I like my bowl of wanton mee with noodles come thin and springy and topped with slices of thicker cuts pun fei sao char siu. This is what I hope for, as simple as that. After numerous visit to Hung Kee for wanton mee (both outlets), I find that they are already not up to my expectation. In search for a new place for a simple bowl of wanton mee, I have found one!
Good Taste Rice & Noodle House
Thin strands of egg noodles was springy, no presence of unpleasant alkaline taste in the egg noodles; tossed prettily in soy sauce, dark soy sauce and sesame oil. Totally my type of wanton noodles.
The char siu are not made as charred as what I got from the other place, but the char siu here came with thicker cuts, 50-50 ratio lean meat and fats. Chilli comes great for the bowl of noodles, especially the one with sambal look. I could have my bowl of noodles with that chilli alone. Slurrrrpppp…
Other than wanton mee, they serve beef noodles too. Comes with a huge scoop of minced meat to be mixed and eaten together with the springy egg noodles. Oh ya, they have only a type of noodles for their beef noodles, that’s their signature egg noodles.
The mixture of beefy offal in the rich palatable soup.
Dumplings were pretty good; flavourful, huge and packed with lots of minced meat and prawn. Except that the skin at the shaping part was a little thick to my liking.
Price wise, it was merely rm 20 we paid; for 2 bowls of dried wantan mee, a bowl beef noodles, 3 pieces of dumplings; and walked out with satisfactory.
I wish i could spare you guys the address, but i couldn’t exactly located it. Gimme some times for that and I will update once I have got the correct address.
Good Taste Rice & Noodle House 好味烧腊面饭店
56000 Kuala Lumpur