Monday, October 30, 2017

Wai Noodle House

CharSiew Curry Noodle - MYR7.80 nett  - the curry is thick and full of flavours.

Curry Hor Fun - MYR8.80 nett. As we don't eat much for dinner, we took most of this home for breakfast the next day.

Fried Wantan - MYR4.50 nett

Total bill is MYR21.10 nett but they only collected MYR21 nett from  us because we don't have 10 cents with us.

Page 1 of its menu. Please click on it for a larger image.

Wai's Noodle House at Paramount Garden, PJ, same row as Ribs King but further down the road. This was a famous curry wanton mee stall in Seapark, PJ that opened late till after midnight but now has turned into a nice comfortable eatery with air-conditioning.

16 comments:

  1. I've got my eyes on the roast pork wanton mee, not really into curry mee.

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    1. But this place is famous for its curry mee.

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  2. The curry does looked thick. Mow I am thinking of curry noodle. Haha.

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    1. Did you eat it after thinking about it?

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  3. Just now this morning I took curry noodles at a food court for RM6.50... a few pieces of roasted pork, long beans, taufoo pok and some cockles.. can last me till dinner..

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    1. Agreed that curry noodles with lots of liew can last the whole day.

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  4. I will be dreaming of curry noodles tonight!

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    1. So is it curry noodles for breakfast the next morning? :)

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  5. Curry looks good! But I spot the fried wanton having bottled sauce... always more impressed by 'home-made' sauces.

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    1. I did not need sauce for deep fried wantons.

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  6. I prefer curry char siew without cockles. For the gravy, the thicker and richer curry the better!

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  7. It looks nice and tasty from the colour of the curry broth.

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