Places in Malaysia Site Map
Penang Wan Than Mee (Chinese)
Rotating Logos

Wan Than is actually minced pork meat wrapped with a thin layer wheat sheet. Wan Than Mee can be in the form of thin stripes (normal) or wider type. It is made from wheat too. Wan Than Mee is usually dipped into boiling water to make it warm and soften it. There are two methods of serving this food.
Rotating Logos

The first method is shown on the left side photo where the mee is added to some oil and sauces like soy sauce and black sweet sauce. A small bowl of soup is served together with it. The other method is putting soup (boiled with chicken and / or pig bones) onto it together with the other ingredients as shown in the right side photo. The ingredients added to it include wan than, chicken meat, char siew and some vegetables. Some stalls may add mushroom to it.

This food can be found in most coffee shops. One bowl of this food is normally RM3.00 to RM3.50 (year 2013 price). Instead of using the wan than mee, hor fun can also be used instead of the mee.
Penang Wan Than Mee (Dry) Photo
Penang Dry Wan Than Mee Photo
Penang Wan Than Mee (Soup)
Penang Wan Than Mee Soup Photo

The owner of will not be responsible for any error in information provided.
Any loss resulting from the information provided in this site, directly or /and indirectly will be at your own expense and the owner will not take any responsibility whatsoever. See Disclaimer

Valid CSS! Valid XHTML 1.1
© 2007 to 2013 Created by YYOng. Tested with Mozilla 1.2.1 (Netscape 5.0), SeaMonkey 1.1.18, Opera 10 and IE7.    Disclaimer    Policy    Terms    Archive
For technical or contents issues regarding this site, email YYOng or contact me.
As this site contains dynamic html, I recommend 4.0+ browsers. Please use font size not less than 12 pixels and not more than 18 pixels for better display.