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Soi 19 Thai Wanton Mee (Ang Mo Kio)

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151 Ang Mo Kio Avenue 5
Singapore 560151

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07:15am - 03:30pm



07:15am - 03:30pm

07:15am - 03:30pm

07:15am - 03:30pm

07:15am - 03:30pm

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3rd time having this dish. Love it when they put the crispy pork skins. It's a must. A bit salty

this bowl of noodles may look unassuming, but don’t let its looks fool you. at first glance it seemed to lack colour and i was not expecting much honestly. however after taking my first bite of noodles i understood the hype around this place. the egg noodles were bursting with flavour and their springy chewiness lent a good bite to the whole dish. at $5, the portion of noodles may seem a little small but the extra ingredients make up for it. the fried wantons’ crisp perfection provided a contrasting crunch to the noodles while the thai fish sausages were fragrant without being overtly oily. they also gave a sizeable serving of pork lard which made me really happy 😆

rating: 4/5

Seemingly a Thai Style wonton noodle, garnished with loads of proteins... charred char siew, sausages peppered with lard chips... give this noodle alot of omph...

The main winner of this dish is the noodles. The noodles are lightly coated in shallot oil and are really firm, giving them both the right texture and flavour. The char siew are not the "cardboard" kind available in most wanton mee, and are flavourful, with the right amount of char. The Thai sausages given are also worth a mention, as they were like upgraded versions of Taiwan sausages. The portions are okay and this bowl is definitely worth a trip down!!

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Springy egg noodles tossed with ingredients such as char siew, lap cheong, fried wantons, vegetables and most importantly, fried pork lard! Not forgetting more boiled wantons in that flavourful bowl of soup.
Taste-wise, it wasn’t mind-blowing since it just had that tinge of uniqueness not found in our local version. But nevertheless, it was still yummy and enjoyable.
P.S. You can help yourself to the free-flow fried pork lard at the AMK outlet!
Rating: ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

Even though it might look plain and tasteless, it’s actually a flavour bomb in a bowl. Tastefully tossed in pork lard oil, each strand of noodles is coated evenly with the oil which makes it even more appetizing. The char siew has been smoked and sliced in a substantial size that’s unfamiliar to our usual wanton noodles, which is usually served with the thin, dry and dyed meat that they call “char siew”. I was truly impressed by this stall and it totally lived up to its hype.
Soi 19 Thai Wanton Mee
Address: 151, Ang Mo Kio Avenue 5, Singapore 560151