Wan Tan Mee hunting escapades@Famous Seremban Favourites, Aman Suria

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http://cinziamazzamakeup.com/?x=viagra-generico-25-mg-italia-pagamento-online No today ain’t Saturday, but is a blissful Monday holiday. Despite the immense El Nino heat outside, ain’t no stopping the Wan Tan Mee craving!

disfunzione erettile nel mondo Took a breezy drive to Aman Suria in search for the Wan Tan Mee one of our old church friends brought us once, and all I could remember was the crazy heat (like this one) and the mind blowing char siew and curry sauce. It was at SFS Kopitiam, in Aman Suria.

here The crowd was just half full when I arrived, and I thought hey, perhaps it was a holiday and everyone is hiding indoors from the fiery sun. I looked at the photos on the Wan Tan Mee stall and the old lady cooking. It didn’t really feel right but I couldn’t fully remember either the cook and the stall the last time I was here 3 years ago.

quanto costa viagra generico 100 mg in farmacia a Genova I went ahead to order a plate. And oh well, the image spoke for itself. Overly eggy noodles and hardened char siews. This definitely was not the one I had 3 years ago. I searched online but still unable to find where the stall had shifted to. This one cost RM 5, and the old lady seemed to be working so hard, I felt that it was alright with me to let her earn the RM5 wages.

click Feeling disappointed and frustrated while walking out of SFS (the heat can really boil one’s mood up) , I recalled my colleague’s recommendation, of the best charsiew Wan Tan noodles he ever had and it was from a shop called Seremban which had nothing to do with Wan Tan noodles.

http://buy-generic-clomid.com Circled around the entire Aman Suria and found the next best thing.


Strangely, the shop is FSF Kopitiam, while the one I was at previously was SFS. Gosh, they are totally playing around with our minds man. Trying to confuse us haha.


I felt more comforted seeing a crowded shop and with yummy looking charsiews hung on that metal rails behind the glass paneled wall. Every table seemed to have at least one bowl of WTM and Hakka Mee, so I guess they should be quite good for so many to come here for it


I guess my colleague’s recommendation was noteworthy. The charsiew slices were quite tender, with evenly distributed lean meat and fats so you can just swallow it whole! If I had to describe it in one word – TENDER !


The Wan Tan noodles was quite good to me. The noodles were springy get soft. And no overly eggy taste. Then again, my tongue had been a little damaged by the plate I had earlier and comparing this to that, was like heaven and earth.


Perfect to slurp with by topping it with dashes of spicy garlic chilli sauce.


The Hakka noodles on the other hand, was I guess, alright. The one in SS2 near De Siam Thai Massage rawked better, but the best Hakka noodles are definitely still in Ipoh and Kuching.

All in all, the damage was only RM 20 for everything including drinks. I expected to pay more with the additional charsiew order. Gotta say pricing is unexpectedly decent for such quality!

Noteworthy to return for another WTM craving!

Does anyone know where the SFS Kopitiam Wan Tan Noodles have gone to?

Famous Seremban Favourites Restaurant
No. 78-1 (Ground Floor) Jalan PJU 1/3B,
Block F, Sunway Mas Commercial Centre,
47301 Petaling Jaya,
Selangor Darul Ehsan

Opening hours: Everyday except Tuesday
8.00 am – 4.00 pm

Late lunch catch up@The Good Batch, Damansara Uptown


Uptown, known for me as a place to come to for Village Park, and nothing else, as it is worth the effort of finding parking space (with is a major challenge here). Many new stores mushroomed here, despite the traffic congestion because of its wealth in flow of people traffic from nearby offices and housing areas, and soon-to-be condominiums.

This time, my venture here was not for the usual VP, but to follow my friend’s foodieventure to The Good Batch, a popular hangout spots for cafe goers. It took me a good 15mins or so to find a parking space “phew”.

But we made it! And the place was packed even when it was way past lunch hours. As I worked late the night before, I needed a second dose of caffeine and since I am at ” The Good Batch” I should give their batch of cuppa a try eh?
The beans are roasted from Pulp De Palheta.

I went for my usual: iced long black. Sadly, too sour




This was The Parisian lunch sandwich, 3 slices of white bread holding in grilled ham, herbs and spices, topped with two half cooked sunny side eggs



I guess it can’t go wrong with ham, cheese, eggs all toasted to crunchy perfection! T’was an alright and enjoyable sandwich, though I much preferred the Red Bean Bag’s version. This cost around 20plus ringgit.



The big breakkie, well was really quite normal to me. The scrambled eggs were a wee tad, lack in flavour. As for the rest, mushrooms, sausages and potato cubes were also average. The baked beans portion was really quite small too. For me a big breakkie dish must leave the patron with the one key word, scrumptious. But that, I didn’t get, for this big breakkie. Cost about RM30, darnz.

Nonetheless, throughout my two hours time here, the place was packed and empty tables were constantly refilled with new patrons walking in. In terms of ambience and comfort of a place to eat and catch up, thumbs up. However, if I have to focus on quality of food and coffee alone, I think there is some room for improvement, but hey, that’s just my two cents thoughts.

The Good Batch
53, Jalan SS 21/1a,
Damansara Utama,
47400 Petaling Jaya.

Opening hours:
Tues-Thurs: 11 am – 12am
Fri: 11am – 1am
Sat: 10 am – 1am
Sun: 10am – 11pm
Closed on Mondays.

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