Chan SinKee Noodle 陈新记 Restaurant
Address1 Jalan PJU 5/4
47810 Petaling Jaya
Opening hourMonday, Wednesday - Friday: 10:30AM - 3:00PM, 6:00PM - 9:00PM
Tuesday: 10:30AM - 3:00PM, 7:00PM - 9:00PM
Saturday: 10:00AM - 5:00PM
Closed on Sunday
Contact number012-208 3848
Price / Fee[1 year ago]
Black Chili Wantan Mee small (RM7.90) ‧ Pineapple Juice (RM6.80)
[3 years ago]
Black Chili Wantan Mee (small) (RM7.90) ‧ Pontian pineapple juice (RM6.80)
Signature DishesBlack Chili Wantan Mee ‧ Tomato Chili Red Wantan Mee
Dishes[1 year ago]
Black Chili Wantan Mee ‧ Tomato Chili Red Wantan Mee
[3 years ago]
Tomato Chili Red Wantan Mee
The original Cantonese Style Dried Noodles from Guangdong, China, uses ingredients such as lard, soy sauce or oyster sauce. When it arrives in Southeast Asia, it adapts to local taste: Northern Malaysian like it with a hint of dark soy sauce; Midland Malaysian with extra dark soy sauce; whereas Southern Malaysian love their noodles with tomatoes and chilli sauce.
In Pontian, the little town located at the southern part of Johor, the locals love their Wonton noodles with tomatoes sauce and a splash of chilli sauce. They called it Red noodles or Dried noodles with tomatoes sauce, and it has since become a popular local speciality. At first, tomatoes sauce was added because the children love the sweet and sour taste in the noodle. As Southeast Asian like spicy food, so chilli sauce was experimented as well, and this innovative combination has brought a unique taste and style in world of Wonton Noodles. Pontian Wonton Noodle is a fusion of cross cultural ingredients: Chaozhou style fish balls sets in a bed of Cantonese style homemade Wonton egg noodles; mixed with Western tomatoes sauce, and infused with Southeast Asian spicy flavour chilli sauce - an ingenious blend of western and oriental food. Red Wonton Noodles of Pontian - The unique local style of noodles
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Chan SinKee Pontian Mee 陳新記笨珍雲吞麵 @ Sunway Damansara, Petaling Jaya, SelangorTruth is the red chili sauce may look unappealing during the initial moment, nor the taste was not that impressive at the very first bite. However as you go for more noodles, a pleasant taste builds up, along with a nice aroma that tempted us to go more for the noodles.
At the same time, we also tried Black Chili Wantan Mee with thicker noodles. It tasted like conventional wantan mee but with an added heat component. A great choice too.
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新地址：5-1, Ground Floor, Jalan PJU, Dataran Sunway, Kota Damansara,...
Chan Sin Kee Pontian Noodle @ Kota DamansaraWe tried out their classic signature which is the Black Chili Wantan Mee @ RM7.90 small. That serve along with their homemade chili and give you a slight unique twist. Not your typical wan tan mee flavour that you could execpt however it is not too bad. Give you hint of mild spicy and sourness. Not too bad though. Worth to give it a try.
Chan SinKee Pontian Wantan Mee @ Kota DamansaraMany years ago, I would have told you to get out of here if you told me about mixing red chili sauce into wantan mee. As someone who hails from Penang, that concept was simply bizarre because we are so used to eating wantan mee with pickled chillies.
But today, I would gladly eat it any day of the week. The thing is, you need to find “that” place that prepares this kind of wantan mee with respect it deserves. Otherwise you would find it repulsive and avoid it in future.
For example, if you are a Japanese food virgin and you had your first Japanese meal at crappy Japanese buffet restaurant – I am sure you will think that Japanese food sucks. First impression matters a lot.