531A Upper Cross Street
#02-48/49/50 Hong Lim Market & Food Centre
Singapore 051531

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06:00am - 08:30pm

06:00am - 08:30pm

06:00am - 08:30pm

06:00am - 06:30pm

06:00am - 08:30pm

06:00am - 08:30pm

06:00am - 08:30pm

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The bowl of Signature noodles was generously loaded with ingredients like Char Siew Slices, minced pork, braised mushrooms, wantons, pork lard as well as greens.

I was swept away by how flavourful and by its piquant taste when I had the first mouthful. It has a unique fragrant that was not commonly found in normal hawker noodles on top of those pork lard bits. Texture of the noodle is springy too.

Came back here today to get the $5.50 bowl of signature wanton mee for breakfast!! The amount of ingredients provided was really generous and never fails to impress. Just look at the amount of char siew served, and there is a good mix of lean and fatty pieces!! The fried wanton was really crispy, while the steamed ones had a lot of meat filling in them. 😋

Would encourage everyone to come for breakfast because there isn't a queue and it's a lot easier to find a seat at the hawker centre!

Followed where the queues took me and boy was I not disappointed! Love the al dante noodles (similar to that of Eng’s) which I don’t normally find, I much prefer this to the usual translucent yellow wanton mee noodles (if you know, you know).

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This stall serves wanton noodles with noodles that are of the thicker and less springy variety, so it may not suit everyone's tastes. However, the highlight is really the amount of ingredients you get for just $4.50 - 2 wanton, 2 fried wanton, many pieces of mushrooms and char siew. It is really one of the most value-for-money dishes around!

Do make sure you mix the noodles well in the sauce before eating (which can be a little hard because of the sheer number of ingredients)! If possible, I would advise you to try the stall during breakfast hours, as the queue is a lot shorter than that during lunchtime, especially on weekdays.

$4.50/serving, with extremely generous serving of wanton noodles and thick slab of chicken cutlet. The cutlet was fried-upon-order, hence you’re assured of a freshly-fried piece of chicken each time you order. The batter was crisp and the chicken was tender and juicy - nothing tough and distasteful. It was pretty addictive and ... a sizeable piece that leaves you really full after some noodles too. Definitely not for someone with a small appetite (advisable to share). Jiji serves this with their special wanton noodles - slightly thicker version than most wanton noodle places that I’ve been too. The thicker noodles soaks up the curry very well; with a springy texture that makes you wanna finish all up even if you’re already very filled up from the cutlet. The curry was a tad more salty than the version from Cantonese Delight, also located in the same hawker, but definitely very yummy too.

Comes with 3 crispy wantons and 3 normal wantons, with plenty of charsiew and mushrooms!! They’re so generous that the ingredients covered the wanton noodles beneath!