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2016-03-29 1274 views
This restaurant is always caught my attention when passing by, reason being this restaurant is very “Red”. Occupied three storey of the shop lot with lots of red lanterns decorated outside of the shop. I always think that the restaurant named 龙门客栈. In fact is not, I am wrong, the ground floor was named Shi Fu Wanton Mee whereby second and third floor are龙门客栈 which serving spicy steamboat. But all belongs to the same boss. I only realized this when I saw the receipt upon payment.I do not want to
I do not want to eat steamboat today because I want to get some snack from Night Market along Jalan Manis which right front of the restaurant. It could be this reason, the restaurant seems quite around this dinner time. Sometime customer is spoilt for choices. In order to have something light, I opt for Dry version of Wanton Mee (RM7.00) with Char Siew topping. Without needed to wait much longer, my food was served. The Wanton mee is springy, sauce is rich and sweet. Char Siew was using lean meat which I prefer to have fat in between. As usual, wanton was served in separate bowl. Soup was clear and the Wantons were tasty yet generous amount of filling. This is good! Curry Mee 金牌咖喱面 (RM9.50), was remarked as signature noodles. I have tried the curry soup was just a bit too normal for me. Perhaps I have high expectation on it. But overall is still acceptable. Iced Lemon Tea (RM3.50), just to quench my thirst in this hot weather season.