Hong Kee – Wan Tan Mee Stall

Hong Kee - Wan Tan Mee Stall

Lunch hour again, this time it was on a Sunday afternoon where I’m about to have my late lunch.

Guilt conscience was knocking at the door after a few days of constant meat intake, it’s time I have something that’s lighter on the meat so I decided to go for my usual Wan Tan Mee at SS2, Chow Yang side of town.

Hong Kee is the name of the stall (Strangely it seems, this is the 3rd article in a row with a shop or stall with the word KEE in it), you won’t get to see the words HONG KEE any where though unless you know how to read Chinese. So the first thing for you to look out for is a corner lot restaurant called OKAY.

Hong Kee - Wan Tan Mee Stall

It’s on the same row as Kayu Nasi Kandar, just that Kayu is on one end while OKAY is on the other. Once you’re at the restaurant, look for the Wan Tan Mee stall.

Hong Kee - Wan Tan Mee Stall

Shouldn’t be hard to spot, right? I mean look at that. One huge yellow notice with a red WAN TAN MEE stated there. They’re located towards the back of the shop.

A good hint is to see the stall with the most people hanging around it. Yeaaaah, it’s THAT GOOD! I ordered the large version of Wan Tan Mee of course, it comes with barbecued pork and also Wan Tan Soup. So here’s what it looked like……

Hong Kee - Wan Tan Mee Stall

Nice eh? The sweet wan tan gravy was sufficient to soak most of the well-cooked noodle while the tender and sweet barbecued pork adds to the flair of the served dish. If pork is not your thing, you could always order it to be served with chicken meat instead.

I have no idea why do they call it Wan Tan Mee though, considering the noodle and the wan tan are seperate in the first place but really – WHO CARES!

Don’t expect the presentation to be world-class though, this stall caters for huge amount of orders during lunch hour and you could end up in quite a wait.

Here’s where it’s at. Those of you who are familiar with SS2 area shouldn’t have a problem finding it.

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Normally I visit them during the weekend. Crowd is much less after lunch hour, a good time to get the food served fast and well.

They’re open daily, from 11AM to 5PM, with operating hours extended by 1 hour on Weekends (Saturday and Sunday).

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