Normally on sunday morning i would come to this Wantan noodles stall to order one dry wantan noodles for breakfast.
Wonton noodles is a Cantonese noodle dish . It is very popular in Southern China, Hong Kong, Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore and Thailand.
However different country got different way of serving it .
The Malaysian version differs from the original in having slices of char siu added to the dish, as well as the possibility of the soup and wontons in a separate bowl, the noodles being served relatively dry, dressed with oyster sauce and garnished with chopped spring onions. Some stalls include deep-fried wontons in the dry versions as well.
What i am showing you here is the Kuala Lumpur version or the normal version in Malaysia.
Normal wantan RM6(S) RM6.5(M) RM7(L)
All the price you see in the picture is in ringgit .
Mine is a medium size and add extra wantan on it . It cost me RM8 .
This stall is at this shop call red famous food court.
Here is how the food court surrounding look like.
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