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

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06:00am - 06:30pm

06:00am - 08:30pm

06:00am - 08:30pm

06:00am - 08:30pm

06:00am - 08:30pm

06:00am - 08:30pm

06:00am - 08:30pm

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Located at Blk 531A, Upper Cross Street, unit 02-49, Singapore 051531. .
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*😋
#hungryunicornsg #jijiwantonnoodlespecialist #基记面家

The highlight for me is the noodle.
The noodles texture springy, bouncy and thicker than the normal mee kia.
Served with homemade dark soya sauce, that’s not too sweet and it’s fragrant.
The char siew not enough tender but it’s meaty and much better than other stall that served char siew sliced very thin..
📍Ji Ji Wanton Noodle Specialist.
Block 531A, Upper cross street, Level 02, #02-49.
Hong Lim Food Complex.

Chewy noodles with plentiful of ingredient, what more to expect? Totally value for money, with two fat wantons wootz!

Do expect to queue for the noodles though.

Noodles are bouncy and springy. Lots of ingredients besides char siew and wanton. Tasty and worth trying.

Just had to get the upsized version to make all the queuing worthwhile. They were really generous on the char siew slices, braised mushrooms and ping pong sized wanton. Oh ya for the fried wanton at the side, please note that they are just wanton skins with no meat filling. Haha it took me some time to get over it because I felt cheated for thinking that they were fried wanton (FYI I am a huge fan of fried wanton).
All these aside, I just had this humongous love for their noodles! It was SOOO springy, totally deserving all my thumbs and big toes up! For those of you who prefer softer noodles, this might not get into your good books. But it’s definitely getting into mine:)

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Hong Lim is always my go-to-place for lunch if I happen to be in the CBD area, and more often I find myself having Ji Ji's Signature Char Siew Wanton Noodles ($5.50)

There's really no flaws to this noodles dish; Springy noodles that's packed with Wantons and char-siew and it's so affordable. What more can you ask for right?