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Noodles was classically al dente no doubt. Their sauce was pretty well paired for the noodles. Char Siew is still old schooled style thinly sliced. Paired with liberal amount of pork lard. Its such a sinful meal. A peeve about the noodles is the excessive oil in the noodles. After all its their signature serving.

 

Ordered a bowl of shrimp dumplings soup. Must say that it packed a punch with the amount of meat and bits of prawns which makes it so crunchy to bite.

Worth to taste.

Bert Chai

As what other said, “Worth the wait!” Come before 8am and place your order and you will be given a number. I waited about 30minutes.

Dean Liew

Brilliant. Go for an early breakfast. Char Siew is juicy and not at all dry. Noodles are good and the sauce is tasteful (not bland). I always go for the dry one with extra charsiew. 4$ a plate for heavenly goodness ?

Harsh Saxena

The touch of lard makes it a heavenly and nostalgic bowl of familiar flavours. Indeed the famous charcoal char siew is worth the calories with a good ratio of fats and lean. Highly recommend to patient patrons with time to spare as waiting time is at least 30 mins.

JG

One of d best Won Tan Mee in S’pore located at Geylang Lor 21A . I find d dish has everything right fr A~Z w their ingredients cooked it w d original Cantonese’s version that is so delicious in having d dish .

Lim Jit Kow

This is my family’s favourite wanton mee stall in the East. We prefer it with black sauce to the original. You have to ask for pickled green chillies and crispy lard if desired. Price starts from $4.

Samantha Han

Not a wanton mee connoisseur but this ($4) was so satisfying. The noodles have a real bite to them and no doughy taste. In fact they are perfectly seasoned (not sure about the non-spicy version) ; there’s no need for additional soy sauce. I could eat it on its own! Char siew is a tasty mix of lean and fatty pork slices, and the wanton soup is worthy accompaniment. Portion is just nice..

Alexandra Teng

Arguably one of the best wanton noodle in Singapore! The sauce is thick and does not become diluted even after some time. The much vaunted char siew is good but not earth shattering! Verdict: VERY GOOD!!

John Goh

One of the best wanton noodles I’ve had. The noodles are springy and taste good, even after they have spent about 15 min in the takeaway container (I drove there to dabao). Char siew and wantons are good as well. Portion is acceptable – 3 wantons for the $4 version. My only regret is that I didn’t get to try the soup… They were running out of wantons so I couldn’t order a separate wanton soup. Will definitely go back to dabao again.

Sally Low

I have been eating Koung’s Watan Mee for 40+ yrs , and i am still visiting the store . I had tried so many Wantan Mee stores in SG . Nobody can challenge them , they roast thier own Char Siew and make their own mee and thatbmade them so special

Johnson Teo

Delicious wanton new at only $4. Good portion and the char siew is better quality than most places. Noodles were springy, good.

Lionel Ng

This is one of the few stalls that brings back the Renaissance of good hawker dish,, quality and taste remains the same as 25 years ago, about on the strong side, oily fare, but the noodle and charsiew really wets the appetite. No one leaves disappointed why they hold the pole position for wantan mee.
 
 
 
 
 
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