Kok Kee Wanton Noodles

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Kok Kee Wanton Noodles
#01-06 Lavender Food Square Centre
Opening Hours: Noon to 2am, closed every 3 weeks on Wed & Thu

Whenever I have the craving for wanton noodles, I would head down to this wanton stall at Lavender Food Square Centre.  Be forewarned – portion are really small even though it’s priced at S$3!  I’m a small eater and even I don’t get filled up with the S$3 portion. 

The homemade gravy is really something. The owner would only disclose that it is made of dried scallops, pork bones, ikan bilis, soya beans and a “special ingredient” simmered for eight hours. It makes the noodles really tasty together with the other ingredients. 

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8 responses to “Kok Kee Wanton Noodles

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  2. yah man, the best wan ton mee used to be at toa payoh ( I ate for nearly 20 years until the owner decide it’s too tiring to carry on), I was intro to
    Kok Kee Wanton Noodles and got hooked (But the noodle is ok only, it’s the sauce that keeps bringing me back here), I usually order gong bao chilli frog leg (The corner store) and eat with my noodle! hahahaa

  3. Hey Turnmill

    I’ve never tried the one at Toa Payoh. Such a pity!

    Yeah, I agree that the sauce at Kok Kee is excellent although the portion is really small. Can’t even satisfy a small eater like me. 😛

    The gong bao chilli frog leg is from the stall that sells the frog leg porridge is it?

  4. You really like this noodles. 🙂 I’m planning to try it soon. But why are the opening days so vague? Which every 3 weeks would you know?

  5. You really like this noodles. 🙂 I’m planning to try it soon. But why are the opening days so vague? Which every 3 weeks would you know?

  6. Hey Ice! Long time no hear. Yeah, love the noodles here though it’s been a while since I was last here.

    Will try to find out from the auntie when I go next. 🙂

  7. Hello! I just ate last Thu! It’s open. 🙂 I love the noodles too.

  8. Wah Ice! You really took a chance! Hehehe… yeah, now you know why it’s my favourite wan ton noodles to-date. 🙂

    Am trying to find better ones but alas, nothing compares to Kok Kee.

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