Wednesday, September 03, 2008

Wantan Mee @ Tmn Bkt Maluri (Yut Kee)

Located along the row of shops near the Maluri market, this shop is well-known among the locals in the neighborhood for its egg-battered noodles; or known as Wantan Mee.
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This shop is run by a family; and the son was often seen at the shop helping the father.
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A typical plate of Wantan mee - Kon Low (Dry wantan noodles))
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With a bowl of dumplings in soup
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The specialty of the wantan mee here is due to the inclusion of dried pork lard (or so I heard)
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How about you?
How do you define a good Wantan mee?
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5 comments:

  1. i always visit this place! but we call it meng kee, dunno why...haha!

    the noodles is firm and smooth while the sui kow is flavoursome!

    i like koon kee at petaling street as well. apparently the standard dropped and it's getting more expensive! :<

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  2. Ohh...is it Meng Kee instead?
    Haha...dunno why I had Yut Kee in my mind pula! (*shy*)

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  3. Yut Kee like the famous Roti Babi in Jalan Dang Wangi? lol

    I like the wantan mee in Section 17. Hand made by the owner. For me a good wantan me is the moment you bite into the noodle you get a snap feeling. I wrote about it here.

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  4. Hey Simon, pai seh lar...think I mixed up the name dy:(
    Hahhaa...read too much food blogs on Yut Kee:p

    Hey Jackson, want a bowl of wantan mee?:D

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