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11 Lorong 3 Toa Payoh
Jackson Square Block A
Singapore 319579

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08:00am - 04:00pm

08:00am - 02:00pm

08:00am - 02:00pm


08:00am - 04:00pm

08:00am - 04:00pm

08:00am - 04:00pm

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Go for this dish if you are at Chef Kang’s Noodle House instead of the prawn noodles. Both dishes come with the crispy pork cutlet, which frankly goes better with rice.

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Feat their succulent char siew wanton meee for $5 🤩🤩For each bowl of wanton mee, there is a bowl of soup with 2 wantons inside. ⁣⁣
Highlights of the dish: ⁣⁣
• The fat tender char siew, it gets more shiok w every bite. Some other reviews said they feel jelat at the end but not for mee.🤪🤤🤩 ⁣⁣
• Big cubes of crispy lard with springy noodles in dark sauce. I don’t usually eat the lard but this was worth the calories. 🙈😂👍🏻⁣⁣
• Rich chicken broth was fragrant and v tasty. 😌⁣⁣
For me the let down was the wanton which tasted like a dumpling for me. The texture was good but I wished there was more flavor in it. ⁣⁣
All in all, I’m super glad that I managed to get this dish w/o a queue and see the apprentice chef in action. Also happy that I can eat Michelin Bib gourmand dishes at affordable prices. 😍🤩🤩🙌🏻👏🏻⁣⁣
Their menu has 3 items.⁣⁣
1) Char siew wanton mee $5⁣⁣
2) Char siew wanton mee + abalone $10 ⁣⁣
3) 1 plate of char siew $10 ⁣⁣
🍽 is at 11 Lorong 3 Toa Payoh ⁣⁣
Jackson Square Block A Ground/Food Court ⁣⁣
🕰 Tuesday to Sunday 8.00am-4.00pm⁣⁣
(Closes on Mondays) ⁣⁣

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With springy noodles imported from Hong Kong, gloriously fatty pork belly char siew and plump wanton filled with whole prawn. The best part was ending the meal with their comforting chicken soup. Those who prefer a lighter taste can opt for the noodle soup version. #yummy #happybelly #burpple (S$5)

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Heard of this shop and the buzzing long queue that it attracts for a long time. Finally we decided to go down to Jackson square, hoping that the hype has already died down. There was no queue when we went on a saturday morning. The char siew was superb, the chilli mixed with the finely cut noodles was amazing. My only regret was that I should have ordered the normal wanton noodles so that I can have more chunks of the delicious fatty char siew.


Some thoughts: not many surprises.
In fact, previous years I would be armed with a camera to ‘cheong’ to try out various awarded stalls. I am staying in office drinking green tea today.
There is somewhat just slightly more diversity in terms of location (finally more stalls from Bedok are in), but many other food choices and areas are still left out. Oh well.
Congratulations to all winners! We appreciate you all for your delicious food.
#DFDNoodles #DFDMichelin


Third time visiting this stall and still love the char siew and wanton. Wanton is plump with minced meat and prawn. Char Siew is flavorful and slightly fatty (in a good way). Went at 2pm on a weekday and there is no queue! Score!

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