5 Cross Street
#01-23 Market Street Interim Hawker Centre
Singapore 048418

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Tuesday:
09:30am - 03:00pm

Wednesday:
09:30am - 03:00pm

Thursday:
09:30am - 03:00pm

Friday:
09:30am - 03:00pm

Saturday:
Closed

Sunday:
09:30am - 03:00pm

Monday:
09:30am - 03:00pm

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Reviews

From the Burpple community

Second time having this and I really liked it this time! Noodles were al-dente / qq and I found the savoury sauce rather nice today. Fried wantons were crispy, boiled wantons were meaty n bouncy. Charsiew was great! I think I developed a craving for this oh no

Edit: also would like to say that the portions are SUPER generous and the uncle is also very friendly :)

This was the first time I tried their wanton mee. Liked the charsiew, it was relatively lean so it didn’t feel too sinful, but still had nice caramelisation and some fatty parts. Dumplings were good too! Noodles/sauce was decent, but I like feifei’s (the yuhua one) sauce better.

This was my lunch bud’s order. It came with charsiew, ngoh hiang, fried dumpling, fried wanton, veg and noodles, and boiled wantons in soup (unpictured). Very value for money and there was nice caramelisation on the charsiew! Ngoh hiang and fried dumpling was good too :)

This stall is popular for its thick and saucy dry wanton mee but I prefer noodle soups, therefore opted for the soup version. For $3.50, WORTH is the only word I can use to describe this bowl. In my opinion, the star would be the thick cuts of Char Siew, perfectly charred and not too fatty, just the right amount of fats I would say. The queue moves quite fast so don’t worry about having to wait too long to get a bowl!

Got introduced to this somewhat phenomenal bowl of noodles for the first time in my life - qq noodles drenched in delicious and slightly sweet sauce, never ending pieces of charsiew and yummy ngoh hiang and wanton at the side.

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Super value for money wanton mee that made the heat and crowd worth while! Happy to discover this after so long, introduced to me by a die hard fan at work. The smell caught my attention 😅

So for the wanton mee, you have the option to have boiled or deep friend wantons (or mix!) and it comes with a generous portion of lean char siew, the kind that is not heavily charred or caramelised. It also comes with a piece of fish cake and ngo hiang!

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