A soya sauce based seasoning is used for the noodles. It is a bit wet and the noodles are a bit on the softer side. It comes with lean meat char siew slices that are quite tender with a sweet taste. The included fried wanton dumplings are really nice, fluffy and crispy. The soup based wanton are soft with decent flavours, and its soup has an ikan bilis flavour.
To those who like their noodles softer, this is a rather good choice. For those who like their noodles firmer and springy, this is still a decent wanton noodles.
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