Hong Ji Mian Shi Jia is a popular old-time stall selling wanton mee. The wanton mee comes with a plate of char siew noodles and served with a small bowl of wanton soup on the side.
The noodles uses a soya sauce based seasoning and is springy. Comes with some vegetables and slices of lean meat char siew. The lean char siew is meaty with a very slightly sweet flavour. Not exactly to my tastebuds as I like my char siew fat and charred.
The wanton dumplings has a soft wanton skin wrapper with moist meat fillings inside. Nice savoury flavours and contains a very small amount of water chestnut bits. The soup has tastes of ikan bilis and mild peppery flavours.
This wanton mee though well-known tastes just fairly decent. Not something that I would go out of my way for.
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