Review: Wah Kee Noodle (Singapore)

Wah Kee Noodle: Wanton Mee & Soup



Review :

Wah Kee Noodle

is rated as one of the top 10 wanton mee in Singapore by food critics. It is tasty and lives up to expectations.

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Wanton Mee

Wah Kee Noodle is rated as one of the top 10 wanton mee in Singapore by food critics, and I totally agree with their verdict. I’ve ordered a large portion of this wanton noodles, which comes with a plate of char siew noodles and a bowl of wanton soup. There is nothing unusual until I start digging in.

The wanton soup has a nice savoury taste with mild ikan bilis flavours. The wanton has juicy meat fillings with a soft skin. The surprise is, besides wanton, there are sui kow dumplings in the soup as well. How nice! The sui kow are similar to the wanton but larger size. Same juicy meat fillingsin a soft skin wrapper, but with water chestnut bits added. Both tastes good.

As for the plate of noodles, it has a fairly springy texture with a nice flavouring coming from a soya sauce based seasoning. The noodles are topped with char siew that are half fatty with a smokey and sweet char siew taste. It is absolutely tasty.

This wanton mee is definitely in my top 10 list as well. Highly recommended.


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Wah Kee Noodle

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Singapore 069111


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