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Whenever anyone spoke of Klang & food in the same sentence, it is almost always about bak kut teh, and while it is true that the best BKTs in the land can be found right at Klang, the district also offers one other dish that’s unique to this area which I absolutely love – the Klang style red wine mee suah.

Eng Ann Coffee Shop, Klang
Eng Ann Coffee Shop, Klang

My other Klang comfort food – red wine mee suah. Unlike the fuchow version it’s actually not red in color and usually tested with a hint of spiciness. I’ve asked the stall to add vege to mine. At Eng Ann Coffee Shop . #kyeats #breakfast #kopitiam #redwinemeesuah #tamanengann #klang

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Not to be confused with fuchow red wine mee suah that is actually red in color (such as this one at Sentul), the Klang red wine mee suah uses a different concoction of wine that is actually yellowish in color. Additionally, while fuchow mee suah comes with chicken, Klang style is served with pork slices (or minced pork), poached egg, and finely chopped fried ginger.

Klang style red wine mee suah
Klang style red wine mee suah

The bowl you see on the above picture is a typical serving of Klang red wine mee suah, with the exception of having vegetable. They are usually served without, but often you can get the stall owner to add some if you prefer some greens in your breakfast.

As for taste, it usually carries a pretty strong rice wine taste with a slightly sour note in the soup base, with poach egg and those fried ginger providing balance and complexity to the dish. It is one of the better comfort food if you’re looking for something soupy and rejuvenating in the a.m.

a poached egg with semi runny yolk on the mee suah
a poached egg with semi runny yolk on the mee suah

A typical bowl of Klang red wine mee suah runs anywhere from RM 6.50 – RM 7.50, you do pay slightly more than other hawker dishes in the area due to (I presume) the cost of alcohol used.

If you find yourself at Klang next time, give this under-represented dish a try, you may just like it! They’re available at majority of the kopitiam in Klang.

map to Eng Ann Coffee Shop

Eng Ann Coffee Shop
2, Lorong Kasawari 4,
Taman Eng Ann,
41150 Klang, Selangor
GPS3.056437, 101.459347

Discuss : KY eats – Klang Style Red Wine Mee Suah, Taman Eng Ann

  1. Klang style? It sure looks different from our Sibu Foochow-style one. Would love to try!

  2. kekeke rosberg

    if that kopi shop play UB40 background music then lagi best wan #mood

  3. KY, the weather been very cold from the northern front about 35 to 40 degree now. A hot bowl of mee suah with egg sound and look good right now.

  4. Eggs always make things taste better!

  5. The soup looks like ordinary soup noodles to me, I thought it will have slightly yellowish hue like the yellow wine chicken.

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