Seeing the queue get longer I was enticed thinking this must be the best wanton noodles ever. It’s a Singapore thing as often it’s true. The owners were young and friendly but it couldn’t compare to my favourite Kok Kee Wanton Mee. What I will say is that the chilli was good and made it tasty, but I prefer my noodles thicker even though it was springy. As I’ve said before food is very subjective so always read a few reviews first.
I might buy this again though unlike the fish and chips I talked about in my previous post. This was definitely a much better experience. I didn’t feel like my money was wasted. It was S$3.80 after all and a superior meal to the oily fish and chips at a fraction of the cost. Having said that I’d rather pay a bit more for the Wanton Mee at Kok Kee, Hua Kee at Old Airport Road or the only Wanton Mee stall at Chomp Chomp. As I said it’s because I prefer the texture and thickness of the noodles there. The one here reminds me of what you may get in JB across the causeway. Very thin Hong Kong style noodles.