Wednesday, July 15, 2015

No seats!

After Seremban Main Market, we now move on to Bentong Market in this post.

Betong's Main Market. We did not walk into the market but walked past it.

We were looking for the famous wanton noodle coffee shop with no signboard. Full house - no place to sit so we waited.

When we saw this sign, we knew that we were at the correct place to eat wanton mee.


The busy stall

4 of us ordered small portion (MYR4) of wanton mee - dry version 

There are 3 minced meat wantons in the bowl of soup. The wanton noodles are not those thin HK style noodles. Here they are thick with dark sauce that tastes a tiny bit bitter. The BBQ pork/char siew are thin slices of lean meat. Only if you have time to wait, then go for this.

2 of us ordered hot coffee - MYR1.50 each and I forgot to say less sweet so the coffee were thick, rich (kau kau) and sweet.


28 comments:

  1. This wanton noodle must be very good since even without a signboard, the place is so full till no seating place. So will you be going back to the same shop if you do pass by this place again?

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  2. Ok, so how long did you have to wait? Not one hour too, I hope. Bentong...that's Pahang, am I right?

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    1. You are right. Bentong is in Pahang, We did not need to wait long, just about 20 to 30 minutes.

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  3. Wah! Business is so good. Haha. That is a signboard on the road.

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    1. That is for the wanton mee stall. The shop does not have a signboard.

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  4. No seats means the food is good, and the place is popular.. Makes us lagi wana try the food (if we have the time to wait), kan?

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  5. no huge signboard yet the place is so packed with people.. guess the wantan noodles is really nice.. how long have you waited for your seats and noodles?? how the service??

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    1. Wanton mi stall service is good. Fast and efficient. 10 minutes wait for seat. 20 minutes wait for noodles.

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  6. Er... so is the wantan mee nice in your opinion? "Only if you have time to wait, then go for this" is your way of saying how good you think it is? Because, er.. from the picture, it doesn't look too appealing to me.

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    1. I think you may just like it. Taste like wanton mee I ate in KL long ago.

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  7. Wantan mee sauce that tastes a bit bitter? I've never eaten wantan mee that tastes bitter, so I don't think it will be any good.

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    1. It is like when you eat thick dark soy sauce, it is a bit bitter, tiny bit.

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  8. The shop is so crowded. Hope it was worth the wait.

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  9. A hot soup is a comfort. Love it.

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  10. No sears...means memang sedap the food here

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    1. Or everyone read about it and wants to try like me.

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  11. I'm not a fan of those black sauce wonton noodles. Simplicity is best for me :D

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    1. Erh, this wanton noodle is already very simple wor.

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  12. wow you can clearly see that there are so many people patronizing their shop.. the dishes here must be really really good.. that wanton noodle looks really good

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    1. Not too bad but really affordable.

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  13. I always judge restaurants by the crowds too. Good ones will have long queues outside.

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    1. Crowd means restaurant serves tasty food but not so good for us because need to wait and queue. Hahaha!

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  14. Looks good ar. Now I have this craving for wantan mee... I am anti-waiting one though so won't be checking out this place.

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    1. Why anti-waiting? The wait is not that long if you have someone to chat to/with.

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