Home> Malaysian Noodle Dishes > Wantan Mee

Wantan Noodle

image

Noodle Type:
Wantan Noodle
Cusine:
Chinese Cantonese
Food Spiciness:
None - Low (optional)
Famous at:
Most Districts
Broth:
-NIL (Dry Version)
-Clear broth (soup version)
Main Ingredients:
Wantan, Barbecued pork slices (Char Siu)
Price Range:
(Hawker) RM2.50-RM4.50
(Restaurant) RM5-RM10.00
Remarks:
image Available at some
(Chicken Char Siu)
 

Description:

 

     Wantan noodle or sometime also known as kolo mee (literally translated into Dry Tossed Noodle) comes into two versions, the dry ones (soy sauce mixture based) and the soup version. As this is a common Cantonese dish among the Chinese throughout Malaysia, it can be easily found at most places.

    To determine a good bowl of Wantan Mee lies at two most important factors, firstly the Char Siu (Chinese Barbequed Pork), whether it’s succulent and emitting the distinctive aroma gained from the barbequed process (preferably through traditional method that is cooked over the charcoal); secondly, the quality of the Wantan (minced meat with seasonings wrapped in skin sheet of flour; normally meat of prawn/chicken/ pork), whether it’s fresh and well-flavored.

 

More Noodles Dishes in Malaysia





Hotels in Penang

 
Shangri-La's Rasa Sayang Resort & Spa
Batu Feringgi Beach, Penang, Malaysia



Hotel Equatorial Penang Malaysia
1 Jalan Bukit Jambul, Penang, Malaysia



Parkroyal Penang, Malaysia
Batu Ferringhi Beach, Penang, Malaysia



Traders Hotel Penang Malaysia
Magazine Road, Penang, Malaysia



G Hotel Gurney Penang Malaysia
168A Persiaran Gurney, Penang, Malaysia



**more hotels in Penang**
 
 
Airlines