Spinach Wonton Noodles, Restoran Sin Seng Leh (now Yau Khan Restaurant)

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We were driving around (yet again).. and got lost somewhere in the heart of Kampung Melayu Subang…

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The nice thing about getting lost is that sometimes, you see some pretty interesting things.

Like this Bonda Lemang for example. It just popped out of no where..

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We stopped to buy the nice, hot , steamy, fresh lemang from the Bonda.

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I wanted to eat it on the spot because I was so hungry, but apparently, we were still looking for our lunch destination.. so, the lemang had to wait!

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Ah.. finally we get to the location we are looking for.. Bandar Pinggiran Subang.. the funny thing about this area is that though it is called ‘subang’, it is under the Shah Alam Postcode.

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We see Restoran Sin Seng Leh and park. We heard that this place served up the spinach wantan (wanton or wonton??) noodle which is different from the usual yellow egg ubiquitous variety (served with dark sauce), and we just had to try it.
Update: Owner has shifted to new location. The popular spinach wanton mee and chicken rice shop is now located at a corner shoplot named Yau Khan Restaurant. If you are using a map app, search ‘Yau Khan’. There will be 2 results. Choose ‘Yau Khan’ instead of ‘Yau Yat Khan’. The latter is a kopitiam in the same area which is popular for Johnny’s Prawn Mee and Loh Mee.

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We ordered one normal Charsiew Wantan Mee

Close Up Spinach Wanton Mee

…and one spinach wantan mee

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Spinach Wanton Mee (a rare dish)

The thing i liked most about the spinach wantan mee was the sauce that came it. The clear sauce was sweet and tasty. It makes a change from the dark sauce wantan mee.
The spinach noodle did not disappoint. It was soft and springy whilst a little more starchy than the normal noodle. It tasted ‘greener’, so to speak.

When we had finished paying the bill, we saw Chua Soi Lek on the way out… (don’t you think the resemblance is uncanny?!)

Spinach Wanton Mee still great tasting (Updated March 2021)

Yau Khan Restaurant has 2 shoplots. The corner shoplot is the popular daytime wantan mee or chicken rice whilst the next door shoplot is a proper restaurant (Tze Char/Zi Char) cooking up a variety of chinese dishes. Have you tried the dishes? Let us know!
Address:
Restoran Sin Seng Leh (Yau Khan),
36, Jalan Pinggiran MU5/M,
Bandar Pinggiran Subang,
40150 Shah Alam,
Selangor

Restaurant Yau Khan
Jalan Bulan By U5/By, Subang 2,
40150 Shah Alam,
Selangor

Food:6/10

MSG levels: moderate

Salt levels: moderate

21 Comments

  • Big Boys Oven says:

    i lopve the way you got lost, why? you always able to find awesome delicious food! I bet I too want to get lost but may end up nothing!

  • Lyrical Lemongrass says:

    I’m gonna call you for directions to this place. I’m sure it isn’t that far away from Bukit Jelutong, right? Better still…when’re you free…we go together..:-D

  • MochaSourcream says:

    Can u please give some directions to this place? Or teach me how to get lost… and found… haha

  • Nic (KHKL) says:

    oh…clear sauce? kinda hakka mee like? hmmm….

    aiyoh! another shot of “chua soi lek” with meat! hehehehe….

    LL, bring me along ya!

  • CUMI & CIKI says:

    bbo:
    sometimes get lost and don’t find food either.. haha.. not always lucky u know.. lol

    LL:
    lets go together.. easier!

    mocha:
    it’s somewhere behind the old subang airport..

    nic:
    yup yup.. like hakka mee.. and yup, CSL sure likes his meat.. 😛
    we can go next time u are back fm sing.. 😀

  • epicuriousgirl says:

    no review of the lemang? 😛

  • CUMI & CIKI says:

    epicurious:
    Mmmmmmmmm… chomp, chomp…mmmmm.mmm… (like that, can?)

  • Little Inbox says:

    I always love to have spinach wantan mee rather than the normal plain wantan mee, cuz it is more fragrant.

  • Sweetpea says:

    Spinash wantan mee – so nutritious – I am making my way there!!

  • fatboybakes says:

    hei, if chua soi lek had discovered this man earlier, he MIGHT have gotten away with it hor…..

    yummy….i lurve wantan mee in all shapes, color and size.

  • "Joe" who is constantly craving says:

    ahah chua soi lek part time sell wanton mee??

    dis reminds me of the pj spinach pan mee…

  • CUMI & CIKI says:

    little inbox:
    agree

    sweetpea:
    yay

    fbb:
    haha.. true! scapegoat

    joe:
    lol.. that’s what they mean when they say… “Don’t give up your day job!” hahaha

  • backstreetgluttons says:

    haha the abnormal wantan noodle looks green vegetarian and quite healthy , tho the normal dark wantan mee looks super bountiful and even more healthy n powerful ! you get lost to find food so nice one.

    chua soi lek we like, he never gives up going higher…bet you love him 2 ! he got say hi Gorgeous meet ya layder OK dun forrgit ah ?
    ( ornot ? dun bluff )

  • worldwindows says:

    Very unique noodles. Worth the effort. Chua Soi Lek..mmm…how about Popeye?

  • CUMI & CIKI says:

    bsg:
    ok, i won’t forget (?) haha

    wwindows:
    popeye! that too !

  • mimid3vils says:

    The lemang remind me that I saw a few stall selling lemang @ Sentul~~

  • Penang Tua Pui says:

    spinach Wantan Mee??…. hmm interesting….

  • CUMI & CIKI says:

    mimi:
    yummie!

    penangtp:
    uh huh!

  • Julian Si says:

    Did u ask Soi Lek aka CSL for an autographed copy of his video!?

  • CUMI & CIKI says:

    jules:
    no.. haha.. didn’t want him spitting in my chicken rice.. hohoho;D

  • nicole says:

    very sorry…i think u put yhe name wrongly…Restorant Sin Seng Leh is opposite of yao khan…why should u bracket the name of yau khan after Sin Seng Leh???

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