Hai Kee Noodle serves wanton mee with the usual slices of char siew and a bowl of wanton soup.
The tossed noodles is a bit soft but still fairly springy, and has decent flavourings. The char siew is the lean type. It is firm and meaty with a slightly sweet taste. The wanton has a soft skin wrapper and savoury tasting meat filling. The soup is savoury with a tint of ikan bilis flavours.
This wanton mee tastes rather ordinary but decent.
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