Mee Wah restaurant , Bidor
While On The Way Back to Ipoh From KL,I Gonna stop by at Bidor For This Mee Wah Wan ton mee... i Missed this shop Last time bcoz their was closed when i was there.... huhu
And the finally i can a have try here and it was my first visit anyway
i reach here during lunch hour and was full of people , its was been recommended by my friend...I'M always was A solo food hunter
Wonder no more as shrimps the size of a thumb wrapped in silky smooth dumpling skin is a regular feature at the Bidor Mee Wah Restaurant in Bidor , Stall owner Loke Mei Ying said filling the wantan with whole shrimp instead of chopped or ground shrimps helped to give it a crunchy texture.
“It allows one to taste the tenderness of the shrimp while relishing its natural texture,”
Loke, 42, who has been selling wantan noodles at the town for about 30 years now, said the whole shrimp wantans was well-received by her customers.
While Loke spends much attention on creating the special wantans, she does not neglect the quality of her noodles, making sure they are cooked in controlled water temperatures.
“The noodles tend to become soft and slimy if the water is too hot,” she explained.
Loke, who took over the business from her mother some 16 years ago, had learned the trade when she was just 12 years old.
“Till this day, I follow closely to the recipe and techniques passed down from my grandmother so that the original taste of our family wantan noodles is maintained. “My grandmother was an expert in all sorts of soup noodles,” said Loke, adding she would passed down the family trade to her three teenage sons.
Two of them have already started helping them at her stall.
“I was surprised when they told me they were interested in learning how to make wantan noodles,”
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Mee Wah Restaurant
No 1, Jalan Besar,
35500 Bidor, Perak, Malaysia
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