King Of Wanton serves wanton mee with choice of noodles. Above is with mee pok chosen. The serving of fried wanton is an extra add-on.
This serving of wanton mee comes with slices of char siew and boiled wanton dumplings served on a plate of tossed mee pok noodles. Some vegetables are included on the side of the plate. A bowl of ikan bilis flavoured soup is served with the plate of noodles.
The mee pok noodles are cooked a bit on the softer side. It is tossed with a savoury tasting seasoning sauce. The char siew is the lean meaty type. It is firm and meaty with a mild sweet taste. The boiled wanton has a soft skin wrapper with a nicely flavoured soft meat filling. As for the fried version of wanton, it has a crispy skin with a savoury tasting meat filling. Both types of wanton are quite likeable.
Chicken Cutlet Noodles
Chicken cutlet noodles is available as well. The tossed noodles are a little on the soft side but still fairly springy. It is tossed in a savouty tasting seasoning sauce and served with some vegetables. The chicken cutlet has a crispy batter and moist meat. Decent.
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