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Shrimp Roe Wan Thun Mee
feedtheamynowTheir signature wan tan mee is a must try. The wanton is flavourful and juicy, with springy noodles. We also tried the peking duck. A little bit pricey but it was really good , goes very well with the sauce they serve with the duck. Albeit it's little more expensive than the typical local hawker stall, the environment is clean and cooling. Will definitely come again.
- Nolan RAn interesting shop. You can come here for breakfast which is actually reasonably tasty. And there are also specific times when you will be able to watch how they prepare and make their noodles. This bit is probably more educational than anything else.
- Eat EThis Wantan Mee used to be just a stall at the corner of Lorong Selamat years ago. Their own made noodles are good and you get to see them making it. The Wantan is big. But let down by their sauce. Old Cantonese people normally order their fried noodlee (especially the dry beef Hor fun)which is full of flavour, pork lard, and "wok hei". Good Wantan Mee is easy to find in Penang, but not good fried noodle.