Taman Muda folks are lucky! And I repeat that 10x!
cari makan, sini sana ada lagi!
There’s a nice morning market there and a double stretch row of stalls selling different food. At least to my observation, none of them repeats!
I was craving for wantan mee so we dropped by this stall, hoping the price has not increased too much due to the recent hike in noodle prices. A pan mee stall is just beside, with the word PAN MEE screaming at me but I couldn’t read the varieties they offer there as they are written in Chinese.
We stucked by wantan mee although the stall seems almost going to close up for the day. The reason is because of this ah pak (uncle) :P Not to say he’s handsome but I just want to watch him wrap fresh handmade wan tan ^.^ Hehe
Yummy looking wantan mee is served. If you are wondering, “eh, where the char siew slices go missing?”. Apparently they are sold out already by 12pm! They have some spare ribs left and they have wantan mee with chicken feet and mushrooms. Since me and my friend don’t eat chicken feet, we asked him to make us a vegetarian wan tan mee. Hehe. Oh btw, pai kuat wantan mee? I never knew! It looks dry and not much are left, so we were not bothered to order.
The noodle is excellent (springy enough!) while the mushrooms are delectably delicious! Must have been braised for a long time in a vinegar and soy sauce mixture to obtain that flavour, that resistance to the bite and smooth texture! Looks cute as a button~
We also ordered extra wan tan soup to share, it came with 5 pieces of wan tan. The wan tan are disappointing though. The skin wrap has an odd flavour and the pork filling is rather bland and not well seasoned. But the soup makes up for it. Somehow all the flavour is in the soup!
I think I have to make a revisit since there are many more things to eat around here :)
Lam Kee wantan mee
Jln Bunga Tanjung 10, Taman Muda
Open from 6.30am