Food Review: Famous Pudu Chan Fatt Wanton Mee Make A Return @ Damansara Utama

July 18, 2017

If you make a trip down to Damansara Utama, don't forget to try Pudu Chan Fatt Wanton Mee. A 62  years old family recipe, Pudu Chan Fatt Wanton Mee has won the dinner heart. Chan Fatt first opened in 1955 and run by the late Woon Poon and his wife Lee Yit Yee. The stall was run in Pudu for 41 years and closed in 1996 due to retire.The family recipes then handed to their daughter, Megan Wong, the current owner of Pudu Chan Fatt.

Chan Fatt Signature Dishes

Char Siew Wantan

A bowl of smooth wanton mee that garnish with juicy char siew to warm up your stomach. The noodle is springy but not too tough like rubber bands. To produce a good bowl of wanton mee is the sauce whereby it binds all the elements to create a balance of the ingredients.

Besides wanton mee, Pudu Chan Fatt does serve varieties of Chinese cuisine that we use to treasure in our childhood time. 

Curry Laksa

The blend of fresh coconut milk and spices makes the dish creamy and aromatic. I am still craving for their curry laksa. 

Chinese Sausage Rice

This dish reminds me of home cook food.  A bowl of warm rice that blend with dark soy to add the flavour. Spread on the Chinese sausage to create a nice aromatic to the rice. 

Dark Soy Sauce Rice Bowl with Chicken

The chicken is tender and juicy as the flesh fall s off the bone beautifully. It comes with nice aromatic dark soy rice. 

Lion Head Meat Ball, Sui Gau and Wanton

Lion Head meat ball is the best seller and the ingredients are hand made by Megan. Feel the bounciness of the meat ball. You can feel the fresh meat ball whenever you bite into it. Love this Lion Head meat ball and highly recommend. Try their fresh Sui Gau and Wantan. No artificial flavour added in the ingredients.

Breakfast Set

Sipping a cup of coffee while enjoying the crispy bread with tasty butter and kaya plus two half-boiled egg is the best time to start your day. 

Quench your thirst with my old time favourite drinks. Rounding off the list is their pure kopi ice, teh ice and barley drinks.

The dining experience is good and I will definitely return for their local delights. For more information regarding Pudu Chan Fatt Wanton Mee, feel free follow them on Facebook:

Pudu Chan Fatt Wanton Mee
52G, Jalan SS21/58,
Damansara Utama,
47400 Petaling Jaya

* Photo credit to Eddy Rush

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