Pudu Chan Fatt Wanton Mee Review


By far most of the food review of mine consist of high end or fine dining. This time let us get to something which most people will be dying to get. WAN TAN MEE!

It is rather normal for people in Penang to get Wan Tan Mee whenever they want but in Kuala Lumpur, it is one of the least food I have seen being served here. 

You seriously don't have to travel all the way to Penang in order to get these to die for food! What attracted me the most is their breakfast set which is the main highlight.



Breakfast Set



Butter Kaya Sandwich + 2 Half Boiled Eggs + Drink RM5



Butter Kaya Hainan Bread + 2 Half Boiled Eggs + Drink RM5

These are definitely a great buy personally for me. Usually, the portion is way smaller whenever I get this type of set in Penang.

Here it comes in a pair both bread and egg and together with the drinks it cost you only RM5.00! 

I truly enjoyed the egg as I can rarely make my own half boiled egg and theirs was perfect!

Main Dishes

Char Siew Wanton Mee RM7.50 
Definitely, a must try! For a Wan Tan Mee lover, this has now entered into my new favourite list.


Sui Kaw Noodle RM8.50
I really love how each dumpling comes in a huge portion


Lam Yu Pork Noodles, RM8.50
The pork was fried well and I was craving for more after eating it. Especially when it is mixed with the sauce!


Curry Laksa with Chicken, RM7.50
I liked the gravy of this. It was just nice and wasn't too spicy to a point where you get gerd! LOL!



 Poached Boneless Chicken Rice RM7.00



Lion Head Meatballs RM8.50


Homemade Lion Head Meat Balls, RM8.50




Side Dishes


Fried Wanto
Fried Sui Kow

You don't only get to enjoy the main dishes. They also have interesting side dishes which can be added to your main meal. 

I will advise you all to order one and share with your loved one as your main meal comes in a decent portion.

It was very crispy and delicious. Since it was only fried when the order comes in so it fresh and wasn't oily like other fried food. 



Overall the customer service was good. I heard they recently renovated their place and the pictures attached are the pictures before the renovation.

Not only that, this place has a good history where Wong Poon, an immigrant from China mastered the skill of making wanton mee in the traditional way by kneading and rolling a huge bamboo pole.

Together with his wife Lee Yit Yee who has great culinary skills they opened a small stall at Pudu Market selling their speciality char siew and sui gau wanton mee in 1955.

Their Wan Tan mee became a huge success. When business prospered they moved to a bigger space and became one of the most dominating wanton mee shop at Pudu Market. They named it Chan Fatt.

Since the year 1996, they have retired and closed their shop. Now in the year of 2017, they made a comeback to bring the most perfect bowl of Wanton Mee! 

Location:

Pudu Chan Fatt Wanton Mee
52G, Jalan SS 21/58, 
Damansara Utama, 47400 
Petaling Jaya, Selangor, Malaysia

Opening Hours:
 7.30 am - 10.00 pm

Contact:
 +60 3-7733 9100

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