Monday, 10 August 2015

Thai Wanton Noodles !?!

This is a very VEry VERY big world. Even though they have the same name, but a dish prepared and sold in one end of the globe might ended up to be very different on the other end. And this has something to do with this post.

'Thai Wanton Mee'
Setting the chilli powder and sliced chillies aside, this looks pretty much like
the usual 'Wanton Noodles' that one can get in Singapore, except for the part
that the 'Wanton' are missing. Anyway though the springy and chewy Noodles are a
big (+), but I am actually quite disappointed with the overall taste of the Noodles.
Marked with the word 'Thai', I was expecting a sour and spicy sensation, but it's
simply not there. However, the slices of pork reminds me of the nice Japanese
'Char Siew'(Barbecue Pork), these slices of meat ain't too dry and at the same time
it still have the nice chewy sensation. Maybe I really have to go for the 'Spicy'
version to get what I desire? But wait, the 'Wanton' are still missing...

In fact, the 'Wanton' are served in a separate bowl of soup. The taste of the bowl
of soup is slightly a bit too bland for me. And there's nothing special about the
'Wanton', I wonder if the 'Fried Wanton' would be any better than those that are
served in a bowl of soup...

Here's the 'Thai Wanton Mee' set that I had for dinner that day. Maybe I should give
the 'Spicy Thai Wanton Mee' a good try one of these days...

So where can you give the 'Wanton Noodles' a try?
The name of this place would be 'BaaMee Bangkok'.
It's located along 'Syed Alwi Road', which is also located near 'Mustafa'.

Opening Hours:
  • Daily: 11:00 - 21:00

* Click here for the Facebook page of 'BaaMee Bangkok'.
^ Click here for the location of 'BaaMee Bangkok' on Google Maps.

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