Joined a Long Queue

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.

Kallang Airport Wanton Noodle at Toa Payoh Lorong 1 Market

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.

Very polite friendly owner and team
It was beside my favourite fritter stall – divine yellow bean hum chim peng

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