WANTON Seng's Noodle Bar

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~$20/pax
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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Saturday:
12:00pm - 03:00pm
06:00pm - 10:00pm

Sunday:
Closed

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

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

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

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

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

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Finally, I’ve managed to take a prettier-looking photo of the wanton mee after 3 visits. This is my 3rd time here and I thought a review is still worthwhile because consistency is key to a good food establishment.

The -points this round was very much on the roast pork! They’re visibly more thinly sliced than before. I recall them being slightly thicker. Somehow, the base got a lil’ more oily than I last recall it to be too. Other than these points, my tummy is happy the wantons remained juicy, the charsiew was as generous and the noodles were as springy as before!

Thankfully, the free-flows are still free-flowing! Free-flow items: Soup (no msg) held it’s standards, pork lard as fragrant and crunchy as before! Definitely not any healthier than before - onus is on you to savour in moderation!

Noodles were okay, not that bland because of the gravy.
The roasted pork had a crackling skin.
Dumplings were so so.

Highlight was probably the pork belly char siew. It was tender and I saw it being torched so that the sides get charred.

Advice to go after 1pm once the lunch crowd dies down.

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I expected it to be a rather oriental shop and literally walked past it as it is quite a hipster bar! Food was great and on point. Shao rou was super nice, just hope that it can be abit crispier. However, things were on the pricey side, especially the prawns which cost $16++ (there were only 3 prawns)

Taste - 8/10
Ambience - 6.5/10 if you like rock music and bar setting while having your oriental food then its good. Environment is abit dark
Service - 8/10 prompt service though it was full house. Free water, pork lard and plain soup
Value for money - 6/10 even with burpple 1f1, 2 people spent $39.

Slightly pricey for portion size, but made up with taste. Tender duck and mee kia noodles accompanied with umami Sheng’s Wanton - fried wanton topped with chili paste and shrimp roe!

Need a drink to get through the day during lunch?

Seng‘ promises a hearty fare of quality springy noodles, sinful and melting pieces of charred char siew marinated pork belly. Why not make it a happy meal with Japanese Highball?

Oh, slurp the soup (or two) away! You’ll find yourself wanting more.

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Nice charred siew wanton noodle at a laid back location good to catch up with friends. Noodles were springy and just right. Char-ed Siew didn’t feel oily and fat though it looked quite fat. Will prefer the sio Bak w more crackling!

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