Monday, May 9, 2016

The correct one


This is the 3 colours dumpling soup that I have eaten before and wanted to order again when I wrote the wrong number and got the dry ones instead. Their prices are the same MYR10.90+ 6% GST = about MYR11.60 so the soup gives better value because it has vegetables too.

The dry ones which I ordered wrongly

26 comments:

  1. I don't mind them dry...or in clear soup, if it is in an air conditioned place. So hot these days, too hot for piping hot soupy delights.

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    1. The soup here is not piping hot.

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  2. I actually prefer dry ones.. Reminds me of pan fried dumplings, and I can dip them into mayo..

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    1. These ones are just steamed, not pan fried.

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  3. I prefer soupy dumplings too. Speaking of which, I just had some nice ones last Saturday for breakfast yum yums!

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    1. From ah niu wanton mee shop I guess.

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  4. So did you prefer these? They don't look much different from the dry ones actually.

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    1. Of course I prefer the one in soup. They are exactly the same except that the dry ones are drier and there are vegetables in the soup.

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    1. One has vegetables, the other does not.

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  6. I prefer the dry ones because I am not much of a soup person.

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    1. You don't have to drink the soup. I don't drink the soup but I will eat the vegetables in the soup. The dry ones are too dry and they are just steamed, not pan grilled.

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  7. Interesting to see different colours of dumplings. Yum! xoxo

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    1. Supposed to be natural colours.

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  8. I like the soup version coz there is veggie and soup to go along with the dumplings

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  9. I have tried the dry version but not the soup version.

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    1. I think there would be soup version in Ipoh.

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  10. Honestly I won't mind dry or soup versions but I prefer them fried crispy the most.

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    1. Then both of them are not your cup of tea.

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    2. I eat all the 3 versions! Just had soup one last night at Sg Besi area. Many people said their Wan Tan Mee is the best in KL. They only operate at night when the car accessory shop has closed for the day.

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    3. I know of the place you are talking about. Their wan tan mee is more to chun dan mee (whole egg noodle).

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    1. The dumplings are the same but cooked differently, the dry ones are steamed whereas the wet ones are boiled in soup so they taste the same. Just that the steamed ones have dry skins.

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  12. I also prefer soupy dumplings, yum

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