Wanton Noodle Soup in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Wanton Noodle soup in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Today’s travel photo is of a bowl of wanton noodle soup in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. I got this dish on my very first night in Kuala Lumpur, bought from a hawker stall along Jalan Sultan in Chinatown. The wantons were a delicious mix of pork and shrimp, served with noodles, greens and slices of pork in a mouthwatering broth, plus plenty of chili marinated in soy sauce on the side for extra flavour. The dish was absolutely delicious, and it only cost 4 Ringit ($1.30). There’s nothing like good street food.

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7 comments… add one
  • Stef Feb 5, 2014

    It’s lunchtime and really mean to publish such a tasty looking photo 🙂 That’s really cheap and probably a very delicious lunch, I’m also a big fan of street food.

    • Dean Wickham Feb 15, 2014

      Haha, sorry Stef. I wish it were possible to get this sort of street food everywhere. That would be nice wouldn’t it?

  • PetiteFromage Feb 9, 2014

    This image is making my mouth water! It looks as delicious as you described it.

    • Dean Wickham Feb 15, 2014

      It was very delicious. The picture makes my mouth water as well.

  • Kristy of Visa USA Feb 17, 2014

    It looks delicious during the cold weather and it is cheap too!

  • Bencep Baygan Feb 19, 2014

    Looks very yummy! Almost the same with our “Batchoy” soup here in the Philippines. Better try it too.

    • Dean Wickham Mar 18, 2014

      Oh I will definitely have to try it when I finally get to the Philippines. Thanks for the tip.

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