Wednesday, November 17, 2010

Quickie Lunch of Wantan Mee and Hokkien (Har) Mee at Poh Chuan Restaurant

Normally I would eat dinner in Poh Chuan but I happened to be in that area during lunch time, so I decided to try out the stall that sells Penang hawker noodles. There are only one Chap Fan (Economy rice) and a single store that sells Penang hawker food (Wantan Mee, Assam Laksa, Hokkien (har) Mee & Curry Chicken Mee) during lunch time. I ordered the Hokkien (Har) Mee during my first lunch visit. It cost RM4 per bowl. The gravy is not too sweet, just nice and the spiciness is well balanced. It tastes quite good! During my second visit with my lunch buddy, I ordered the wantan mee (RM4). I like the soya based sauce for the wantan mee, which is full of natural sweetness. The wantan taste good too! I will be back to try out the Assam Laksa.

Restoran Poh Chuan (Howah Tai Chow)
Address : 53, Jalan SS22/11, Damansara Jaya, Petaling Jaya Selangor
Lunch : Hawker food and Economy Rice.
Dinner, Tai Chow
Map to Restoran Poh Chuan

11 comments:

smallkucing said...

LOL...beh tahan ...saw the title LOL.....

reanaclaire said...

Both looks good to me lar.. i wanna try them!

wenn said...

wantan mee is my all-time favorite!

Alice Law said...

The har mee looks a bit different froom the usual one... I see, those are nicely cut hard boiled egg, I thought it was potatoes!;p

Have a nice day!

Christine said...

you must get good ideas to improve your own recipes when you taste these.

Caroline Ng May Ling said...

the har mee looks yum to me! :D

mNhL said...

i love wantan noodles. especially if the char siew is yummy.....

Somewhere in Singapore said...

I wanna eat d wanton mee... keke...

suituapui said...

Ok...don't look very alluring. Here in Sibu, Poh Chuan is the name of a goldsmith's shop... LOL!!!

Mei Teng said...

I like prawn mee.

Quay Po Cooks said...

A good bowl of prawn mee is rather rare these days. This looks delish... thanks for the post.

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