While waiting, we ordered a breakfast set (RM5) which comes with toast, half boiled eggs and coffee/tea. The toast was good, nice and crisp :)
Laminated menu on every table
As the restaurant name suggests, the noodles are Hong Kong-style bamboo wantan noodles. We ordered 1 prawn roe 香港虾子面 (RM6 for small) wantan mee as well as 2 bowls of char siu wantan mee 叉烧云吞面 (RM6 for small). The noodles were well worth the wait - springy and toothsome with the wonderful QQ texture.
I actually like the prawn roe noodle here, more than the one at Mak's Chee, as they serve theirs here with a little sauce making the noodles smoother and more flavorful. The char siew here is pretty decent, which Baby D loves and had no problems lapping it up. Each bowl of noodles also comes with 3 pieces of wantan.
The dried prawn roe adds an aromatic dimension to the noodles
To find this place, look for Siewbao Wong (shophouse), and then you will see a banner of a man riding a bamboo pole with the words "Loong Sifu Bamboo Noodle House" on the opposite side of the road.
Opening times: 7am to 4pm.
Price: Total for noodles (RM18), drinks (RM9).
Location: Loong Sifu Bamboo Noodle House, No.4 Jalan Lazat, Happy Garden (Taman Gembira), 58200 Kuala Lumpur.