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270 Queen Street
#01-118 Albert Centre Market & Food Centre
Singapore 180270

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Wednesday:
07:30am - 08:30pm

Thursday:
07:30am - 08:30pm

Friday:
07:30am - 08:30pm

Saturday:
07:30am - 08:30pm

Sunday:
07:30am - 08:30pm

Monday:
07:30am - 08:30pm

Tuesday:
07:30am - 08:30pm

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Reviews

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Love the springy noodles. Generous servings and affordable price. You should not miss this spot if you love old school flavour.

Noodles were not bad w the sauce, just that it was a bit softer and not qq. The boiled wanton is quite meaty, and the fried wanton was crisp. A decent plate but nothing to shout about. The auntie is v nice!!

Noodles were springy and flavourful when you toss it with the sauce and chilli. You get abit of everything, with two each of dumplings, fried and steamed wantons. The wantons and dumplings were made fresh by the stall owner, and the fried wantons taste just like how my grandmother used to make it for me.

Located at Albert Centre Food Centre, try it next time when you visit Bugis Street or the famous Bugis Temple.

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Wanton Noodle.

Read more: https://www.misstamchiak.com/traditional-wanton-mee/

Trying out a random stall at Albert Food Centre named Traditional Wanton Noodle — this is the item to go for if you want to get the best of all worlds; each portion comes with two wantons, two dumplings and two fried wantons, all of them alongside char siew as well.

As far as it goes being something I just randomly went for, I must say I am quite satisfied — the noodle springy and tossed in a good amount of sauce for the savoury flavour that it gets laced in. Between the three, I liked the fried wantons the most; it's crisp and well-filled without being too greasy. The dumplings came a close second with ample meatiness within. The char siew was rather generic, though serviceable considering it's a stall that focuses more on their wanton mee than roast meats. Overall, quite a decent eat I wouldn't mind going for if in the area.

The name of the stall speaks for itself. Try this if you like wanton noodles the "old school" way. The combination of chilli sauce, oil and soya sauce hits the spot for me.

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