380 Jalan Besar
#01-09 ARC 380
Singapore 209000

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10:00am - 02:00am

10:00am - 02:00am

10:00am - 02:00am

10:00am - 02:00am

10:00am - 02:00am

10:00am - 02:00am

10:00am - 02:00am

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Best dumplings I had for a while.

Consistently good and big portion.

I like the texture of their noodles which are eggy and springy but find this bowl of noodles lacks seasoning. Add some condiments like their fried garlic, pork lard and extra spicy chill and the flavours start surfacing again. The wontons are more peppery than usual but still tasty.

Additional toppings such as noodles, char siew, wanton or vegetables are available at $1 per serving.

Thanks to Burpple Beyond, we get to enjoy 2 Main Dish for the price of 1 ✌ (U.P $4.80)


So cheap with BB 1-for-1 deals!!! This was a really great bowl of wanton noodles as well, I loved the thick QQ noodles.

Just go easy on the chilli though, it packs a lot of heat!



It’s hard to find a wanton noodles supper place near the CBD area these days. Most people go to Jalan Besar for the 剪刀剪or Swee Choon Dim Sum. Add this place to your supper list! This is like Eng’s Wantan Mee- they have a super spicy squeeze bottle of house chilli that you should only sparingly apply to your noodles. Otherwise, the noodles are springy and lard-ed for a richer flavour. The 猪油渣is not self-service tho. My friends loved the soup as it has a dashi-esque flavour. Is there radish in there? PSA: This place currently on Burpple Beyond also so 1-for-1 wanton mee!


Two bowls of small wanton mee for $5.80! Fried wanton is priced at 8 for $3.50 for the small plate. Fried wanton was crispy and hot. Wanton mee had fatty charsiew, tangy noodles and boiled wanton stuffed with filling.

Will definitely visit again if I’m in the area!

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wow this place has some great wanton mee!!! very similar concept to eng’s wanton mee: oil-based sauce for the noodles, comes with super spicy chilli on the side...partner&I have visited eng’s several times due to the location being really convenient for us, and WOW wanton fu does wanton mee better in a lot of ways! firstly, the noodles are more qq and firm, char siew slightly more savoury and less sweet, the noodles, soup and fried wantons come PIPING HOT, the fried wantons are crunchier, the chilli is also spicier (partner says it has more taste as well) AND the fried garlic and pork lard that is self-service makes this dish REALLY DELICIOUS. we licked our bowls clean & both agreed it was a solid meal