White or black Wan Tan Mee? How about both? 狮头云吞面 Lion Head (?) Wan Tan Mee (GPS: 5.63648,100.47366) accidental discovery in Taman Intan, Sungai Petani in which one can have both dark soy sauce and clear broth version of handmade egg noodle under one roof.
One problem of having desserts with a cute drawing made of chocolate syrup like this is that you usually don’t wish to mess up this masterpiece created by the pastry chef until the very last scope of the cake. This is just one of random drawings in Heart & Soul, Sungai Petani, Kedah.
Prawn – a dish we seldom order because we are lazy to peel off the shell. We forgot when was our last time having prawn in restaurant, until we visited Chia Bee Restaurant 佳美河鲜美食馆 for a plate of Steamed Giant River Prawn w. Wine 酒蒸大头虾.
Fried porridge 炒粥 – overnight porridge fried with salted pork belly, Chinese Chive, dried shredded squid, and soy sauce. The smallest size (RM9) serves 2-3 persons. You never know that plain porridge which usually taken when a person is sick can taste so good. It is no longer a stranger for Penangites but if you would like to try the original one, go to Serdang, Kedah, namely Fong Ting Siew 峰亭秀 restaurant.
Dim Sum – a breakfast I like to enjoy. Recently, I was told that there is a new Dim Sum restaurant at Sungai Petani with new “order then cook” concept – Harbour Palace 港湾皇庭. Without further adieu, we gave this new restaurant a try.
Wan Tan Mee is a strange food. In Sungai Petani, there are many Wan Tan Mee stalls which usually full of customers even though some of them just tasted average based on my personal taste bud. One of them is slightly low profile’s Sri Wang Wan Tan Mee 老字号斯里旺云吞面 which recently opened its own noodle house at Taman Cengal Jaya.