Wanton noodles

This stall is located in a coffee shop in New Town, Petaling Jaya (PJ). Run by two sisters, I grew up eating their wanton noodles. We even followed them to the different stalls that they had to relocate their stall to in the past, either because of rental or other issues.

Wanton noodles, Malaysian style, is more black than the noodles they have here in Singapore. The difference is in the pork lard and the black soya sauce which they generously mix into the noodles. These noodles are usually eaten with small dumplings, char siew (roast pork) and choy sum (green leafy vegetables that is blanched). A home visit to PJ would not be complete without this.

Wanton noodles, soup version.

Wanton noodles, dry version. A bowl of soup with dumplings in it, a cup of coffee in an old ceramic mug and green chilli to eat the noodles with

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