Poh Kee Traditional Wanton Noodle sells different selections of wanton mee. Shown here is the dry version with extra fried wanton added.
The noodles are decently springy and quite flavourful. The char siew slices used here is the lean meat type. It is fairly soft with a light sweet flavour. The wanton comes in a small bowl of ikan bilis flavoured soup. It has a soft skin wrapper with nicely flavoured meat filling. As for the fried wanton, it has an airy and crispy skin with a nicely flavoured meat filling too. It is nice. I recommend that you add extra fried wanton.
This plate of wanton mee is definitely tastes decently nice. I like it. Thumbs up.
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