Ah Weng Koh Dry Chicken Curry Wantan Mee
Post by Chiefeater VK
Ah Weng Koh started as a stall at the old Pasar Bukit Bintang in the 1960s. Over the years it has built up a following where people go there for a cup of their Signature Hainan Tea, half boiled eggs, steamed bread or a toast. Since the relocation to ICC Pudu, they have hawker stalls operating within their operating cluster as well.
One of the stalls there is a Wantan Mee stall. They had an option for a dry chicken curry noodle (RM8.50) and that is what I ordered. The order was delivered in short order.
The dish looked good and it tasted good. I liked the firmness of the noodles. I wasn't expecting it. Some parts of the curry chicken meat was slightly mushy though it did taste good. Overall, at RM8.50 I did not have much to complain.
While the Hainan Tea is what Ah Weng Koh is famous for, I had a cup of iced kopi. I enjoyed it. Fragrant and well balanced.
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