Wan Tan Noodles, typical food for Malaysian Chinese where people have it for breakfast, lunch, dinner or supper, such simple food yet there are vast numbers of ways to do it differently, from the sauce, the 'Char Siew' (meat), the 'wan tan' (dumpling), the 'soup', the noodles etc. And everyone of them taste differently and special in its on way. Which is why everyone has their own particular taste when it comes eating wan tan noodles.
There's this particular stall that I love when it comes to eating Wan Tan Noodles in Malacca. The only shop in Malacca that gives you 'Siew Bak' along with 'Char Siew' with thick and flavorful sauce that suits me well as I'm that kind of guy that loves strong taste of food, the noodles were served along with a bowl of flavorful broth holding three little wan tans inside, wan tans are small but the filling is succulent and tasty. The stall was run by a family, a husband and wife combo along with the assistant from their children ever since God knows how long, the stall starts selling at 9pm in the evening and towards 2 or 3am in the morning, definitely a good place for wan tan's fanatics after sundown. Price ranges from RM 4-5, apart from that the stall provides curry noodles (not bad as well), chicken feet, and some green 'choi sam' with sesame oil.
The stall is located inside an old style coffee shop known as Restaurant Dong Fang, somewhere along the road of Bukit Cina's wet market. Come early around 9pm or late after 12pm as it gets crowded especially during the weekends.
Happy Eating~ =)