Review: Shuang Bao Wanton Noodle (Singapore)

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Old Airport Road Food Centre Singapore

Shuang Bao Wanton Noodle

does wanton mee, laksa and shredded chicken hor fun. The wanton mee is pretty nice.


Wanton Mee

This serving of wanton mee comes with slices of char siew on a plate of tossed noodles and a bowl of soup containing wanton dumplings.

The char siew slices are the lean meat type that is soft and meaty. The wanton has a soft skin wrapper with nice meaty filling. Its soup is decent with a hint of ikan bilis flavours.

As for the noodles, it has a nice springy texture. It is moist with a savoury tasting seasoning sauce. Comes with some vegetables and crispy lard pieces.

This wanton mee is pretty nice. I like it.


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