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Tuesday, 30 October 2012

Wan Ton Mee for those who love Big Prawns

Food Rating           :           4 stars
Quality of Food      :           4 stars
Kopi O Rating        :          3 stars
Ambience               :          Regular coffee shop

Lunch till Tea Time

Right at the junction of Macalister Road and Lorong Selamat, it is pretty difficult for you to get a parking space, so maybe you should just park a little further and walk a bit.  For those who enjoy wan ton mee with big prawns in the wan ton, this is the place for you.  This is the closest you can get compared to the prawn dumplings in Hong Kong.

Soup stock is made from plenty of ingredients to make sure it is sweet and tasty

In addition to the large wan ton you can also order the sui kow

RM 4.00 is pretty good price for prawn dumpling lovers
They are all hidden underneath the noodle

Foodie's Choice - Dry Won Ton Mee original with lots of green chilli
 However, it will be wiser to try the soup version as the soup is pretty 'sweet' from the long time boiling of the large bones (tua kut) and flat fish.  It is personal though, whether you like it wet or dry, maybe you should try both versions.
Kopi O is RM 1.00
Drinks here are a little on the pricey side
No choice

This coffee shop is crowded most of the time from lunch till dinner, there are plenty of other selections especially during dinner ...

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