Wen Kang Ji Wanton Noodle dishes out wanton mee that comes with thick slices of char siew and boiled wanton served on a plate of tossed noodles. Included on the side is a bowl of nice ikan bilis flavoured soup on the side, topped with chopped spring onions.
First, the char siew. The char siew over here is sliced rather thickly with nice balanced portions of fats and meat, almost half-half. It is nicely caramelised outside with a slightly sweet taste, and is tender, soft and meaty. It is definitely good.
Next, the boiled wanton. It has a soft wanton skin wrapper with soft meat filling inside. Tastes nice too. As for the noodles, it is tossed in a simple seasoning of soya sauce and oil. Its flavourings is really good, absolutely lovely! Some crispy lard, vegetables and chilli are added on its side.
This wanton mee is truly enjoyable and lovely. In my opinion, this wanton mee of the better ones around. Highly recommended!
This fried wanton has a crispy skin wrapping a nice savoury tasting filling. It is served with a saucer of mayonnaise for dipping. This fried wanton tastes nice with or without the mayonnaise. I like it. Recommended.
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