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

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Tuesday:
06:00am - 08:30pm

Wednesday:
06:00am - 08:30pm

Thursday:
06:00am - 08:30pm

Friday:
06:00am - 08:30pm

Saturday:
06:00am - 08:30pm

Sunday:
06:00am - 06:30pm

Monday:
06:00am - 08:30pm

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Reviews

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This was an above average bowl of wanton noodles. They were rather generous with ingredients (charsiew, relatively plump boiled wantons, 2 fried wantons, mushrooms and veg), which were all pretty decent. My favourite part of the meal was the noodles, as they were springy and tossed in a delicious sauce. Their queues move quite quickly so it’s a good CBD lunchtime option!

It's my first time dining in Hong Lim Food Centre actually. I only discovered that this hawker centre is 2 floors last year (yes, I'm born and bred in sg but I'm not familiar with chinatown). Came after lunch time and most stalls were already closed. Thought Jiji Wanton Noodles sounded familiar, might be one of the must-tries items that i read b4, seeing that they occupy 3 units, their biz must be not bad. Indeed! At $4.50, i must say that there's a lot of ingredients and the sauce was good too. The noodles are thicker than the usual wanton mee noodles but still good!

It has been about 7 years since I last ate Ji Ji Wanton Noodles. Visited their stall again in Dec 2019 and the dish is still very nice. The noodles are thicker than the normal mee kia, and it is very springy. The sauce complements the noodles well. The portion of ingredients is reasonable for the price of $4.50. I will definitely recommend this stall.

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Tried their recommended noodle, pretty good. Maybe come back to try their other noodles such as hor fun and curry noodles.

Good portion for its price, we also tried their wanton soup. Quite generous, I mean the meat filling.

Ji Ji noodle is located at Hong lim food complex and it is easy to find them because they have 2 big and bright stall which is not a norm, and i even just found out that they have a full fledged stall with air-conditioning at Kreta Ayer Road so who prefer better environment can head over there

Anyway I try their signature wanton mee(from $4.50) and it is easily to say they are one of the best wonton mee in term from noodle,sauce and the ingredients.

The noodles are springy perfectly cook and for the sauce is savoury with a hint on the sweet side, for the ingredient they pack it with good amount of charsiu,mushrooms and you even have fried and boil wanton that is pack with meat.

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Located at Blk 531A, Upper Cross Street, unit 02-49, Singapore 051531. .
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Char Siew Wanton Ipoh Hor Fan, $4.50. One of the few popular stalls in Hong Lim Complex with a long snaking q during lunchtime that you won’t missed. We had their Signature Char Siew Wanton, and decided to swop their noodle for Ipoh Hor Fan:) Huge portion for the price, there’s lots of Savory Char Siew, 2 wantons and 2 fried crispy wanton, love those crunch! We love their black gravy with flavorful mushroom which they pour over the Ipoh Hor Fan, it’s so fantastic!! We added some green chilli at the side and it goes so well! Cheap and good lunch! *Tummy rubs*😋
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