Where to find the best Ngap Thui Meen and the best Wantan.

No visit to Perak is complete without a stop at the famous “Ngap Thui Meen” at the “Pun Chun” restaurant in Bidor, Perak. The “Ngap Thui Meen” is actually a duck drumstick cooked in herbal soup and served together with “wantan mee” noodles.


Almost everyone who visits Bidor will order the famous duck drumstick noodles, I prefer the simple “Char Siu Wantan Mee” available at the same restaurant which I would rate to be one of the best around where the Char Siu is the reddish coloured type unlike the dark coloured ones you normally find in the Klang Valley. The “Wantan” at Pun Chun is absolutely the best. You can taste the crunchy prawns and I would purposely detour to Bidor just for the “Wantan”.

Pun Chun Duck Noodles

Best Wantan

The restaurant also sells a wide variety of local delicacies and cakes along with the famous Kampar Chicken biscuits and Bidor Tau Sar Piah along with the Heong Peng from Penang or the dodol from Malacca. To me, these items are more of a tourist trap but nevertheless, it is very popular and you will find the KLites raving over their purchases.

To get there, just turn off the North South Highway at the Bidor Interchange, proceed to a T-Junction, turn right to Bidor town. Look out the “Pun Chun Restaurant” on your right. If you reached a petrol station on your right, you have just missed it.

Check out their “Wantan” or their “Ngap Thui Meen”. You won’t regret it.

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5 Responses to Where to find the best Ngap Thui Meen and the best Wantan.

  1. Gina says:

    I always eat the Wan Tan Mee when I am there! Yum!

  2. shorthorse says:

    Yes, always game for a wonderful meal…duck being my favorite food!!!!!

  3. Pink Jeans says:

    Aiyo…my mouth is watering! By the way, what are you doing thinking and writing about food, thought you were travelling and working! And by the way some more, I like the way you spelt Ngap Thui Meen…you obviously have a good foundation in phonics.

  4. asme says:

    The food’s really worth a mention.

    Actually, I have lots to write but not the time. The last two articles were actually ‘fast food’ type, whipped in less than 30 minutes.

    I am absolutely hopeless in phonics and I am tone deaf. Spelling Ngap Thui Meen was more difficult than writing the entire article. 🙂

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