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

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Wednesday:
07:00am - 04:00pm

Thursday:
07:00am - 04:00pm

Friday:
07:00am - 04:00pm

Saturday:
07:00am - 04:00pm

Sunday:
07:00am - 04:00pm

Monday:
07:00am - 04:00pm

Tuesday:
Closed

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Known to be a cantonese dish, Wanton Noodles which is popular in the South East Asia countries are often served with a hot broth with wonton with Char Siew and vegetables as garnished over the noodles!
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Not a fan of wanton noodles but I wouldn't mind having this again! The sauce and the way they cooked the noodles indeed did a great impact to the taste and texture! It's definitely not those ordinary ones out there! With the add on of the Chili indeed spice up the experience to a greater scale! Wanton noodle became unexpectedly delicious somehow!🤔😯 If you're not a fan of wanton noodles, Do give this a try! It might change your perspective towards wanton noodles!
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It's situated at Alexandra Village Hawker Centre (Dover Road Kai Kee Wanton Noodle)

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It may not be famous, but it occupies a special place in my heart because I literally grew up eating it. Being just across the road from my primary and secondary school, Fairfield Methodist, my friends and I would often eat there after the dismissal bell rang. Having limited pocket money, a plate of $2 wonton mee was the best thing to us. To this day I still eat it regularly and love everything about it — it carries a special handmade feel, nothing like the factory-made noodles and char siew or wonton you get elsewhere. Because we were still kids who couldn't take chilli so well, the aunty would substitute with tomato ketchup, or you could also order "see yao yao" (which I think means "want soy sauce") for something plainer that still hits the perfect level of tastiness. It's a pity that a grass patch is all that's left of the food centre we Fairsians grew up with, but I'm glad that a special part of it lives on not too far away. #Hawkerpedia

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It may not be famous, but it occupies a special place in my heart because I literally grew up eating it. Being just across the road from my primary and secondary school, Fairfield Methodist, my friends and I would often eat there after the dismissal bell rang. Having limited pocket money, a plate of $2 wanton mee was the best thing to us. To this day, I still eat it regularly and love everything about it — it carries a special handmade feel, nothing like the factory-made noodles and char siew or wanton you get elsewhere. Because we were still kids who couldn't take chilli so well, the aunty would substitute with tomato ketchup, or you could also order "see yao yao" (which I think means "want soy sauce") for something more plain that still hits the perfect level of tastiness. It's a pity that a grass patch is all that's left of the food centre we Fairsians grew up with, but I'm glad that a special part of it lives on not too far away. #Hawkerpedia

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