Dong Dong Wanton Noodles sells a few variations of wanton noodles. Shown here is their signature noodles which includes a bit of almost everything.
The signature noodles is essentially a their wanton noodles with extras added. It comes with usual char siew slices, wanton and fried wanton, with an extra braised chicken feet and a dumpling, and lots of vegetables with the plate of noodles.
This plate of noodles is a bit on the soft side but still fairly springy. However it has a very slight alkaline taste. The char siew slices here are the lean type, decently tender and a very mild sweet taste. The braised chicken feet has decent braised flavours, however it isn’t exactly smooth and soft. As for the fried wanton, it is airy and crispy with soft meaty filling inside. I like it.
It comes with a bowl of soup on the side that contains a wanton and a dumpling. The wanton has soft skin wrapper and meat fillings that has nice flavours of chinese rice wine seasoning. Likewise for the dumpling, but with prawns and meat as filling instead. As for the soup, it has an ikan bilis flavour and a light peppery taste.
This noodles may not be the best around, but it still makes a rather decent meal.
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