Tuesday, November 17, 2009

Chan Weng Kee, SS2

Amy was craving for Ho Weng Kee some months back- and we decided to pop over to SS2. But to our surprise, Ho Weng Kee was no longer there, but taken over by another wantan mee shop called Chan Weng Kee.
With her cravings doused, we went somewhere else for lunch instead...
One fine day recently, Amy suggested to try Chan Weng Kee- she was craving for wantan mee. With or without Ho Weng Kee.
The shop was still packed with patrons, a rather good sign that the wantan mee should still be good..
Amy and WF had the wantan mee with char siew and pork wantan..
The wantan noodles were springy and had a firm bite to it. The char siew and wantan was quite nice- the char siew was not melt in mouth though, but chunky, solid ones. Still quite tasty nonetheless. I prefer Ho Weng Kee's sauce base though, something was lacking in Chan Weng Kee's, making it less aromatic.
I had the beef brisket noodles..
The wantan noodles had the same springy consistency, while the beef was tender to the bite. The brisket was ok though I felt that the beef tendon was overcooked- it was sticky and soft, rather that the slightly bouncy texture that I prefer. I find the star anise flavour over powering too, dominating the beef and sauce flavours.
We shared a plate of roast pork and char siew..
For me, the roast pork was better than the char siew, the skin was crackling, the meat was firm yet had the subtle flavours from the spiced marination.
Overall, CWK's noodles were definitely decent, but I still prefer HWK's.
Chan Weng Kee is located at No 32, Jalan SS2/66, Petaling Jaya, Selangor.

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Anonymous ciki said...

CWK looks a lot like HWK la.. rite? LOL

18 November, 2009  
Blogger "Joe" who is constantly craving said...

looks like one heck of a good siew yuk la..

18 November, 2009  
Blogger J2Kfm said...

that's a whole load of meat for a simple meal. :)
can see that the roast pork was almost uniformed in size, colors and thickness. meticulous preparation. how much did that plate cost?

18 November, 2009  
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18 November, 2009  
Blogger sc said...

ciki: exactly the same outlook except for the surname and food taste :p

joe: pretty good but served cold..

j2kfm: now you know the carnivore in me :p. a nice uncle paid for our bill...we never knew the cost la..

anon: thanks for popping by!

18 November, 2009  
Anonymous jason said...

I think Boo mentioned that they changed the proprietor.

23 November, 2009  
Blogger boo_licious said...

HWK opened up at Hutong, Lot 10 - so you can get yr fix there!

23 November, 2009  
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Blogger backStreetGluttons said...

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24 November, 2009  
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