Review: Soi 19 Thai Wanton Mee (Singapore)

Soi 19 Thai Wanton Mee: Original Thai Wanton Mee & Thai Fried Pork

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Soi 19 Thai Wanton Mee

does several types of thai style wanton mee and some side dishes. Tastes good!


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Thai Wanton Mee

Soi 19 Thai Wanton Mee does serveral types of thai style wanton mee. There is the original wanton mee that are served without any seasoning sauce, a black sauce version and a curry version,

As far as I can tell, this thai wanton mee is tossed with just oil and there is no seasoning sauce at all. Although the noodles is served plain, it is firm and springy and flavourful.

The wanton mee comes with slices of lean char siew that is soft and tender with a mild smokey taste. Crispy deep fried wanton is also provided. The fried wanton has crispy skin with a nicely flavoured soft and meaty filling. Some fried fish sausage bits are also included. The fish sausage is sweet tasting, somewhat like lap cheong.

The bowl of noodles comes with some vegetables, chopped spring onions and generous amounts of crispy pork lard. A bowl of flavourful and peppery tasting soup is served on the side.

This serving of thai wanton mee is tasty!

There is a version of their wanton mee with black sauce added. Similarly, it comes char siew slices, fried wanton and thai fish sausage. The noodles tossed in black sauce is firm and springy, and has a nice sweet taste. Comes with some vegetables, generous amounts of crispy pork lard, chopped spring onions and fried garlic bits.

Served on the side is a bowl of wanton soup. The wanton has soft skin wrapping a soft and flavourful meaty filling. It is nice! The soup is flavourful with a peppery taste. Do note that this was bought at a different outlet at a coffeeshop, and it probably comes with the extra serving of soup wanton, which is always welcomed.

The black sauce version of thai wanton mee tastes good! I like it too!

A curry version of wanton mee is available as well. This bowl of wanton mee comes with char siew slices, fried wanton, thai fish sausage, as well as tau pok, curry potato and cabbage.

The curry sauce is flavourful and isn’t spicy at all. The tau pok has nice curry flavours and the cabbage is fairly soft. The curry potato is soft as well, but a bit lacking on curry flavourings.

Just like its more traditional wanton mee, the noodles is springy and comes with some vegetables and generous amounts of crispy pork lard. Quite likeable.

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Thai Fried Pork

The thai fried pork has a nice crispy batter coating its slices of soft, tender and juicy pork meat. The fried pork has nice savoury seasoning flavours and the garlicky tasting chilli dip pairs really well with it. This is good and highly recommended!

Thai Fish Cake

The thai fish cake is firm and springy with nice spice seasoning flavours and a mild tint of spiciness. A watery and limey tasting dip comes on the side. This thai fish cake is rather likeable.

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LOCATIONS

Soi 19 Thai Wanton Mee

#01-309
134 Jurong Gateway Rd

Singapore 600134

244R
Upper Thomson Rd

Singapore 574369

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