120 Bukit Merah Lane 1
#01-09 Alexandra Village Food Centre
Singapore 150120

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07:00am - 04:00pm

07:00am - 04:00pm

07:00am - 04:00pm

07:00am - 04:00pm


07:00am - 04:00pm

07:00am - 04:00pm

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Tasted q old school. The noodles weren’t really springy, but I liked the simple dressing it had, just a bit of lard, not heavy at all. Char siew was pretty lean and dry, wantons were alright but some might find it too plain. It’s passable and I’m glad to have finally tried it but I don’t think I’ll be hankering for it. I think this for those who like such old school flavours!

Dover Road Kai Kee wanton mee first opened over 30 years ago at the now demolished Dover Road Hawker centre.

It is now located at Alexandra Village Hawker. The noodles were good. Wanton was meaty. I didn't really like the dry Char Siew pieces.

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Kai Kee Wanton Noodle uses a traditional Chinese Wine sauce instead of the more common dark sauce as their sauce base. This is similar to that of the famed Kok Kee Wanton Noodles at Foch Road which my wife loves. The sauce gave the noodles the same slick coat of oil but unfortunately fell flat based on taste. The noodles were also slightly thicker, pretty soggy and lacking in bite. At $3 a plate for small with 4 wantons, the portion was generous. Not a fan of the cardboard Char Siew Kok Kee has also though.

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It was lunch time & the pretty popz Alexandra food village was packed with options. Competition is strong the vendors and therefore value for $ awesome eats like this are mainstays of the hawker scene. Unlike other wanton 🏠, the springy wanton noods here doesn’t come drizzled in black, sweet sauce nor red chilli/ tomato sauce. As pictured, it’s served in its purest, with light broth to wet the noodles. Presumably also the soup that the noods were blanched in. Comes with the usual charsiew and 4x wantons.

Springy noodles, after mixing with their sauce is simply excellent. Big portion, at just $2.50. For big eaters, feel free to order the $3 one.

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Unfortunately this famous stall doesn't tick all the boxes. Taking centre stage is some lousy char siew - dry, tough, bland. Everything else was so-so, although the wet noodles won some redemption.

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