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153 Tyrwhitt Road
Singapore 207566

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10:30am - 08:00pm

10:30am - 08:00pm

10:30am - 08:00pm

10:30am - 08:00pm

10:30am - 08:00pm

10:30am - 08:00pm

10:30am - 08:00pm

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A worthy offshoot of 88 next door. The char siew was as good as their famous roast meat. It's not a lot, but when it's great, you appreciate every piece. Noodles were fine, with generous lard, but the chilli for a normal portion was way excessive and turned the dish too spicy.

Just side-by-side with 88 Roast Meat, this stall offers a variation of char siew dish that we are all so familiar. The bbq smokey charred char siew was intensely flavorful and paired with crispy roast meat that melts in your mouth; it’s sinful. The noodles and wanton are probably shadowed by the meat already but it’s still good to see 88 Roast diversify their dish parings. If you cant stand queue for char siew, perhaps you might want to try this instead.


Very yummy wanton mee for lunch, the char siew is very nice!


Housed in the same coffeeshop as Hua Yang SiChuan cuisine along Tyrwhitt road, this stall is the neighbour and extension of the famed 88 Hong Kong Roast Meat Specialist. The Wanton Mee Co only has three items available on the menu — Wanton Mee ($4.50), Kai Lan ($4.50) and Wanton Soup ($4.50). However, you can avoid the long queue at 88 Hong Kong Roast Meat Specialist and get their roasts meats added onto the wanton noodles instead! Get the Char Siew ($2) for its melt-in-your-mouth fatty bits, or the Sio Bak ($2) for the unbelievably crackling skin. While the noodles won't blow your mind, portions are generous, making this a satisfying lunch altogether.
Avg Price: $5 per person
Photo by Burppler Daniel Hum


From the same team behind one of the bestest sio baks in town comes this wanton mee stall. They only have three items on the menu: wanton mee (dry/soup), wanton soup and oyster sauce veg, but add-ons from the sister stall next door is possible (and should totes be encouraged), esp since the queue for the original stall is usually longer.

If you like the wetter kind of wanton mee (think Kok Kee), then this will most probably float your boat. I prefer my noodles on the q-er end of the spectrum, and unfortunately the batch we had was a little overcooked. I was also hoping for the chilli kick to be feistier, but theirs was on the sweeter side. The wantons were rather disappointing – bland and had zilch texture, but you don't come here for that. You're here for the good char siew (fattier parts FTW!) and the even better sio bak. 🤤


88 roast meat is expanding their range by offering noodles now and we're not complaining! We added on an extra meat (sio bak) for just $2. While our noodles was slightly over cooked, the stars here are definitely still the sio bak and sticky, smoky char siew. 🌟

As usual, the sio bak and the crisp, biscuity crackling was one of a kind! Definitely a must try 😝