Pei Fook Special Wantan Mee @ Kota Damansara – Yum Yum Yum.

This was my second trip to Pei Fook. The first was last month. Decided to have some wantan mee for lunch and headed here because I was told that they served pretty good noodles. I arrived around 2.30 pm and was told that almost all the selections for wantan mee was sold out – bummer. 

This second trip to Pei Fook though – I made sure I arrived at lunch time, around 12.30, just to be safe. It was full house. Patron literally had to wait for a table. Lucky me though, as soon as I walked in, a table was leaving. Yay! 


As soon as you enter, there are menus on the table and with the similar concept practiced by Old Town White Coffee – you fill in the sheet provided with the items you are interested to order and then call for the waiter to pass your sheet.


As you can see, they have a relatively extensive selection – from various types of wantan mee, to fried noodles to char siew rice.


Dry Char Siew Wantan Mee (Large), 8.60 ringgit


I ordered for a large plate of wantan noodles because I assumed that similar to most other restaurants, the large size most probably is more of a medium + , and I was hungry, so I thought why not order large. The large size here though, literally comes in a large portion. So – if you feel really hungry and you just wanna “hantam”, then go for it yawww. 

As for its taste, it tasted good. I do not like wantan noodles that are thick in size and thankfully, the ones served here are thin to medium. Soaked with kechup with about 8,9 relatively thick strips of pork meat. If you do not fancy pork meat for today, there is always chicken and fried dumpling meat to satisfy you.


Dumpling (4 pieces), 6.80 ringgit


These are your usual dumplings but with its own individual filling. The filling seemed kindda different from the ones I had before but no less delicious. 


Sin Chew Fried Mee, 7.50 ringgit + Fried Egg, 1.70 ringgit


If you like Singapore style Mee Hoon, you would love this too. I know I do. Dont know why they refer to this style of cooking “Singapore” but what it usually exudes is a perfect blend of sweetness and spicyness with plenty of ingredients – a variety of vegetables and meat. This dish was yummy and it embodied all the characteristics of a Singapore styled noodles. Loved it.


Would I head here again?

Most definitely. It is nearby and serves good food. Would love to head back and try other dishes.


Address: 61 G, The Strand, Jalan PJU 5/21, Kota Damansara 47810, Petaling Jaya


Opening hours: Everyday. 7 am – 5 pm.



Signing out now, Ciao.


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