Review: Hwa Kee Barbeque Pork Noodle (Singapore)

Hwa Kee Barbeque Pork Noodle: Wanton Mee & Soup


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Hwa Kee Barbeque Pork Noodle

serves flavourful wanton mee with char siew and wanton. Tastes lovely!

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Wanton Mee

Hwa Kee Barbeque Pork Noodle serves wanton mee with char siew and boiled wanton. The fried wanton seen above is an extra add-on.

The noodles is firm and springy. It is tossed in a flavourful sauce with a sweet and peppery taste. The dish also includes some vegetables and a spicy chili sauce.

The char siew is lean and meaty, with a slightly sweet taste. The boiled wanton has a soft skin and flavorful meaty filling, while the fried wanton has crispy skin and a tasty meaty filling. A savory and peppery bowl of soup is served on the side.

This plate of wanton mee tastes lovely and I like it!


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Hwa Kee Barbeque Pork Noodle

East Coast Lagoon Food V

Singapore 468960


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