Thursday, 5 July 2012

Traditional White Wantan Noodles @ Pek Kong Cheng 伯公埕, Bukit Mertajam, Penang

Traditional White Wantan Noodles @ Pek Kong Cheng 伯公埕, Bukit Mertajam, Penang

The place where all local known the best food spot in Bukit Mertajam, since the old day. Many of the eaters from Penang island or Kulim, Kedah, they purposely drive an hours just to eat those food. See how attracting of this delicious local delight. This area is operate at 24 hours except some of them are off for Public holiday or Chinese festive. So, try your luck! And of course all stall are not operate at 24 hours, some stall open at early morning, some only at night and some may only open during midnight.
Few months back, I come for breakfast on this traditional wantan noodles , Mee Tai Mak and Kuey Chap. Unfortunately, Kuey Chap stall was off on that day. Nevermind, this two noodles are enough to fill me up.

White Wantan Mee (Soup version) RM3
White Wantan Mee (Dry version) RM3
There are two version dry and soup base. Myself prefer the soup base wantan mee. I like their noodles texture chewy alike hakka noodles with less oily version. But something disappointed was their wantan was getting small, like about a coin size only. No doubt is getting expensive this day.  
Mee Tai Mak (Lou Shu Feng)  RM3
This is best to consume with their diluted chili sauce (forgotten to take pictures), add in according to your spicy level. Normally before eat, I prefer add in a full spoon of chili sauce (not that spicy) and its open up all flavor. So delicious. 
The stall is located just right beside this Chinese temple (Tua Pek Kong 大伯公). However beside this white wantan noodles and Mee Tai Mak, there are still a lot choices of famous food like Hokkien Mee (Prawn noodles), Kuey Chap (Mix Pork noodles), Curry Noodles and more can be found at the back of hidden street.  


Address : Pek Kong Cheng (Tokong Pek Kong) 伯公埕
(Jalan Pasar, Bukit Mertajam)
GPS : N05 21. 848'  E100 27.668'

Business Hour :  5am - sold out


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12 comments:

  1. I was wondering what is mee tai mak. then I saw your explanation. I see from the photo that pls looks similar to madras lane in petaling street.

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  2. dilluted chili sauce? hahhaa...

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    1. @henry is good with mee tai mak..

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  3. The white wantan mee is tasteless one. I use to work in Bandar Perda so had this for a while for lunch.

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    1. @ken sure bo.. but i taste it nicely..

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  4. yum yum! me likey! I love the mee with tender meat . . . cant hold for craving it lol

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    1. @KKF And also hard to find it here!

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  5. looks good, will go and try next time :P

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    1. @ken Must try food is BM!

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  6. I still prefer black black wonton mee but the Mee Tai Mak looks good with some minced meat on it~

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    1. @choiyen Em.. this one special and traditional recipes one..

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