Every state certainly do have their own flavour profile. Char Koey Teow from Penang, KL, Johor certainly taste different. When last year went to Batu Pahat, I was introduce to this Famous Ah See Wan Tan Mee to try out. This wan tan mee in Batu Pahat have been operating more than 60 years which is all the way since 1950’s yet still thriving today. This street food is famous amongs the locals too.
I was lucky that it was less crowd on that day where usually he do have a long queue.
of course Wan Tan mee need to have, wantan, char siew slices their own chili paste and some add in their own special gravy too.
Noodle texture here is certainly different. abit chewy, slightly fatter and certainly the sauce that they have is one of its kind. Unique yet pretty good.
Wan ton size here is slightly bigger compare to KL too, in a normal traditionally wan tan mee per plate. Adding their own chili sauce is abit unique but still prefer the original taste which is better. Simple and direct.
Best of all quite similar to Penang version for the char siew slices in red been added.
For a small town that is rich with culture and street food, this place is certainly one of the place to begin with for breakfast.
After this wan tan mee, you can hop to next door for cafe chilling. a place which is rich with collectable items and have rules and regulations to follow. Cafe Niqiu.
-= Ka Ching =-
Food Rating 7.5/10, Wan tan mee worth trying, will come back !!!~-Stamped-
–Warning– This is based on my individual taste. Try it at your own risk-
Chop See Kee or Ah See wanton mee, 亞泗雲吞面
2, Jalan Jenang Dalam,
Kampung Pegawai, 83000
Batu Pahat, Johor
Operating Hours : 9am – 8pm
Tel: 07-448 4646