Opening Hours: 12 noon to 12 midnight; closed on Mondays
There were a few things that caught my eye and prompted to try the noodles here. First, I saw the char siew the guy was cutting – it looked red and a bit burnt on the outside. My ideal char siew!
Second, there was a queue at this stall. If there is a queue at a food stall in Singapore, the food must be good, right? And lastly, there were the numerous accolades pinned at the stall. Must be really good, right?
Well, it’s half right. The portion is really very good value for money. See the picture above? That’s a S$3 portion! The char siew didn’t disappoint me – it was really tasty.
But I didn’t like the noodles – it was too dry; not enough chilli sauce and other sauce to blend it in. So that made the noodles kinda stick together. The wanton was so so – not memorable.
Overall, if you’re looking for quantity, then go ahead and eat it. Be prepared for a queue – I was in it for about 15 minutes during off-peak hours. If you’re going for quality, you’re better off eating the Kok Kee Wanton Noodle at Lavender Hawker Centre..