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Maybe since I'm an ang moh I don't know how to properly judge a bowl of wanton mee, but I didn't find the KL Wanton Mee at Malaysian Food Street any different than what you get at any coffeeshop. I guess the char siew slices were a bit fattier, which I actually didn't like -- I prefer lean char siew that reminds me of crispy bacon. The noodles weren't anything special either - pretty sure they're store-bought. I did like the wantons though which were salty and had lots of minced pork (it's pork
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Maybe since I'm an ang moh I don't know how to properly judge a bowl of wanton mee, but I didn't find the KL Wanton Mee at Malaysian Food Street any different than what you get at any coffeeshop. I guess the char siew slices were a bit fattier, which I actually didn't like -- I prefer lean char siew that reminds me of crispy bacon. The noodles weren't anything special either - pretty sure they're store-bought. I did like the wantons though which were salty and had lots of minced pork (it's pork, right?) in them.

On the positive, the KL Wanton Mee is one of the cheapest things you can get at Malaysian Food Street at Resorts World Sentosa and it was under $5. But I'll definitely be trying a different stall the next time I'm there.

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