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Eng Kee Noodle House serves several variations of wanton mee. Above is the set that comes with both soup and fried wanton. The wanton mee comes with char siew, fried wanton and some vegetables served with the tossed noodles. A bowl of wanton soup is provided on the side.
The slices of lean meat char siew which is soft and meaty with a mild sweet taste. The fried wanton has crispy skin and meaty filling. Likewise for the soup wanton, it has a meaty filling inside its soft skin wrapper. The tossed noodles is quite firm and springy, and has decent flavourings. As for the soup, it is flavourful and it seems to have a faint hint of soya beans in it. Tastes nice.
This serving of wanton mee is nice. I like it.
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