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341 Beach Road
Singapore 199567

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09:00am - 03:00pm

09:00am - 03:00pm


09:00am - 03:00pm

09:00am - 03:00pm

09:00am - 03:00pm

09:00am - 03:00pm

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Been a while since my last meal at Fatty Thai! Still a great rendition of Thai wanton mee, with meaty chunks of char siew and lotsa lard. It might look unassuming, but the noodles are tossed in a light but tasty sauce that packs a punch with chilli flakes. Only thing that fell flat today was the fried wantons that were kinda stale.


The noodle is above average and the charsiew is the dry crispy sweet type, not fatty as opposed to their shop name. The spiciness is just nice. The skin of the wanton is abit too tough and the filling is too little. Soup is chicken stock soup. Overall 6.5/10

Unfortunately, this dish was disappointing despite the relatively good reviews by food bloggers. In all honesty, I wasn't expecting the same standard as I had in Thailand, but the standard of prep put into this was what put us off.

The rice was not kept warm - the staff alr kept the rice in tupperware in the fridge - we ordered it this at 2.30pm which was still before their closing. This made the rice harder and dryer than it should have been. The pig trotters were also just warm, not kept hot. I'm pretty sure this affects the texture and bite of the meat & fatty skin. I get that its pretty near their closing time, but if they're not prepared to keep the ingredients fresh till then, they might as well not sell the dish anymore.

Rating: 2.5 / 5

Noodles is thicker and more Q than the usual Singapore/HK wanton mee noodles. Similar to Kolo mee thickness & texture. The fried and boiled wantons are above average. The char siew I got wasn't as fatty as I hoped, I also wished it was more charred like the M'sian style char siew (but I guess this is the Thai style charsiew? So i shouldn't compare that way haha). Otherwise, I really liked this dish and would come back again if I have the time.

Rating: 3.9 / 5

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The Char siew had a good char, with a smoky flavour and just a hint of sweetness, accompanied by nicely filled wantons that were crispy without being too greasy or floury. ($4/5) @fattythaisg
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Wonton Noodles ($5)
@FattyThaisg is really elusive, tucked away in a coffeeshop along Beach Road. My 1st attempt was met with a “closed for renovations” and my 2nd attempt was met with “only left char siew”. The stewed pork rice was not available. Tried this anyway and yes, the noodles were al-dente and carried a nice flavour though a tad dry. The char siew was also juicy and tasted like char siew as opposed to some wonton noodles shop which just uses red dye on their dry slab of pork. It was disappointing not to have tried the wontons because I don’t think that for $5, it is worth the effort to make another trip down as the noodles just doesn’t pack that kind of oomph and the quantity of the ingredients doesn’t justify the hefty price tag.