Shi Fu Wantan Mee @ Taman Segar, Cheras

On 9/01/2010 07:38:00 PM
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Whenever I go to Leisure Mall at Taman Segar, Cheras, I'll definitely pass by this restaurant with brightly-lit red lanterns. Shi Fu Wantan Mee (师傅云吞面) started about a year ago has captured the attention of many passer-by with their old Chinese themed restaurant.

Just like the old restaurants in a typical Chinese kungfu movie, it's decorated with wooden tables and chairs, lots of red lanterns, wooden signboards with golden Chinese writings embossed and wooden plank walls. To strengthen this feeling, they even have a TV on with the old school kungfu movies. To all the kungfu masters out there, this could be your favorite hang out spots.

Dry wantan mee with thin noodle (RM 5.50), served with a bowl of wantan. The noodles were just average, I'd still prefer the Sg. Besi wantan mee. On that day, I was there late and they ran out of char siew wantan mee. Same price but only with less wantan (I've had the char siew during my first visit and it wasn't that great either).

The bowl of wantan that came together with the noodles. The wantan were good though, with 6 decent big size wantan wrapped in fresh pork filling.

Dai Po Mee (RM 5) or also known as Hakka mee, with springy home-made egg noodles served with minced pork, wantan and topped with chopped spring onions. Wasn't that bad for KL/PJ standard, but again, no Hakka mee in KL/PJ yet to come close with Tow Kee from Seremban.

The World Spiciest Pan Mee (天下第一辣, RM 9), served with fried anchovies, minced pork, fried shallots, poached egg and lots of chili! World Spiciest?! We had bowls of chili pan mee in the past and survived it, so this shouldn't be a big deal what?! Okay, I was was indeed extremely spicy till you can taste the bitter-ness of the chili! It wasn't enjoyable at all - face went red, mouth and tongue started to numb, started to sweat with tingling burning sensation in the stomach. For all these and RM 9, I wouldn't recommend you to take up such daring challenge, plus it wasn't that fantastic either, it was just plain spicy! Well, maybe you can try the World Second Spiciest Pan Mee instead.

Just right above, maybe we'll meet again at the Dragon Door Steamboat (龍門客棧) - the place where all the kungfu heroes gather in the old Chinese kungfu movies.

Verdict: No doubt I was attracted in first time by the extreme front-door deco especially with the rows of red lanterns. I'm sure it'll work on every other passer-by as well. But still, I wasn't that keen with their noodles.

No. 18GF,
Jalan Manis 4, Taman Segar,
56100 Cheras,
Kuala Lumpur
Tel: 03-9131 4362
Business Hours: Opens daily from 9.30am - 12.30am
Pork Free: No
GPS: 3.089340, 101.742550

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