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Wanton Noodle (Dry)

Located at 72 Joo Chiat Place, Singapore 427789. .
Wanton Mee, $4. Its getting late and we are craving for a bowl of delicious wanton mee, so we decided to drop by Fei Fei wanton mee to get a small bowl. Springy noodles tossed in their ketchup gravy with sliced char siu. There’s also 2 fried wantons and 2 soft, infused in gravy wantons! Don’t forget to bring your finished bowl for additional soup! .
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$4 each
Chicken feet $7

Small portion. Taste is average

Exploring Joo Chiat Place and got hungry when I chanced upon this wanton mee place.

If u like wanton mee not overpowered by the taste of sauces then this is the place for you. Noodles were al dente but lacked the springy quality I usually like and lookout for. The ingredients like char siew and fried wanton are a tad on the sparse/small side too for large portion ordered.

The shrimp dumplings were alright but nothing that stood out to make it memorable.

Pretty good springy QQ noodles with chilli sauce. Wonton was average and char siew was bland but I don’t mind coz the noodles is just good! 》$4

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We're here for the wanton mee ($4 for small size), but were drawn by this plate of meatballs ($7).
Simply fried, with a special sauce to go along with. The meatballs are addictive. I could eat them all by myself. Some meatballs have too much flour. These are not like that. Each bite is a mouthful of meaty goodness. Rather juicy, with right amount of seasoning. Not too salty. These are like what I would have at home. Nice!
The wanton mee does not disappoint, though I would call the size "snack" size. Small bowls for dainty appetite. However, it does not rival my fav wanton mee spot (at 117 Geylang east food ctr).
I would not come here for wanton mee cravings, but I'll definitely pop by if I'm somewhere near.