Koon Kee Wan Tan Mee

We arrived in Kuala Lumpur late in the evening and decided to take the bus into town. The bus dropped us off in Chinatown a short distance from our hotel and as soon we checked in, we went to find our first meal. Being in Chinatown, we opted for Koon Kee which is smack in the middle of the busy night market.



As expected, we walked right by the restaurant which wasn’t anywhere as touristy as the other options on this street. Petaling street is always filled with tourist. After going back on our track, we found ourself sitting in front of a dry version of Wan Tan Mee.

The dry wan tan is served with char siew (roasted pork) and poached chicken.  The sauce seem to be mostly dark soy sauce with just a hint of sweetness. Beyond the exhaustion and the headache, this was a good plate of noodle.

We also ordered a bowl of dumpling or wan tan which the lady who ran the stall was rolling when we walked in.  Great soup and tasty dumpling.

We visited the restaurant at around 9pm and it wasn’t too busy compare to some of the other places.

The meal for two which included two plates of noodles, one bowl of dumpling and two teas came down to 25 ringits.

No menus, only dry or soup version available

Koon Kee Wantan Mee

95 Jalan Hang Lekir