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Wantan Mee Wiki
Wanton mee or Wantan mee (Chinese: 云吞面) is a Cantonese noodle dish which is popular in Hong Kong, Malaysia and Singapore. The dish is usually served in hot soup or dry stir in black soya sauce, garnished with leafy vegetables, Char Siew (roasted barbecued pork meat slices), and together with wanton in a separate bowl. The types of leafy vegetables used are usually kailan also known as Chinese kale. There are various versions to the dish, with the Hong Kong version using prawns and no char siu inside the noodles. Another type of dumpling known as shui gao is sometimes served in place of wanton. It contains prawns, pork, spring onions with some chefs adding mushroom and black fungus.
Chicken Feet Wantan Mee
Originally uploaded by doctorchan.
Succulent Chicken Feet stewed till the skin just slips off the bones when you suck it. All this in a thick black soy sauce with chinese mushrooms, noodles and pickled chilly. Ahhhh...
Where to eat it : I like the one in Newlane, the big coffee shop just off burma road, next to Sunway Hotel.
This is another variant of wantan mee. You can add virtually any garnishings, to this, extra char siew and pork cutlets have been added. Sorry about the blurry pic as this was at night and I can't wait to eat it!
Wan Tan Mee really is a common dish here almost like tea and toast!
Sometimes a nice plate of wan tan noodles really hits the spt in the morning. Not exactly a high fiber meal but it sure tastes better than cereal.
The wan tan mee is a nice light breakfast