Did you know that Kedai Kopi Dan Makanan Weng Hing have stalls selling:
- Delicious pork ball noodles, chicken rice and char kuey teow for breakfast and lunch;
- All sorts of deep fried fritters ie banana, sweet potatoes and kuih bakul (sticky glutinous rice cake that is usually available during Chinese New Year) for tea;
- Seremban siew bao (baked pork/chicken buns) and mini egg tarts for breakfast and tea; and last but not least...
- Fried noodles ie Hokkien char (fried Hokkien noodles), Cantonese style fried noodles, loh meen (thick soupy noodles) and so forth for dinner and supper!!!
Today I'm featuring the dark side of Weng Hing haha yeah... the stuff available at night fall in this coffee shop. We have one serving of Hokkien Mee (RM6.00) which is the Kuala Lumpur's version that came dark due to the generous usage of dark soy sauce. Take a good look of the plate below... did you noticed that it's full of ingredients instead of noodles??? This is their trademark, the price is slightly higher but its compensated with lots of sliced pork, fish cake, cabbage, choy sum, squid, brown sotong and of course tonnes of lard! Their noodles have enough wok hei (breath of the wok) and its not too wet nor too dry, best suited our tastebud.
If you can't wait to go there for your fix, you might want to try cooking this. Recipe can be found HERE.
We ordered one portion of wart tarn hor (fried kuey teow Cantonese style at RM6.00). I loved the eggy gravy here which is not too starchy and see how it glistened up the rice noodles! The amount of ingredients which are the same as the Hokkien noodles were not compromised too.
Parking might be a bit of a problem cause the parking spaces opposite Weng Hing turned into a hawker square at night. We usually park along the road after turning left at the hawker square.
Kedai Kopi Dan Makanan Weng Hing
183, Jalan Imbi
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