I've read a while ago boo_licious had posted about some changes over at Kedai Kopi Dan Makanan Weng Hing. Just like her, I hate changes but there are so many things going on with the eateries in the Klang Valley that it's so hard to keep up with. One day they are open, the next day they're gone!
One evening, Capt'n Hook drove to this corner shop hoping to eat the delish Hokkien Mee and I kept my fingers crossed that the stall would still be operating there. After gotten a very nice parking space right in front of the shop, I looked around... phewwww... thank goodness the stall is still there. I checked inside, the shop was given a new coat of paint and broken tiles were replaced on the walls and floor. Looked like a good clean up was done too but most importantly, the stalls operating are still intact! Thank goodness, otherwise it's hard to find a one-stop shop to savour pork ball noodles (sarm kan chong style); char koay teow; chicken rice; ccf and egg tarts. However, the only change was the management of the coffee shop and the shop has been renamed to Restoran Win Heng Seng.
We have our standard order of Hokkien Mee (I think it's still the same price at RM6.00 for one single portion). We liked this dry version, full of wok hei (breath of the wok) and as usual filled to the brim with ingredients.
This round, I asked for Loh Meen (thick noodles in thick eggy soup). Loved it with a squeeze of black vinegar. Just like the Hokkien Mee, this loh meen is laden with the same amount of ingredients. We slurped up the noodles plus soup until the bowl went clean.
Boy, I'm really glad the stall is still here!!!
Review: Pork Ball Noodles at Kedai Kopi Dan Makanan Weng Hing
Review: Fried Noodles at Weng Hing
Restoran Win Heng Seng
183, Jalan Imbi
Psssttt those of you who were asking what was boiboi's fave car, here's one to refresh your memory :P
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