Last Saturday morning after our morning walk session, hubby brought me to this coffee shop called Tian Tian Liang. It's located at the junction between the main road of Jalan Kampung Baru and Jalan Petani Jaya.
FIL introduced the wantan mee to us. It's the most famous wantan mee in Sungai Petani.
When we placed our order, I still have no idea what's so special about the wantan mee here. I'm quite impressed with their method of taking down customer's order. The method is similar to Nando's. They jotted down our order, and gave us a big number plate. We got the no 3! I thought it'll be our turn soon, but I was totally wrong. :(
After waiting for 20 minutes for our wantan mee, our stomachs were growling non-stop. To solve the problem, hubby order 2 yau char kuai for us. It was a wise decision, as this was the most superb yau char kuai that we've tried so far. The dough is freshly made and deep fried on the spot. It's hot and super crunchy. Dip it in coffee.......Oh, you'll feel like you are in the heaven. Some more it's so cheap!
After waiting nearly 35 minutes, finally our wan tan mee turned up. Here it is!
Appearance wise, there's nothing to shout about. It's like the ordinary wantan mee that you can find almost every where. But.......after you take a bite of the noodle, you'll realise the 30 minutes of waiting worth it. It's the most delicious wantan noodle that I've tried so far. It's not only just perfectly cooked and springy, it is also thinner than other wantan noodle. It was observed to be curlier than other noodle too......Oh, now I know, it's the home made noodle from the tauke. No wonder it's so special. Besides, you can find those small pieces of pork lard too. Needless to say, it enhances the taste. Small serving cost for RM2.50 and large for RM3.30. It's compatible to Penang's price.