Love for Nooodlesss…

Love for Nooodlesss…

1) Wan Tan Mee

Wan Tan Mee (云吞面), one of my favorite and comfort food when I was a very young boy, till now it is still the first thing that pops in my head when people asked me what to eat. I remember per plate was only RM1.20 then (about USD 0.30) but now it can cost more than RM10!!!

After tasting most of the places thus far, here are some of the best Wan Tan Mee I think worth trying.

Chan Ming Kee (陈明记)

Definitely one of the best WTM I ever had. Usually it is packed during lunch hour, especially weekends.

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Char Siew Wan Tan Mee is my default choice whenever my brain doesn’t feeling like thinking, and the satisfaction level is awe’gas’some. XD


CHAN MING KEE (Google Map)

Address : 44, Jalan SS 2/66, SS 2, 47300 Petaling Jaya, Selangor, Malaysia

Satisfaction level : ♦♦♦♦♦


Kong Yam Kong Sek, Centrepoint, Bandar Utama

This stall was previously from Restaurant WDS, Chow Yang, but it has now shifted to Centrepoint, BU for whatever reason. Finally I managed to find it because their WTM is super awesome with big Wan Tan (dumpling with shrimp and pork fillings).

This one below here is one that I have before they moved to BU.

Per bowl of Char Siew Wan Tan Mee cost about RM9 (normal portion) & RM12 (large portion)


Address : Centre Point Bandar Utama, Bandar Utama, 47400 Petaling Jaya, Selangor, Malaysia

Satisfaction level : ♦♦♦♦♦

2) Pan Mee

Restaurant Super Kitchen Chili Pan Mee

One of my favorite Pan Mee place, best for lunch, dinner and supper but unfortunately their kitchen close at 10 pm. So your supper have to be before that lar.

By default, the bestseller normal pan mee will have anchovies, minced pork, fried-crunchy shrimp, and the most important ingredient is their runny-yolk eggy!! You can also add their home-made-not-kidding-spicy hot chili.

Finally, mix them well and the result is as above, yum yum…


Address : 42, Jalan SS 2/10, SS 2, 47300 Petaling Jaya, Selangor, Malaysia

Satisfaction level : ♦♦♦♦♦


Pan Mee at Taman Paramount Restaurant

Generally, I like my pan-mee dry. This restaurant is famous of their “Loh Pan Mee” (Soy-soupy-base with abit sour taste), you need to try to know how it taste like. For me, I prefer their dry pan mee.

They have this spinach-noodle mix with normal noodle and it taste the same since the first time I tried here in 2010.


Address : 55, Jalan 21/1, Paramount Garden, 46300 Petaling Jaya, Selangor, Malaysia

Satisfation level : ♦♦♦♦

3) Sliced Chicken Rice Noodle (Kaei See Hor Fun – KSHF)

Well, the most well-received delicacy you should try when you are in Ipoh is their “Hor Fun” (Flat Rice Noodle). It is believed that the water that flow into the valley from surrounding mountains, made the noodles smooth and chewy. (Or maybe I am just biased because I grew up there XD)

Here, I will recommend some non-touristy-and-delicious place

Jen Jen Restaurant 津津茶餐厅

Apart from “Lou Wong” (the most famous & touristy restaurant), this is one of the yummiest KSHF I would highly recommend.

The soup is rich, rice noodles is slurpy smooth. They even serve jellyfish with it. Yum yum..

The fried noodle behind is good but not great, well no harm trying though.


Open for breakfast only (8am – 12 noon)

Address : 22, Jalan Tokong, Taman Hoover, 31650 Ipoh, Perak, Malaysia

Satisfaction level : ♦♦♦♦

4) Curry Mee

Rich curry and coconut milk fragrant always tempt me to savor a nice bowl of curry mee.

Level 4 Food Court, KLCC – RASA Food Arena

One of the best and budget bowl of curry mee is not further than the KLCC foodcourt itself. But be aware, there are two of them, one at level 2 and another one at level 4.

This greatness bowl of curry mee is at level 4 food court.

The fried dumplings is additional snack but best complement with the curry mee. Per bowl of curry mee is RM6.50 and 4 fried dumplings is about RM2.80. So satisfying every time, best for lunch and dinner time.


Address : Fourth Level Anchor Suria KLCC, Kuala Lumpur City Centre, 50088 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Satisfaction level : ♦♦♦♦♦

5) Jawa Noodle 爪哇面

This is the only Jawa Noodle I have tried for the past 5 years. Not many good ones, but this is so delicious and worth for money.

Another Jawa Noodle Restaurant 又一间爪哇面茶餐厅

This plate here is only RM 5.50 and fill with all the goodness – fried crunchy shrimp (lots of them), beans sprout, potaotes, egg and of course their yummy Jawa Soup based.

One plate for breakfast is so scrumptious and fulfilling. This restaurant is usually full of people in the morning, but rest assure you shall get a seat waiting not more than 10 minutes.

Some other food they have to offer here are Laksa (only on Saturdays), and Yong Tau Foo (meat paste stuffed in tofu, lady fingers, aubergine, etc.)


Address : 70, Persiaran Kledang Timur 17a, Taman Bandar Baru, 31450 Ipoh, Perak
Open for breakfast only
Satisfaction level : ♦♦♦♦
p/s: google map has not updated their earth view
That’s all for now. To more food to come !! 🙂
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