30 Seng Poh Road
#02-30 Tiong Bahru Market
Singapore 168898

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08:00am - 02:00pm


08:00am - 02:00pm

08:00am - 02:00pm


08:00am - 02:00pm

08:00am - 02:00pm

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Queued quite long for this, which is why the vegetarian beehoon (a family fav) is half eaten :p

This was a decent plate of wanton noodles, but probably bc the benchmark is feifei @ yuhua, this fell short. It’s a good option nonetheless!

The past few times I came here, they were already sold out! So I decided to come earlier and I finally got it, after queueing for 25 minutes no less.

The cha shu was flavourful and tender despite each slice being quite thick. They were also very generous with the meat. The noodles were springy and were good, even on their own. And definitely try their chilli, it had a good kick to it and it seems like its homemade.

We also got the dumpling soup which surprised me. It was substantial and chock-full with meat, certainly something not many places have.

Don't let the waiting time deter you. If you're already at TBM, you should give this place a try!!

Definitely worth the queue. Not only is the premium char siew (不见天) excellently done, the noodles are well cooked not sticking together. The sauce made by the stall is just right for wanton mee. The usage of pork lard oil really enhances the overall taste. Even if the premium char siew is sold out the other char siew is just as tasty. But go early (before 10 am) if you want the premium char siew.


We arrived at Tiong Bahru at about 12.30pm on a Saturday and there was already a long queue at the stall (10-15 pax in line). The premium char siew (不见天叉烧) was sold out by the time it's our turn, so we had to settle for the normal char siew. 😣 The noodles were springy and you would notice how they didn't add the black sauce of sorts to the noodles. All so original taste! The char siew were sliced thickly and is not too fatty. Some pieces were a little tough though. Oh and each plate comes with 2 pieces of wanton in the soup!

Damage: $4 per plate of normal wanton noodles

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Priced at four or five dollars, this store cooks up a mean plate of wanton noodle with a generous serving of char siew.

Meat well charred, sweet and tender. Springy noodles with good amount of sauce. Near to perfect balance of savoury and sweet from the meat, noodle and sauce combination . Home made wanton with the right amount of filling. However, if only they could be as generous on their wanton (only two pieces of wanton on my plate) as they did with their char siew.

But be warned, a long queue is expected if you are visiting this store during the lunch hour.


This stall was one of the few that had a line at the hawker centre above Tiong Bahru Market so I was drawn to it. When I was queuing I noticed the curious signboarda talking about a special char siew - apparently they use the armpit of a pig? Anyway when I asked the hawker about this special char siew she snubbed me saying its not available or something. Poor service! I went ahead to order a plate of their charsiew wanton mee plus dumplings anyway. Enjoyed the ~$5 meal in any case!