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Wanton Noodles

Kampua noodles in Sibu,  kolo noodles in Kuching and in Ipoh, we have wan ton noodles.  There are many stalls selling wanton noodles, the ones that I love to eat are from Meng Chu in Perak Stadium,  another one in Buntong and one stall in Tong Sui Kai (Desserts Street) which is in town.  These three stalls serve wanton noodles but they come with different taste altogether.  Each have their own special sauce and their "springiness" in the noodles.

Andy loves coming by here to this stall too... 
Actually we like this stall... it is just right opposite the Rainbow Food Court....

Their fried wanton is RM3, that is a side dish... optional one...
The presentation might not be as good as it taste.... 

And now presenting my homcooked wanton noodles!
 
Don't they look yummy-licious?
Ok, it is not me who prepared them... 
I have to admit cos no one will believe I did  that nayway...
My mom is the COOK... she is a good one
If not for her unfailing eyesight,
she told me that she would open a wanton noodle stall.. .
hahahaaa...


Comments

  1. Oh yes i am a HUGE fan of wanton mee p/s: i haven't been to tong shui kai before, anything's good there? only tong shui?

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    1. Lots of different food there, Ken, you must go one day..

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  2. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PElwisJzBBE

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  3. I like to eat wanton mee whenever I eat out when I am still young, Your wanton mee looks good!

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  4. Cis, I thought you really did the cooking. Your mom is a great cook. Looks delicious & yummyliicious. Slurppp!!!!!...nom!!!!....nom!!!!

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    1. One day I must try doing it myself... I have yet to.. wait till I retire.. hahahaa..

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  5. The two versions look like Sibu kampua - white or black... Want some?

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    1. Love the wanton is soup... Looks good!

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    2. Actually they are from same family, right? Only different texture... even the piansip and wanton are almost the same.. :)

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  6. oh really?? kampua comes from Sibu and kolo comes from Kuching?? your homecooked (by your mom of course) version of wanton noodle looks good leh, looks like the hakka noodles.. wah, yummy yummy to go with those wanton in soup.. see those wanton so "pei bok haam leng" unlike those outside the skin is more than the filling, haha.. no joke, i just compared your two photos above :p

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    1. At home we put the "chok liew"... outside sure not so much liew.. but each have their own special sauce..

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  7. My favorite food is wanton noodles, I must have one at least once in a week!!! =]

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    1. I am very picky, I must go to the stall I like... :)

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    2. That's I always goes to the same stall to have the same thing, hahaha!!!

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  8. I think we grew up by eating wanton noodles cos my dad used to tapao for us for breakfast..Till now he still doing the same.*feeling blessed**

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