Finally hubby has brought me to this stall after mentioning it for quite some time. He was introduced to this place by his colleagues. It actually locates not too far from our home and takes about 10 minutes drive to the place. Well, it is not really that easy to look for this place, as it is located in a factory area and thus, need you to have your own transport to be there. Just search on POI for “Meng Kee Char Siew” and you will be guided to this place.
The business starts at 9am and ends when it is sold off. We arrived there approximately 9am and found it to be already packed. However, we did not have to wait for a seat. Upon arrival, the lady took our order. She told us that we have to order a set of chicken and char siew, and not allowed to order one person’s chicken and two person’s char siew. Well, hubby says that it is their tactic as every customers love their char siew. So, hubby ordered a set of two, plus bean sprout and the pork intestine. He also ordered two glasses of plain water.
Food is served in 5 minutes. There was no soup for ordering rice. Hubby has to add on wantan soup for them to send us a bowl of soup. The rice is actually good – better than the chicken rice ball @ Kedai Kopi Chung Wah, Malacca. Nevertheless, though the chicken is good; it is not as smooth as in Kedai Kopi Chung Wah. On the other hand, the char siew is compatiable to the ones in the famous wantan mee stall in Aman Suria.
Price wise, it is not that cheap. For the meal, it cost RM33.10. Service wise – average.
We noticed that most people eat their wantan mee during day time. Well, I guess we will be back for that.