Monday, December 14, 2009


This wan ton mee stall named Chow Kee is run by a friendly husband and wife team, located inside Restaurant Golden Kimwah in Damansara Kim, Petaling Jaya.

Besides the usual Char siew/wan ton combination, they also have, braised chicken claws with mushroom, Siu kow (pork dumpling), Char Yok (braised pork with black fungus), minced pork and glutinous rice wine chicken.

Today I ordered the dry wanton mee served with glutinous rice wine chicken which was very special, indeed!

The wan ton mee was tossed with good grade light/dark soy sauce, sesame oil, lard oil and served with blanched fat stemmed choy sam and topped with fragrant, tender and meaty glutinous rice wine chicken-Rm4.50/.

Location:corner shop at JalanSS20/11,
Damansara Kim, Petaling Jaya.


EatTravelEat said...

Sounds great! I love chicken marinated in any sort of wine. Looks like a lot of soy sauce in the bowl but I just might be wrong. Me want some now.

SimpleGirl said...

rare combination, but looks yummy!! will b good for chicken lover

sloppy said...

so interesting. never seen any wantan mee served with rice wine chicken before. now ur post got me interested :D

Bangsar-bAbE said...

That's a combo I haven't tried. Looks promising! ;)

Stephanie said...

This is really good! I like wine chicken and wanton noodle. Combined the two... yum yum!! Oh, rm4.50 ok!

Duckie said...

sound good .. looks good too!!!

thenomadGourmand said...

I want!
Must bug Unka to take me there!!

worldwindows said...

Wonder whether the tastes match the noodles? New to me.

FoOd PaRaDiSe said...

Wanton Mee is my gal favourite foods. Especially the springy types of wantan noodle. The noodle seems nice.

Selba said...

Sounds so delicious especially with wine!

foodbin said...

ETEat-the chicken was cooked in rice wine.
SGirl-a good option instead of char siew.
sloppy-it was good.
BBabe-good option.
Stephanie-it's cheap.
Duckie-they have been in business for 30 years.
thenomadGourmand-a lot of other good food in this restaurant.
wwindows-good combination.
FParadise-your gal will like it.
Selba-only the chicken is cooked in glutinous rice wine