WANTON Seng's Noodle Bar

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WANTON is a noodle bar on Amoy Street that serves time-perfected wanton noodles.Hailing from the famous Seng’s Wanton Mee of Dunman Food Centre, Seng’s has been serving their famous noodles to generations of loyal customers since 1968.

52 Amoy Street
Singapore 069878

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11:30am - 02:30pm
06:00pm - 10:00pm

11:30am - 02:30pm
06:00pm - 11:00pm

12:00pm - 03:00pm
06:00pm - 10:00pm


11:30am - 02:30pm
06:00pm - 10:00pm

11:30am - 02:30pm
06:00pm - 10:00pm

11:30am - 02:30pm
06:00pm - 10:00pm

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The menu described it to be a lot better than it tasted. The radish are hidden underneath the eggs but it was too mushy than the normal radish cake which made eating it a little gelak after a while. We had the roast pork and the Sichuan dumplings as well. The roast pork is a must have, too busy eating that no picture was taken 🙈

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Happened to stumble upon this little bar along Tanjong Pagar and decided to give it a shot. It was crowded when I was seated — a good sign I guess! I had the bar seat overlooking the chefs. They had lard available on the table, which made my date very happy.

We ordered their pork and prawn wantons in superior stock - amazing broth, every spoonful you could taste the prawn stock. Wantons were not bad, but I expected better from a wanton specialty store.

Had their mushrooms as well - MY FAV. I don’t know what sauces they used but it was delicious. They also used three different mushroom types, and the medley was perfect.

Pork belly was alright but my date loved it. He was raving about how crunchy the skin was.

(Not pictured) Ordered their carrot cake too, and it came under a blanket of omelette. Omelette was fried with chai po, which made it very fragrant. Underneath were carrot cake cubes lathered with sambal. The sambal had little pieces of dried shrimp so each bite had plenty of textures. Would recommend ordering!

Mee kia was springy and cooked well. My date almost ordered 3 bowls of noodles cause he enjoyed it that much.

Overall enjoyed my dinner here. Bill was pretty hefty but we did order alot of food. Ambience was cosy and service staff were attentive. Definitely one of the best eateries I’ve been to.

The star of the dish is definitely in the roast meat and the crispy pork belly. You will get your money's worth with burpple 1 for 1!

+$5 for drink, wantons and eggs. They provide free flow soup and pork lards.

Tried the following
DUCK NOODS (deep fried duck)
-I actually thought it was gonna be like roasted duck but well I DONT mind deep fried ,anyways texture wise I love it ,flavours taste and smell fragrant

TWOSOME NOODS (Roast Pork & Char siew)
-love the roast pork crispy skin and succulent meat as for the char siew it’s ok

For the noodles in general it’s flavour is a ok not AMAZING but ok

-PROS about this place

Would have preferred if the chilli was the bright red spicy kind like ENGS wanton noods

a WOULD come back for a special occasion I guess TEEEHEE 🥳

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Pork Belly Twosome Noodle $10

A cozy little joint with limited seating, went on a saturday afternoon and most tables were occupied. The Twosome Noodle are premium version of wanton mee where you got pork belly char siu and roasted crispy pork belly instead of the normal char siu pieces. Really like the texture and the tangy-ness of the noodles,the scallions added on to the fragrant. I would say there weren't any surprises with the pork belly char siu and roasted crispy pork belly, they are well done and exactly how I expected them to taste like. Soup was free flow on a thermal flask on the table. Staffs were friendly, but probably wont come back as the food is pricey without Beyond deals.

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