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An elevated version of your usual bowl of wanton mee, with ingredients like tea-smoked Iberico Char Siew and roe atop the springy noodles paired with a bowl of savoury tonkatsu broth.

Offering two types of Char Siew Noodles - Signature Char Siu Noodles ($6) and aromatic Truffle Char Siu Noodles ($9), there are also side dishes like Wanton Tonkotsu Soup and Fried Wanton with Truffle Mayo for sharing.

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Aunties were nice and friendly but unfortunately the kaya butter bun was rather average. Bun is chewy but could have been more crisp outside and fluffy inside; the kaya is nice even tho it’s the generic kind; could have been more generous with the cold butter as it was so little it melted quickly. Would rather have the kaya toast from Choon Seng coffee - they use generic white bread but it has better execution!

It was nice but I think I still prefer @/swancitynoodlehouse's kolo mee, their noodles taste better to me! Bc of how fragrant (lard, probably) their sauce is. Both are at amoy lvl 2, both are good options if you feel like eating some delish springy noodles. This one comes with boiled (slippery smooth with a reasonable amount of filling) & fried wantons (v crunchy and freshly fried), charsiew (kinda dry), napa cabbage, and minced pork. Added lots of sour green chili which I love!! The soup is also p decent, it’s light and clear but tasty. Would buy again!!

A decent lunch option! Banmian itself ain’t the best, could be more springy but the sauce and minced meat here is loaded with teepo (sole fish) which gives so so much flavour. Sauce is lightly spicy and very savoury, gives a heat without coming off too strong. There's no non-spicy version so the auntie will either advise you to go for ban mian soup or 微辣. There's sooo much minced meat! They give a couple of stewed mushrooms and some lettuce, and an egg - these toppings were p standard, nothing to nitpick about other than the egg was not runny. Soup is quite flavourful! Overall a satisfying bowl, if their ban mian had better texture it'll be p bomb.

Had Amoy Don from lunch the other day and got the cheesy cutlet don. I honestly wasn’t expecting much but this was surprisingly good! Cutlet was really crispy and it really had cheese oozing out of it! Portion size was also pretty substantial for the price. Would recommend for whoever is in the CBD area cos need go back office liao.

The portion was HUGE - they gave quite a lot of noodles, not sure if it’s the usual portion or because my container threw off the portioning :p The noodle is the typical dry vermicelli that u get at Vietnamese establishments in SG, its soft but not soggy, q standard. Sauce was ok, could be more tangy. Spring roll was retrieved from a packet in the freezer, deep fried upon order. Q crispy and there’s a shrimp in there, but I’ve had better. Pork chop is soft and thin but not juicy and tender the way grilled pork is in other Bún thịt nướngs I’ve tried. They give lots of fresh veg - there’s cucumbers, lettuce, basil, and beansprouts, plus some peanut topping. Thought this bowl could do with a little bit of spice, some mild heat would make it nicer. It’s a passable bowl of dry vermicelli, comparable to pho street / other Vietnamese chain stores, but standards definitely differ from better Vietnamese establishments like moc quan / red sparrow / uncle ho’s / mrs pho.

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