Thursday, October 15, 2009

My Favourite Wantan Mee at Matahari Coffee Shop (Kedai Kopi), Bandar Sri Damansara

At last, I found a good wantan mee that suits my taste buds. Matahari restaurant was newly renovated and they have different batch of hawkers occupying a stall at different time of the day. The first batch would operate the stall from morning till late lunch time and the next batch would take over at night. So, the same stall will sell different type of hawker food in the morning and at night. I was told that the young wantan mee stall owner actually paid a wantan noodles supplier extra money to put in additional ingredients in to the noodles supplied to him. The mee is more of the soft non springy type but have nicer flavour than normal wantan mee. He has also perfected the gravy for the dry wantan mee. Somehow the gravy is very special and I have I just love the taste! The wantan (sui kow) has nice sesame oil aroma and taste good. This is one of the best sui kow I ever tasted! His sui kow is a favourite among the night diners at this restaurant. Even the char siew has nice smoky smell. I would normally ‘tar pau’ the wantan mee for supper at night because the restaurant can be kind of stuffy and hot during peak hours. Whenever the helper sees me, she would know what I want to order. Before I reach the stall, she will say “Double large mee with char siew and wantan, sir?” (Double large mee RM5)

Kedai Kopi Matahari
Jalan Tanjung SD13/1 Bandar Sri Damansara, 52200, Kuala Lumpur

This wantan mee stall operates from 3pm to 11pm Map to Matahari Restaurant, Bandar Sri Damansara

PS : Jan 2010, As of to date the original owner has moved to Setia Alam. The new person running the stall changed the wantan mee taste a little bit.

14 comments:

reanaclaire said...

actually wan ton mee has a few types of texture, right? i prefer the "song hau" type.. fine and springy and a smaller portion.. hahaa.. ie, for me la.. u men will end up taking mar mee, (double portion) ..
i love the way my mum make the wanton mee.. the garlic and the sauce.. different from outside.. just buy back the uncooked wanton mee and u can get more of what u pay outside.. hor?

suituapui said...

Come...come to Sibu and try the kampua mee! Or the Kuching kolo mee!!! A lot nicer than wantan mee, I tell you!

levian said...

at first glance, i thought it is fried mee. :)

ladyviral said...

The char siew on the wan ton mee looks good... Don't look dry nor too fat... yummy~

mNhL said...

Wow...double mee arr...I don't think I can finished them. Men always have bigger appetite. hehe..

CheaHS@n said...

Oh its a very heavy meal - "One Ton Mee". Yes I have seen this kind of signage before and you tapau double mee that would be 2 tons bro. OIC now the name has changed to "Matahari" long time did not set foot into BSD.

Pete said...

Claire : Next time I drop by your place to eat your mum's wantan mee....yum yum!

STP : Sure to look for you when I travel there. All my previous trip to east Malaysia was on business. Next round will be for holidays...LOL!

Levian : The presentation not really that good because I tar pau the mee! Agree, it does look like fried mee....ha ha ha!

ladyviral : The wantan is really nice.....full of flavours!

mNhL : Luckily I cannot put on weight...ha ha ha!

Bro Cheah : Next round if got meeting at night in office, check this mee out! nice!

vialentino said...

firstly, sorry for my late reply and visit....way too busy with work....

good fodd review....what do u do for living?

~dolly~ said...

wan tan mee..
my favorite!!

cleffairy said...

U say nice, den must try. LOL... really nice wan ahh, if not nice, i go haunt you, Pete! :-P

Pete said...

vialentino : No problem, work comes first! LOL!

dolly: heh heh heh, same gang as me!

cleffairy : Sure nice wan, my daughther likes it so much, so I know you will like too. .....don't haunt me lah....I takut, halloween coming leh! ha ha ha!
But pls note that the stall only open at night!

vialentino said...

sure...thanks for ur understanding...

hope to c ur next food review session

foongpc said...

I am not a fan of wan tan mee, but can still eat them. Of course they must be hot. Cannot eat them cold! : )

Ayie said...

pete perhaps i should abandon your blog until i give birth! all the foods you show make me crave and too bad i can't really eat all those now. =(

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