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This Wantan Mee Challenge Involves 10 Wantans Plus Loads of Char Siew, Veges & Noodles



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Wantan mee is such a versatile dish, as you can eat it during breakfast, lunch, dinner or supper. Whether it’s a warm sunny day or a cold cloudy night, a plate of wantan mee will do the perfect job of filling up your belly nicely.

So, a restaurant in Bangkok, Thailand recently decided to take wantan mee to the next level by tremendously increasing its portion and having a food challenge. No, I’m not going to make the one-ton joke. 

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According to China Press, this bowl of noodles consists of massive amounts of char siew, vegetables and 10 pieces of succulent wantans. To make sure you plunge into severe food coma after eating it, the delicious complementing add-ons are served on top of a generous amount of noodles.

We were breathing heavily just looking at the size of this dish! 

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Source: China Press

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If you don’t feel like having it there, don’t worry, you can also tabao so nobody can judge you:

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This wantan mee on steroids (okay, not literally) is priced at 250 baht (approx. RM31) and can easily feed up to three people. FYI, in case you’re wondering, yes, they do serve normal portions of wantan mee there.

Currently, there’s an ongoing challenge at the restaurant. If you can finish up the entire big bowl of wantan mee by yourself, your meal will be completely FREE. 

Sounds impossible? Not really.

Ladies and gentlemen, here’s the first-ever winner who managed to devour the monstrous wantan mee all by himself. Power!

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Needless to say, this epic wantan mee blew up on social media and even garnered many Malaysian netizens’ attention.

“Are you free this weekend? We can make a road trip to Bangkok and take on this challenge,” a netizen said after tagging his friend in the comment section.

If you’re keen on paying them a visit, here are the deets you need to know before hitting the road:

Restaurant name: บะหมี่ล้มยักษ์ ท่าน้ำนนท์
Operating hours: 10am – 6pm daily; closed on Mondays
Google maps: บะหมี่ล้มยักษ์ ท่าน้ำนนท์, 11000 Bangkok

For more info, visit their Facebook page.

Also, to intensify your drooling, here’s a video for you guys.

Happy wantan mee feasting!


Also read: Most Expensive Street Food in Bangkok Cost RM129! But People are Still Lining Up to Get It

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