Ho Seng Kee in Taman Century is one of the most established wanton mee shops in JB.
At Ho Seng Kee, the noodles, wanton and char siew are served in one bowl. A small bowl of clear soup is also provided. The set costs RM4.50.
Ho Seng Kee’s noodles which are made daily at their own factory are fresh, soft, springy and crunchy – as top class wanton noodles should be. The sauce is excellent – it is light, fragrant and just subtly spicy. The amount of sauce provided is just enough to coat the noodles with a thin film of flavour.
The resulting wanton mee which is relatively dry provides a delightful taste experience that has earned Ho Seng Kee a large following of regular customers.
Ho Seng Kee’s wantons are large and filled with generous portions of lightly marinated minced marbled pork. Each bite of the meaty wantons releases the natural sweetness of fresh pork and the fragrance of sesame oil.
Restaurant name: Ho Seng Kee Wanton Noodles
Address: Jalan Kancil,
6 Jan 2012, 20 Dec 2012
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