Touted as one of the best wan tan mee in town, this particular stall never fails to attract crowds, especially late diners or youngster who club till the wee hours. Sorry for the low quality photos because famished Kampungboy left his camera behind.
The noodles are springy and the sauce with dashes of sesame oil is full of flavour. We had the wild boar curry and hakka char yoke (stew pork) version. Wild boar curry was cook to perfection as the meat is tender and the curry sauce is delicious. Hakka char yoke was dissappointing because the pork was so dry and hard. Sui Kaw (dumplings) is like any other sui kaw where there is nothing to shout about.
The other toppings are like the usual char siu, siu yoke and the unusual pork knuckels and ginger duck. Other than pickled chillies, I love to have my noodles with the dried shrimps sambal. The food was a bit pricey where the total bills comes about RM 20 but it was worth while.
After the former Niichi Fashion City, you will be able to spot the stall which is located next to a car mechanic and is after the BP station. Opens from 8pm till the wee hours. Refer to KY’s well drawn map.