I love this place and excited about writing about this. We use to live in downtown Vancouver and within the delivery zone for this place and would order delivery every 2 weeks or so. We have moved out to the burbs now in South Burnaby and have been trying the local restaurants. Oh boy do we miss this place. Parking for this place is atrocious since it's right on popular English bay. I wouldn't really call this place a "hole in the wall" anymore since they have upgraded the look of the place, it is hidden though since it's not on street level. This place has always been consistent for us.
It's not the cheapest place either but definitely feel that the value is still there. If you have the chance to dine here it's very entertaining to watch the wok chef at the front window. It's insane how quickly this guy can cook up the long list of orders all in a wok.
Ok the food, we ordered Egg Plant & Deep Fried Tofu in Hot Garlic Sauce, Roasted Squid in Pepper Salt, Diced Chicken with Dry Tangerine Peel, and Singapore Rice Vermicelli.
The egg plant and tofu hot pot sits a on a layer of chinese lettuce with big blocks of fried tofu and slices of egg plant. The sauce has a semi sweetness to it but not over whelming. It's a mouth watering dish and to compliments the other dishes we order.
The squid, well the first time I ordered this I thought it was the like deep fried salt and pepper squid you would normally find in Chinese restaurants but this is completely different. But it was definitely a pleasant surprise and has become one of our favorites. I'm not sure the description in the menu is really accurate or not as it does seem like it's fried and not roasted, the squid is perfectly cooked each time though. Not over cooked or chewy but a nice almost melt in your mouth texture. It's mixed in with long green beans and chopped up green onions. WATCH out for the chopped up peppers as they do look like the green onions! There is no sauce with this dish and the seasoning is just right and not too salty.
Diced Chicken with Dry Tangerine Peel, this is a fantastic dish and is a nice alternative to your typical kung pao chicken. Actually I don't think I've ever had kung pao chicken but I'm sure this is very different due to the dry tangerine peel. I normally dislike any hot food that has a citrus taste to it but this one of the very few that I don't mind. This is a very spicy dish so if you're feeling adventurous and like hot food order this! You can order this with beef as well. Make sure to order plain steamed white rice with this.
Singapore Rice Vermicelli, I absolutely love this dish from here. They don't skimp out on the curry, you can actually taste it. Mixed in with shrimp, sliced up bbq pork, fried egg, green onions, and onions, the ingredients marry each other just right. Some other places really hold back on the curry and the noodles can be quite bland but Won More does it right.
Alright so where are my pictures of these dishes? Well as you can tell I'm not a professional writer or photographer and my stomach was pleading for me to dive in. Enough said. I'm try to remember for next time.