Interesting sweet and spicy concoction.
One of the favorite locations for night time 大炒 Dai Chao nearby USJ 12,16,17,18 residents, it is better to "Call Jeffrey +6012-337 0793 order and collect 30-40 minutes later". Otherwise, average waiting time is 45 minutes at the restaurant.
In 馬來西亞 Malaysia and 新加坡 Singapore, popiah is normally part of the Chinese cuisine (as a 小吃 snack item) of these two countries.
The Onigiri here at USJ17 is popular and maybe sold-out by 8am.
Braised Duck was definitely very tasty which is tender and delicious, albeit perhaps dry kuay teow may not be a good choice compared to porridge!
The rm$12 "爆漿火爆撈生面 Roast Pork Wanton Mee" is dry Wanton Mee with fried roasted pork, onions, bell pepper and hot chili slices. A little too salty, but still not bad.
Besides "Dai Chao" and Fried noodles, the night time Dai Chao also offers 18 varieties of "Dip Tao Rice" all at rm$10 with choices of Pork, Chicken, Beef, and Seafood (Fish, Prawns).
"源記雲吞麵 Yuan Gei Wanton Mee" has been in Weng Soon for quite some time now, offering Wanton Mee with 叉燒 Charsiew, 雞腳 Chicken Feet, 水餃 Sui Gao, 炸肉碎丸 Miced Meat Balls, and 咖哩雞 Curry Chicken from rm$6.50 onwards.
The home-made Yong Tao Foo stall offers rm$1.50/pc Yong Tao Foo or Chee Cheong Fun, and except for items like Foo Chook or Tao Fu Pok, many items are made fresh every day. Highly recommended.
The new menu for 單位碟子飯 Single dish with rice offera 24 choices from Pork, Chicken, Fish, Prawns, and Beef dishes for the price of rm$10. 2 choices sampled today was quite good.
Perhaps it's my bad day to visit the stall as the "light" soup (more like clear soup) and Wanton did not seemed too fresh today!
Above average Satay in the USJ area.
The Wanton Mee stall at Weng Soon offers basically an above average Wanton Mee if dine-in.
It is a hearty meal for lunch but a good one.
连记烧蜡 Lian Kee Roasted is probably still the busiest hawker stall with customer queue up for the roasted rice takeaway.
A new stall called "邓师傅客家面 Tang Style Sarawak Kolo Mee" now at 新永顺茶餐室 Restoran Weng Soon Jaya in USJ17.
For dinner, I am having Pork soup rat noodles. I don't expect the pork to be too fresh (should be from refrigeration), the soup was acceptable. Overall, I am ok with it.
my personal opinion, compared to I've had Jawa Mee elsewhere; this one here at Weng Soon Jaya does offers one which fits my taste buds. Very nice.
The new look is brightly lighted with more food choices in both the morning and night sessions, a good place for breakfast, lunch, and dinner.
Oklar, this Wan Ton Mee stall. Few variants to choose from: Fried Pork Balls, Chicken Feet, Minced Meat, Fried WanTon with either Soup, Dry or Spicy versions.