As usual, noodle of choice is kuay teow. I'm afraid it was not as good as I remembered. No, actually I don't remember. Again, I suspect my tastebuds have changed.
The noodles were super loaded and the broth had a deep flavor. No regrets making this mistake.
And of course the Wanton Mee! nyum...nyum...nyum...so happy!
There are many stalls selling Wantan Mee in Malaysia but only a few that is must-try. First will be Kum Kee’s Wantan Mee that serves smooth delicious poached chicken. Second is Nam Heong that…
My order from Annie 1 daily lunch menu - rice with pork pattie, vegetables and soup of the day at MYR 8.50 nett. Compared to the sweet and sour pork pattie rice meal I had previously, this one is served without any sauce/gravy so they included a bowl of white radish and dates soup foc.
As we were there early, we ate breakfast at another famous wanton mee eatery.
I was still full from brunch so I just ordered a snack at Annie One, Uptown. Yam Cake - MYR3.80 nett - very flavourful with many pieces of yam in it.
Finally I was able to eat at Annie 1 yesterday and order from their Wednesday's special lunch menu. All 3 of us went for item 2 (Sweet and Sour Mince Pork Pattie Rice Set) at MYR7.80+ 6% GST (MYR8.30 nett).
I had the Dry Wanton Mee with char siew and wantan (RM7.20). I liked the texture and taste of the noodles - very yummy. The BBQ pork (char siew) is also pretty good, slightly lean with a nice caramalised glaze. Since we liked the noodles, so we ordered another plate later - dry wanton mee with char siew (RM7) for sharing.