This dish interested me in a way, that I have heard a lot of debates about how it resemble the wonton noodle and Koloo mee. And for my luck, I was able to find one stall during KL stays. This stall located really close to Imbi monorial station and you need to walk over Berjaya Time Squares shopping mall, a few street behind mall. There are two variety of Kampua Mee, one with sweet soy sauce and without. Without hesitage, I ordered the sweet soy sauce version as usually a Penangite will do. It does resemble the wonton mee in Penang without wontons(dumplings). But it is common Kampua Mee vendor sells dumplings for additional charges. The only different I realize is the texture of the egg noodle, softer than wonton mee and Koloo noodle, but not so curly like Koloo Noodle. The noodle is not made by machine. The oil they used for the dish is pork lard. Like the signature dish in wonton mee, Char Siew slices are on top. I realize also in my portion has more sliced spring onions and roasted onions, these two ingrediants always make any pasta, pizza or noodle tasted so fanstastic. If they would make the dish with Belacan Chili dipping, for sure I will be more addicted to it.
If you are coming from KL Sentral Monorial Station and go towards Titiwangsa direction, just stay off at Imbi Monorial Station, which is the closest station to this food restaurant.
- 1. Remember to take enough coins for commune bus's ticket. Driver won't return small changes
- 2. Always take a package of tissue paper along. Kopitiam, low cost cafeteria doesn't include one in wash room.
- 3. KL route planner web site: KL (Kuala Lumpur) Journey Planner(http://jp.myrapid.com.my/)
- 4. Type of socket/plug is like the one used in UK, G type(UK).
- 5. Tap water: Recommending to boil it first. A bottle of mineral water costs less than an euro.