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This is probably another stall in Marsiling that sell good wanton noodle, starting from $3.50.

Xiang Yuan’s noodle was chewy and the char siew got the smoky taste.

This is so nice to eat. The bak ku Teh taste light, I ordered a $4 version and asking for add ingredients only, no need to add noodle. It was so full til I skip my lunch. The q is sooooo long, waited abt half an hour then only my turn, but the food is good.

Fresh seafood, tasty soup n not pricey. Best eaten till date.
Closed on every Wednesday.
Try for yourself.

3 Likes

Just a little dark but properly sweet and caramelised and charred. It's not the breakfast of kings - and they're missing out.

2 Likes

They say eating dough fritters must pair with soya bean milk. For me, I prefer it the way it is.

$3, $4 or $5. Forgot to take a pic so this waving kitty is the only one. From Chun Heng Noodle House open since 1962, the dry version was excellent with 7 pieces of pork ribs swimming in dark herbal soup. Can choose from a variety of noodles, served lightly tossed in oil garnished with spring onions and fragrant fried shallots. Very worth it for just $3.

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