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don't know whether how authentic but this was really tasty πŸ˜‹ Original BaaMee ($4.50) & Tom Yam BaaMee($5) - Out of the two, the Tom Yam one was much preferred as it was spicy and more flavourful but the one was I ordered already less spicy but was spicy enough already.So for those who really enjoys that spicy kick you could get the tom yam one as it is while you cool it off with their iced thai milk tea!

Tonight's dinner was an adventure for me as I ordered this wonton mee with medium risk as there were much negative online reviews. Maybe it was the low expectation I previously had but it was actually pretty decent! Noodles were a little hard to chew, I ordered the Tom yam version which is basically just sweet and spicy(not any special). The slices of roasted pork were acceptable and what I had found good was its wonton which was relatively larger than average. It would be unfair to compare this to those I had in bangkok but maybe where I really crave for Thai style wonton mee during work, I would pay them a visit again!


Well pork trotter was okay I guess,egg was good, wanton was not bad and noodle is good but I prefer the one at yck! Overall was good :) missing the cheap and awesome one in bkk! Whoever is in bkk better go eat their wanton noodles! πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

Review: http://danielfooddiary.com/2015/01/06/baamee

Priding themselves as Thailand's No. 1 place for wanton noodles and pig trotters is BaaMee Bangkok. Their original wanton noodles are good already, but since you're already there, what you really ought to go for is their specialty tom yum wanton noodles. With noodles of great texture, great flavour, and a great spicy kick, what's not to love? Be warned, though, the blast from the tom yum is not for the fainthearted. To complete your experience at BaaMee, make sure you try their pig trotters as well! It is their specialty after all. ;)


Super shiok and spicyπŸ”₯ bring a tissue to blow ur nose after thatπŸ˜†