Every time when I drive along Old Klang Road, I can’t help but to notice scores of people eating at a make shift stall opposite the BHP Petrol station near to the turning to Kuchai Lama from Old Klang Road. Hence, I decided to try out the food one evening just to find out for myself if the food are worth eating. There are actually two stalls there. One is selling ‘Tai Chow’ while the other, Wanton Noodle.
First up, I ordered ‘Wat Tan Hor’ or Flat Rice Noodle with Egg which costs RM 6 per plate.
One of the main criteria for a good plate of Wat Tan Hor is the smoothness of the noodle.
Here, the dish did not disappoint at all. In fact, the noodle has ample ‘Wok Hei’ which made it so tasty. The prawns were also fresh.
Not forgetting, the slices of pork…
The Wanton Noodle (RM 5) was equally good. Slices of barbecued pork complement the dish very well.
Although not as good as Meng Kee Wanton Noodle, it was nevertheless still delicious.
The two stalls are opened from evening till late at night. Good place for people hunting for food at the wee hours of the night.