Review: 168 Homemade Wanton Noodle (Singapore)

168 Homemade Wanton Noodle: Wanton Mee & Soup

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168 Homemade Wanton Noodle

serves traditional wanton mee with tasty wanton dumplings and flavourful tossed noodles. Thumbs up.

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Wanton Mee

168 Homemade Wanton Noodle does traditional wanton mee with char siew slices served with tossed noodles and wanton soup. The fried wanton is an extra add-on.

The slices of lean meat char siew is firm and meaty. These are served on a bowl of tossed noodles. The tossed noodles is firm and springy with nice flavourful seasoning that helps mask its slight alkaline tastes.

The fried wanton is an extra add-on. It has a crispy skin wrapping a soft and flavourful meaty filling. The soup wanton comes served in a bowl of nice savoury tasting soup. It has a soft wanton skin with a soft meaty filling containing some tiny water chestnut bits. The filling has a distinctive taste of rice wine seasoning. Both types are wanton are nice. Thumbs up.

This serving of wanton mee is nice and likeable.


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168 Homemade Wanton Noodle

Upper Boon Keng FC

Singapore 380017

82 Whampoa Drive

Singapore 320082


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