Wednesday, June 12, 2013

New "Discovery" In Jelapang N/V

A new discovery!  My friend "discovered" a new place recently and took us there one fine morning... It is in Jelapang New Village.  On the main road turn to the right where you can see a slope if you are coming from town.  ahhhh.... those familiar with Jelapang will know which shop, it is very easy to locate.  

First shop on the right when you turn right to the road leading to the slope.. OK.. hahahaa..... Next time I will look for the road sign... The wanton noodles were really nice!  Looking at these pictures here are self torturing, I better make a trip there this weekend though the journey will take around half hour to reach... Distance is no barrier, right?
The wanton dumpling consists of prawn and minced meat...
Very springy due to the freshness of the prawns and the flavour is just great!
Seldom can get nice and tasty wan ton dumplings that suit my buds...
Too bad I didn't take along my camera...
And the Noodles!
Something different from the normal ones..
They are greenish in colour and my hp didn't make a good job out of it.. 
We ordered some extras... 
These are Sui-Kau aka Water Dumplings
 (Giant version)
They cost 80 sen each....and as I said, they suit my taste buds...
Each of us paid RM4 for the wanton noodles plus the giant dumplings...
Well, I will definitely make a trip there again...
Must wake up earlier to go during the weekends..
Otherwise... the trip will be "fruitless."

26 comments:

  1. I dont want wan tan...I want sui kow

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  2. Is that spinach noodles (green in colour)? I want!!!.... Distance is no barrier if the food is yummy. Drooling!!!!...

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  3. yum yum, fish dish seems chewy while the second ine seems pretty saucy

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  4. Sis.. It's 10pm now and I just finished my Badminton game and haven't taken dinner yet. Your post is a real torture for this hungry soul.

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  5. not far from my place ..but not sure abt the slope..is it the road leading to the old folks home?

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  6. The wantan looks yummy! It's one of my favorite dish!

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  7. hahaha, very detailed direction given but then i'm still confused lah, better take photo show us the shop itself!!

    hmmmm, the sui kow really looks good woh, "pei bok haam leng"~~

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  8. Wanton and sui kow anyone also looks so delicious to me.

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  9. That plate of wanton mee really different from our normal mee right? handmade?

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  10. looks yummy! I love both wanton and sui kow..

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  11. Kathy: ok sau toe!


    Stp: at least u have piansip over there...hahaha

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  12. Irene: yes it is spinach...must be handmade too...


    Mecoy: next time u must try!

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  13. Chris: i also just came back from badminton...


    lena: it is on the left not right ..haha

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  14. Hayley: i only like those with tasty sauce...:)


    Sk: next time u come i take u there la...haha


    Angeline: yeah i think handmade la...

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  15. Really does look GOOD! BUT, if you didn't take these pictures, then who did, a mystery!

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  16. They looked yummy. We go back to Menglembu to visit my in-laws almost every week. Got to make a trip there to check this place out.

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  17. ginny: i took them.. :)


    sharon: me too!!


    andrew: Hope you can find it! first shop on the right after turning left to the section where there is a steep slope..

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  18. Bananaz very kiasu one pay little and eat more. With one ton in the stomach can practically last for a couple of days with eating.

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  19. Not too clear for us to go Jelapang N/V with your turn right turn left nanti go Holland. If we come from KL don't take the upper highway to Penang, then before the toll turn left to Jalapang izzit?

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  20. Should read 'without' eating instead of 'with' in first comment, slip of the fingers is no fault of the mind lol

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  21. bananaz, not to worry.. if u can come in the morning, then got chance to eat... let me know.. no need to turn right left and land in Holland.. hahaha...

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  22. Drooling at the wantan dumpling and suigao. Yummy!

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  23. The wanton looks so white but I like them all the same. I think Wanton and Sui Kow are same ingredients. No?

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  24. foong: Wanna try? :)


    TM: not really the same..sui kau has more ingredients than wanton.. :)

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