If you’re craving for a good old wan tan mee (雲吞面 aka dumpling noodles) in Klang, I would recommend a good place to go — Indiana Cafe.
Wan tan mee is a common street food which can be found practically in all food courts, however to find a tasty one requires an adventurous foodie soul.
It is a dish of egg noodles served with wan tan, slices of char siew (BBQ pork), leafy vegetables usually choy sum, garnished with spring onions and available in dry or in soup variation.
Okay so back to the place I mentioned.
They have a few stalls inside the cafe. You may spot the wan tan mee stall on the right once you entered.
An old couple runs the stall, moving like buzzing bees serving the queue of customers who ordered.
While waiting I noticed the cafe is designed in open style with traces of the Malay kampung rustic charm.
It is not crowded with people but some customers sitting scattered, giving you a peaceful environment to enjoy the food.
We waited quite awhile before food is served.
First there is the wan tan mee soup.
Too bad I’m not a food connoisseur to get the ingredients of the soup right but I guess it was cooked by using pork bones and chicken. The stock tastes thick with depth of sweetness that goes very well with the noodles.
Then there is the dry wan tan mee.
The noodles tossed in dark soy sauce and oils are springy and chewy. It does not taste bland like some others I’ve tried.
Having a mouthful with the char siew and pickled green chillies keeps you wanting for more.
Not to mention the pint sized pork filling wan tan tastes good too.
Somehow I find the opening hours for this place is a little odd.
There are times when I visit they are closed, and for this visit I am lucky to finally tuck in for a meal.
After doing some search on the net, I got the opening hours listed below for those who wish to go.
My Rating : 4/5
Persiaran Raja Muda Musa,
Taman Sri Pesona, 41200 Klang, Selangor.
Operation Hours :
Monday – Wednesday >>> 8:00am – 2:00pm, 6:00pm – 12:00am
Thursday >>> 1:00pm – 2:00pm, 7:00pm – 2:00am
Friday >>> 8:00am – 2:00pm, 6:00pm – 12:00am
Saturday – Sunday >>> 8:00am – 2:00am