From the Burpple community

Nestled in the Alibabar Hawker Bar along east coast road, this stall serves up some classic Thai grub like Basil Minced Pork and Tom Yum Goong. However, what seems to be the popular dish here is their Thai Wanton Noodles (S$6.90 Nett). Each serving comes with thick slices of grilled pork collar, two plump, pork-filled fried 'wantons', a soft-boiled egg and a generous amount of veggies atop the thin, eggy noodles. The bits of fried pork lard sprinkled on top were super sinful yet delicious. Noodles were packed with flavour and the wantons were wonderfully crispy and juicy. Their pork, however, was the star of the show. Each slice was tender, juicy, fatty and had a great char. (The grilled pork collar is also available for ala-carte order, starting at S$4.90 per 100grams.) Some level of spice would have been nice to cut through all the porky goodness though.

Overall, definitely would make a return visit to get my noodle fix and for that sexy pork collar.

๐ŸšซNo Air-Conditioning
๐Ÿ‘‹Self-Service (Order at respective stall counter)
๐Ÿ‘ฃFree Seating
๐Ÿ’ธPrices stated are NETT

While the taste was alright and serving of noodles was big, I was disappointed with the meat.
They were 95% fats.
๐Ÿ˜‚ nothing much left for protein...

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I love the Thai twist of wanton noodles with the springy noodles and the crispy wanton skin. I enjoyed the fish cake too with the spices they use for it, reminding me of Thailand at the same time.

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This is the small serving priced at $6.80 a bowl. Includes two fried wanton, fresh and thick stalks of vege, half a ramen egg, and slices of pork collar. The pork collar is flavoured with sweetness and it is very tender. You will find that the noodles are actually same as our usual hawker wanton mee but slightly thinner and softer. And there is no doubt that the vegetable is very fresh and crunchy. This is actually originated from a thai wanton mee instead of our local noodles.


Got the Thai-style braised pork leg with rice as takeaway from "Baan by Rochor Thai" yesterday and it totally hit the spot. For $6.60, I think it's really good value as well. Because besides the generous serving of meat (the hawker gave me a lean but still tender cut this time), there's also half an egg (its slightly soft yolk was perfect) and blanched vegetables included.


This place is easily my favourite Thai wanton mee "go to" place! They use pork collar instead of Charsiew! $6.80 per bowl! Also comes with a "ramen egg".