448 Clementi Avenue 3
Singapore 120448

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06:30am - 04:00pm

06:30am - 04:00pm

06:30am - 04:00pm


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One such old school wanton mee stall is Boon Kee Wanton Mee, which commands a snacking queue especially during peak hours. The secret lies in their fluffy noodle that sits within a pool of dark sauce mixture that you must mix it well. The cardboard-style char siew is nothing to shout about except it gives a certain texture to the overall dish, while the deep fried wantons and soup wantons were normal tasting.
✨ Boon Kee Wanton Mee
📍 448 Clementi Avenue 3, Clementi 448 Food Centre, Unit 01-40, Singapore 120448
🍴 [Self-Funded]

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My mum used to da pao this for me every sunday morning, when I used to stay in clementi.

This popular store in clementi 448 is not helmed by the next generation.

The sauce now not as spicy as last time, but it still have the same taste as way before.

The dumpling as usual, is great.

Rather disappointing plate of wantan mee. Noodle was so so and char siew was dry. Not worth queuing for it

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I never really liked wanton noodles since young because of the alkaline taste of the mee kia used usually. Recent cravings of wantons led me to this surprise gem at the Clementi Market and Food Centre!

It's not difficult to understand why there was a long queue at the stall but it moves quite quickly. The signature wanton noodle ($3/$3.50) comes in a reasonable portion of springy mee kia, 5 pieces of thick char siew, 1 golden crispy fried wanton and a bowl of soup with 2 wantons. The sauce of the noodles was rather unique as it was more sweet than savory, and on top of that, sweet ketchup was added as I asked for it to be non-spicy. Though the char siew was on the slightly dry side, I liked how chewy they were. But what I enjoyed the most was the crispiness of the fried wanton that gave the satisfaction when the wanton skin breaks so fragilely in one bite. One thing about their wantons is that they aren't salty like some that really spam salt in the minced pork!


A hearty breakfast at Clementi hawker after an orientation camp in school is a great way to start my birthday proper. Queued for around 10 minutes for this, $4.40 was what I paid for 2 extra dumplings with the wanton noodles. Chili was spicy and decent but not very amazing. Noodles were good but what will leave me wanting more would be their dumplings which whole shrimps can be found and was worth every buck. I followed the crowd in the hawker and I'm glad I did it :) it closes very early roughly after lunchtime so be there before lunch time!


The true legend of the west, one of the heaviest wanton I had. When I mentioned it's the heaviest which means the one of the best wanton noodles I've had.