Review: Soon Soon Soon Wanton Noodles (Singapore)

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Marine Parade Central Food Centre Singapore

Soon Soon Soon Wanton Noodles

does wanton mee with both soup and fried wanton. Chicken cutlet noodles available too.

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Soon Soon Soon Wanton Noodles does wanton mee that comes with both soup and fried wanton, and lean meat char siew. Chicken cutlet noodles is available too. For this wanton mee, extra fried wanton and chicken cutlet is added.

The char siew is the lean type. It is fairly soft but on the dry side. Personally I like my char siew fat and charred. This is neither. The fried chicken cutlet has a crispy crust outside and moist inside. Tastes ordinary though.

Both versions of wanton are quite nice though. The fried wanton is crispy and airy. and the soup wanton has soft skin with nicely flavoured meat filling. The accompanying soup is lightly savoury and not overly salty.

As for the noodles, quite springy and comes with some bits of vegetables. Tastes alright too. This is may not be something that is really tasty, but it is still quite a decent serving of wanton noodles. Ordinary kind of likeable.

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