all from the same stall.Another favourite spot for my char siew my wan tan mee fix. The egg noodles here are really springy and fragrant. The black sauce also helps with the sweet taste and I feel that they are just that perfect combo for a delicious plate of wan tan mee; or at least how it should be. The char siew here is not really spectacular but definitely way better than Koon Kee's Wan Tan Mee.The braised chicken feet was really fragrant and savory.. Skin with some crispy texture that peels off easily, bones so tender that it breaks apart in your mouth with little effort. All these goodness glazed over with thick aromatic gravy which made the everything so flavorful.The curry mee's soup is light while some are those thick creamy ones. And whenever I patronize this place, me and my father in law would bring our own key limes. Although the curry mee is delicious on its own, we like to add a little sour and citric flavor into the mix. Either way, a hearty bowl of curry mee awaits. continue reading
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