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Kang Li Wanton Noodle serves the usual variety of wanton mee. Above is their regular wanton mee which comes with char siew slices and soup wanton. The fried wanton is an extra add-on.
The tossed noodles is firm and springy with decent seasoning flavours. It comes with some vegetables and pork lard bits. Slices of lean char siew, that is firm and meaty with a slightly sweet taste, are included in the plate of noodles. The fried wanton has crispy skin with soft meat filling, and is an extra add-on. A bowl of wanton soup is served on the side. The wanton has soft skin and savoury tasting meat filling. The soup is rather flavourful too.
This serving of wanton mee has rather likeable tastes.
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Kang Li Wanton Noodle