Wan Wan

This article is part of my 2018 Kota Kinabalu trip series.

Speaking of fish noodle, most Sabahans recommend Kedai Kopi Wan Wan (旺旺) in Penampang. Located next to Bundusan Square, this renowned restaurant occupies two shop units. The place is often crowded with customers especially on weekends.
Kon Lo Fish Mee (干捞鱼条, RM11.00) is prepared from fish paste. The fish noodle is delightfully springy, making it quite tasty on its own. The soup version is also available. Meanwhile, Fried Fish (炸鱼片, RM8.00) uses blue threadfin (马友鱼). The fillets are deep-fried until they turn brown.
Next, Fish Slice + Fish Cake Kon Lo Mee (鱼片+鱼滑干捞面, RM31.50) is served in clear soup (清汤). Coral trout (七星斑) is used here. The soup also contains fish parts such as fish belly (鱼腩), fishcake (鱼滑) and fish skin (鱼皮). A bowl of Kon Lo Mee (干捞面) is served on the side. I must say that the soup is very satisfying.
Overall, the taste of food at Wan Wan is certainly commendable. The price is costly largely because we opted for premium seafood ingredients. It is advisable to arrive the restaurant early in the morning if you wish to avoid the large crowd.
Address: 24, HSK Industrial Centre Phase 1, Jalan Bundusan, 88300 Penampang, Sabah
Contact: 08-871-6698
Business hours: 6:30am-2:30pm, closed on Thursdays
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