In fact, I didn't even know bout Koon Kee wan tan mee till now - and I've yet to try it.
Anyway, back to this wan tan mee stall, it's located very near Petaling Street. It's in one of those lorongs (alleys) in that busting Chinatown area.
Now what's cool bout here? It's like going back to old KL. Well some parts of KL still is but unlike the now 'modernized' Petaling Street, this stall at this alley simply brings back to the 1960s (or so).
|There are 2 ways to the alley, this is the one diagonally opposite Petaling Street.|
|The other end of the alley, near the open air carparks. The walk through here is more nostalgic, though longer.|
|The aunty & uncle of the wan tan mee stall is ok, not like what I read from the Koon Kee shop :)|
Ok - how bout the food.. the wan tan mee? Well, it's nice. Yes, nice. That's it.
It doesn't have super thick char siew or the "lighter coloured" noodles (that Zim more used to) but still on the whole, it still kicks a punch.
And yes, the noodles are soft and not rubbery (as with most better wan tan noodles).
If you are in the area, and want some nostalgic moments - and good noodles, well, look no further :)