BBee Park wasn't new around the vicinity, business has been running for 1 year at least. With their signature Special Wantan Mee, they have gained a few thumbs up from the neighborhood. Although we found their Curry Wantan Mee is better, but you should try it yourself. Their menu wasn't extensive which is great that they are very focus on serving their best own-made noodle. Price is considered standard by considering the air conditioning setting.
Curry Wantan Mee (RM 8.80) came with succulent and bold flavor chicken. The chickens were deep fried beforehand, then only stir fried with dry curry. We were impressed by their own-made noodles, very chewy and slim to our liking. They added on a little bit of green garnishment with fresh lady fingers and cabbage, As per expected, the noodle came in milky soupy style. For summing up, the main star of this dish would be their curry chickens, it should be great to be enjoyed with rice.
Of course we would not miss their Special Wantan Mee (RM 3.80). It came with take-away packaging serving in a small basket. We let the noodle soak inside the packet a while before unwrapping. Although we were very satiate with their al-dente noodle, but we find the taste a little bit mild.
|Homemade sauce deep fried tofu (RM 6.90 small/RM 9.90 big)|
BBee Park Chinese Cuisine
Block 2-1-12 & 2-2-12, Terrace Plus, Tingkat Mahsuri 4, Bayan Baru, 11950 Penang Malaysia
+604-6411686/ +60162323188 (Marx Kang)
Operation hours: 11am - 9pm (Daily)
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