Shi De Fu Wanton Mee serves the traditional type of wanton mee with lean meat char siew and a bowl of wanton soup. The fried wanton are an extra add-on.
The tossed noodles is the dry type. It is firm and springy with some crispy pork lard and vegetables. The noodles has decent seasoning flavours. The char siew is lean and meaty with a sweet taste. The fried wanton has an airy crispy skin with soft meat filling. As for the soup wanton, it has soft wanton skin with soft savoury meat filling containing some crunchy bits of water chestnut. Its soup has nice savoury flavours. Both types of wanton are nice.
This serving of wanton mee is a rather nice one. I like it.
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