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11 Lorong 3 Toa Payoh
Jackson Square Block A
Singapore 319579

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10:00am - 02:00pm

10:00am - 02:00pm


08:00am - 04:00pm

08:00am - 04:00pm

08:00am - 04:00pm

08:00am - 04:00pm

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From the Burpple community

HK style of wanton mee, springy with sauce that flavour but not too sweet.
Comes with fatty char siew and 2 big wanton.
The wanton very interesting , beside it’s huge, filling with minced pork, black fungus and water chestnuts.
Too bad My bowl doesn’t have a lot of crispy pork lard. But it’s very good bowl of wanton mee.
📍Chef Kang’s Noodle House.
Block A, Jackson Square, 11 Toa Payoh Lorong 3.

Finally tried this much hyped wanton mee and i’m glad to say we weren’t disappointed.

The noodles & especially the char siew were both excellent; their springy noodles are specially imported from Hong Kong, while the char siew were well charred & fatty. Overall, it is definitely above average and i will definitely be back again for more.

We went after lunch time on a weekday and there was no queue at all, so you can try going at this timing to avoid the long queue.


When it involves Wanton Mee, the one who usually doesn’t queue for food ends up queueing too — made my way and spent an hour before getting my grubby hands on this; in no way were they slow, but the queue is seemingly long because of the amount of large orders they had which inevitably slow things down. Everything was well-executed; from the springy, thin noodles to the flavourful sauce which provides a lot of depth to the dish; the pork lard being all crisp without all that grease being trapped within, and the Char Siew was all tender whilst delivering a meaty bite — a balance in between being lean, and fatty. I really like the soup that the wantons are swimming in; that rich chicken broth is absolutely delicious and warms the soul — a rarity for typical soups accompanying Wanton Mee, while the wantons were plump and well filled with meat and even comes with chestnuts for a bite. I would say I wouldn’t mind queueing up for this again, though probably waiting for the crowds to die down would be a better time (or would the crowds even die down for this one?).