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I love old school hawker stalls, and Heng Kee wantan mee is probably one of the longest serving old school wan tan mee stall you can find anywhere, having been operation for at least 40 years or so. The current operator is the second generation owner, and he isn’t young.

this wantan mee has been in operation for decades
this wantan mee has been in operation for decades

Like many wan tan mee places, there are a few options to choose from.

Wantan mee Heng Kee (or was it Yap & Low?) by the medan selera next to Klang bus depot. From lunch to tea time. Got "kacang" too, yums. #kyeats #lunch #wantanmee #klang #hawker #lard #nonhalal

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You have the normal wan tan mee (RM 4.30 / RM 4.80), wantan mee with curry chicken rendang, wantan mee with mushroom and shredded chicken, with chicken feet and mushroom, a spicy version (RM 4.80 / RM 5.30), and sui kao (RM 1).

did you notice the lard? lard makes it 2x better!
did you notice the lard? lard makes it 2x better!

I tried their normal version of wan tan mee with charsiu and wantan (RM 4.30), and to be honest, I can’t really pinpoint what any particular one item that makes it so good. Everything just came together, the lard, the sauces, the way the noodle tastes.

If you’re a wantan mee fan, this is one to check out. Klang doesn’t just have yummy bak kut teh after all. 🙂

map to Klang old school wantan mee

Address:
Wantan Mee Stall
Jalan Pasar & Jalan Raja Hassan
Klang, Selangor
GPS3.047303, 101.447261
Tel: 016-385 6363
Hours: lunch till tea time

Discuss : KY eats – Heng Kee Wan Tan Mee near Pasar Jawa, Klang

  1. KY, wow curry wonton noodle sound so different and so good. Wish I could have some in states.
    I guess have make it at home still that sound nice. 😛

  2. Yes i am a huge fan of wanton mee 😀

  3. Don’t think I’d order the chicken feet, but the regular version looks yummy.

  4. Looks good. Never been to Klang, but if I do get to drop by, I would want their bak kut teh – like no other, I hear.

  5. Mr KY,

    3.0392027,101.4349306 the coordinate for a chinese popiah vendor on motorcycle at klang (jalan mengkuang). Before it was his father who runs it, but now the son takes over. by the way im from klang and eats halal food……

    https://www.google.com.my/maps/place/3%C2%B002'21.1%22N+101%C2%B026'05.8%22E/@3.0392027,101.4349306,3a,90y,318.69h,83.72t/data=!3m4!1e1!3m2!1sqGUbjzcFXNvP7xPcVMh-hQ!2e0!4m2!3m1!1s0x0:0x0

  6. fan heart clogging tastic, uncle

  7. Hi KY!

    Would like to suggest you drop by in Taiping to try out the Wanton Mee there. The handmade noodles are slightly different than anything you have in Klang Valley and are definitely nicer! Since you are Penang Lang, I thought you might be interested to drop by on your way home!

    I would recommend two places to try: Prima Kopitiam’s soup version, then Tong Ah Kopitiam and Kwai Lerk Seafood Restaurant for the dry version.

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