Wang’s is cosy and canteen style, but ideal for a good lunch, and has all the malaysian favourites on the menu. Fish head curry laksa seems to be a popular choice with the local asian clientele, but my favourites are char kway teow and nasi lemak.
There’s nothing like loh bak to start – it’s a deep fried beancurd skin roll filled with minced pork, prawn and water chestnuts with a five spice flavour – very yummy – note that I started eating it before I remembered to take a photo.
This nasi lemak is very good – all restaurants have their own version on the classic, but this one contains chicken and fish with egg and cucumber, peanuts, anchovies and chilli sambal.
A very good char kway teow, with prawns, chicken and fish slices – nicely spiced and the perfect lunch to keep you going.
A nice authentic laksa with chicken, fishball and prawn, good mixture of noodles (rice and egg noodles).
Wang’s is a long way to travel for me (45 minutes), but I think it is worth it for the quality and authenticity. I recommend that you try it.
Visit Date – January 2013