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Several weeks ago I found myself at Desa Park City at Yee Hou’s place, with the boy promising that he’d bring me to one of the better wantan mee stalls around the area – Ming Kee Wan Tan Mee at Taman Bukit Maluri.

Ming Kee Wan Tan Mee, Taman Bukit Maluri
Ming Kee Wan Tan Mee, Taman Bukit Maluri

The restaurant is located at the heart of the small township, basically surrounded by the busy morning market. If you go on a weekends, expect to spend some time in getting your car parked, but you’d also be rewarded by the energy and joy of the market, with fresh produce and freshly slaughtered meat for your picking, all at rather reasonable prices too.

The restaurant itself has a single stall set up straight out of the 80s, with the operators probably still wearing the same cloths  and enthusiasm from a few decades ago, when TV had a dial, and you’re interrupted by Berita Malam Ini in the middle of your favorite CNY movies.

chicken feet, or curry chicken? Take your pick
chicken feet, or curry chicken? Take your pick

Anyway, the stall offers wantan mee in a few different options – the classic chasiu & wantan, curry chicken, or chicken feet. The latter two being the recommended options, so that’s what I tried.

Curry broth was thick and flavorful, with a healthy portion of chicken drumstick too, but if you eat chicken feet at all, the version here is definitely one of the better ones I had this part of Klang Valley, they’re soft, tender, and almost melt in your mouth, no teeth required!

the "sui kao", or dumpling, is proper delicious too
the “sui kao”, or dumpling, is proper delicious too

Sui Kaw here is proper delicious as well, and I’d definitely asked for more pork cracklings the next time I’m there, and yeap I’d wan to go there again.

map to Ming Kee wantan mee, Taman Bukit Maluri

Address:
Ming Kee Wan Tan Mee
33, Jalan Burung Tiong,
Taman Bukit Maluri,
52100 Kuala Lumpur
GPS: 3.200758, 101.631882
Tel: 03-6251 0032

Discuss : KY eats – Ming Kee Wan Tan Mee, Taman Bukit Maluri

  1. Wowww!!! The curry chicken is so red! Must be super hot! I like!!!

  2. Yes, this place is amazing!

    We eat the noodles easily once a fortnight. Tapau, makan there, eat otw back cos cannot tahan.

  3. Hmmmm I stay near there and I don’t even know! Gonna give it a try soon.

  4. What’s a good CNY movie to watch this year after a wantan mee lunch? 😀

  5. Should be a good sign being right next door to the market. Access to fresh produce 🙂

  6. I dined in here a few times (my area :P) but I don’t think I tried chicken feet before, although I’m a fan 😛

  7. kekeke rosberg

    What is origin of the name sui kao? This is your next assignment ah uncle KY #suikao

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