Short queue on a weekday at about 8 plus in the evening.

Quite generous with char siew slices. Decent taste and quality, but on the hard side. At least they are not paper-thin.

The fried wanton is nice, but a tad salty. Soup is good. Much better than soups from other wanton mee stalls. Peppery and savoury. Wanton in soup meaty and well-marinated.

The highlight of this stall is the springy wanton mee and the well-balanced chilli sauce. Not overly spicy and complements the mee v well.

This is definitely a wanton mee at least two notches above your average wanton mee.

I will revisit this place just for the wanton mee.