There are more than 10 types of wantan mee you can look for, available in dry base and soup base, topped with different ingredients. You can either stick to the most basic by having only wantan, or add on char siew and dumpling; or switch to braised chicken feet, curry chicken, braised pork trotter, oyster sauce chicken, stew pork spare ribs.
Glad to say that our wantan mee is the better version in Klang Valley, not too saucy nor oily, with mildly sweet gravy coated just nice to the springy noodles. Summerkid commented that the noodles would be better with more saltiness from sauces. Another downside is, portion is quite small, so you may want to add half noodle at RM0.70. While for double size noodle (孖面), add another RM1.20.
October 19, 2015