Xiao Bar Wang, Authentic Taiwanese Street Snacks

Out of the blue for the weekend lunch, we discovered this Taiwanese eatery in at the Lower Ground Floor of One Utama a while ago where a cluster of eatery outlets are. Last week, I went there again and this time, I have ensured myself to share this with you. If you’re a fan of mee sua, this maybe the right place to go.

Xiao Bar Wang - Authentic Taiwanese Street Snacks - Menu

Xiao Bar Wang have a variety of Taiwanese delicacy from meals to light snacks at an affordable price. We have ordered the Jumbo set which includes mee sua, cripsy chicken, herbal egg and a drink. The set meal is for MYR15.90.

Xiao Bar Wang - Authentic Taiwanese Street Snacks - Mee Sua

Mee Sua

‘Using only the finest ingredients imported from Taiwan, Xiao Bar Wang is proud to offer the Taiwanese mee sua that is a definite must-try. Along with a piping hot serving of delectable soup, the smooth mee sua is sure to satisfy your craving.’  -Xiao Bar Wang

The mee sua that they have serve is the flat type, including in the dish is some pork balls, parsley, a dash of pepper and a tiny scoop of their chilly paste. I like the soup, rich in oyster flavour and not too starchy at all. Be warn that the chilly paste is very spicy! Do request to have the chilly separated if you still want to try it. The pork balls tasted like as though they are handmade from the minced pork. This mee sua is served in paper bowl and you are suppose to eat it with wooden chopstick provided. Highly recommended.

Xiao Bar Wang - Authentic Taiwanese Street Snacks - Crispy Chicken

Crispy Chicken

‘Snack it up with our crispy bite-sized goodness that’s large on taste! Add the Xiao Bar Wang’s Special Salt & Pepper concoction or spice it up with Xiao Bar Wang’s Chilli powder for that extra oomph!’ – Xiao Bar Wang

Unlike any other fried chicken, this is not covered with thick flours at all. I tasted the chicken more and what makes it much more fragrant is that they fried it with sesame.  This is delicious, the saltiness is sufficient and their pepper is not too hot. They are packed in paper bag and skewers are provided so you can easily snack them even if you’re walking around. I recommend this too!

Xiao Bar Wang - Authentic Taiwanese Street Snacks

Xiao Bar Wang was introduced in Singapore by Jeff Wang, a Mediacorpe Artiste and Ong Wee Yeap, who works in the financial industry.  They have opened their first kiok at Tampines One and begins to expand their business since then which includes Malaysia. I’m not sure if they have it at other locations but you can sure find them at:

LG118 Lower Ground Floor
1 Utama Shopping Center
1, Lebuh Bandar Utama, Bandar Utama City Centre
Bandar Utama, 47800 Petaling Jaya,
Selangor Darul Ehsan, Malaysia

[gmap addr=”1 Utama Shopping Center”]One Utama Shopping Center[/gmap]

If you would like to support them, do like Xiao Bar Wang 小霸王 Facebook below! Find out more about them at XiaoBarWang.com.

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    • Have you tried any better mee sua? Please let me know because this is the best I ever had of many I tried.

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