Now, just right next to Victor’s Kitchen (see article here), is another small eatery which seemingly attracts endless streams of people during lunch hour. Featuring Wanton Noodles as the mainstay of the menu, it got me intrigued on what makes this Wanton noodles so special that everyone who goes there will order a plate.
First the deep fried wantons. Got to agree that its very crispy though its nowhere near the ones I had from Pontian Wanton Noodles in Chong Pang or the one as Kok Kee. Still, a lasting savoury flavour is embraced with that shiok shiok feeling of getting a crunch. I mixed the noodles with the sauce.
The char siew is a little on the sweet side with a thin strip of fat circling the meat. Not too bad.
But the noodles. Ahh,, the noodles! Crisp to the bite with a good chew left behind. However, this version of wanton noodles is quite different from the ones I usually have. The sauce at the bottom is sweet. If I mix it up, the noodles become sweet and this becomes one plate of savoury sweet wanton noodles. People seem to love it, I am rather partial to it. But now thinking about it, hmmm, it seems that it did have a loving kick to the tastebud.
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91 Bencoolen Street
Opens Daily : 9.30am – 9.00pm