The other day, I took my daughter to Lam Wah Ee Hospital to see the pediatrician, Dr. Tan Eng Guan. The queue was very long, so, I decided to go outside to have a quick breakfast. There is a small kopitiam (Malaysian coffee shop) across the street from Lam Wah Ee Hospital which has a few hawker stalls. And, it seems like the kopitiam does not have a name. I decided to give the place a try, since it is the nearest.
I ordered wanton mee and Sui Kow soup (dumplings soup) from the Wanton Mee (One Ton Mee) stall in the kopitiam. I wasn’t expecting anything special, but the Sui Kow turned out to be really good. The meat filling is tasty, and the soup is pleasant. Combine that with the sambal chilli, it makes for a satisfying breakfast. The wanton mee I ordered is decent too.
The kopitiam also house other hawker stalls, serving Koay Teow Th’ng, “haruan” fish porridge, and Indian food (roti canai, capati).
Here is the location of the Wanton Mee Stall in Google Maps: