Wednesday, July 18, 2018

Wantan Mee @ Triple San Restaurant (333 小食店), Cheras, KL

For fans of 333 小食店, this family-owned noodle stall has recently relocated to a shoplot in Taman Orkid Desa (look out for the signboard Triple San). They are most famous for their wantan mee with various toppings, as well as their tong sui dessert. Other than that, they also offer pork noodles, rice wine noodle, pepper pork tripe noodle, pan mee, curry mee and more.

The new shop is bright and clean and operates between 11am to 9pm daily (except Thursdays). I had the wantan mee with char siew (RM6) while Hubby had the Hakka fried pork wantan mee (RM7.50). I like the thin springy noodles, which are coated in a dark sauce. The char siew was a bit too lean for my liking, so I'll stick to the dumplings (sui kow) next time. My noodles also came with three wantan in a small bowl of soup.

The Hakka fried pork is essentially pork belly deep fried and then braised with wood fungus (mok yee) and spices... pretty good.

They also offer many types of different tong sui (Chinese dessert soup) - I had the black glutinous rice tong sui (RM2.50)... it was thick and creamy. Delicious!


Opening times: 11am - 9pm. Closed on Thursdays.

Price: Total bill RM20, including drinks.

Location: Triple San Restaurant (333 小食店),  4, Jalan 10/142, Taman Orkid Desa, 56000 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.

Tel: 012-266 6932

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1 comment:

  1. Char siew looks good and the wanton too. Never had the Hakka pork before, looks great too!


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