This nameless wanton noodles stall is unmissable along the busy Chulia Street night food market - it’s got the biggest crowd around, and getting a seat can be a daunting challenge. But its wanton mee is the best-tasting I’d had in Penang.
Come early - around 6pm - to snare a table at this famous wanton noodles stall along Chulia Street (opposite Mugshot Café).
Penang-style wanton noodles has a more al dente texture compared to KL-style wanton noodles. But the dressing is the same: a blend of dark & light soy sauce, oyster sauce, sesame oil, pork lard, and shallot-garlic oil.
Penang-style wanton noodles usually has a mix of poached and deep-fried wantons - something you won’t find elsewhere in Malaysia, or the world!