73A Ayer Rajah Crescent
#01-06 Timbre+ One North
Singapore 139957

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08:00am - 06:00pm

08:00am - 06:00pm

08:00am - 06:00pm

08:00am - 06:00pm

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08:00am - 06:00pm

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As the resident glutton, lunchtime in the office can be rather stressful because everyone is asking you where we should order lunch from today.

@wongkeewantonnoodle was one of those random choices which turned out to be surprisingly good.

The family behind the stalls owns a noodles factory in Malaysia and this perhaps explains why their egg noodles are so springy without the alkaline aftertaste and cooked to al dente perfection. The sauce is bold and flavourful and comes with big crispy chunks of lard to give an extra umami boost.

Their wantons (both fried and soup based) are made in-house and are fat, juicy and plump. The char siew is decent but at least they don't serve you the paper thin cardboard-sort.

Besides the egg noodles, Wong Kee also serves tomato and spinach noodles. I will definitely check them out the next time!

XL Chicken Cutlet Noodle ($5.50) - actually not bad of a bowl of noodles; springy noodles, good sauce, crispy and tender chicken cutlet, no complaints. Gotta get the lime chilli to accompany the chicken cutlet!

This stall is known for their unique noodle creations, especially the tomato noodle with char siew and dumplings.

Beef Brisket Spinach Noodle ($6.50)
- Really wet dish
- Spinach noodles were very chewy with the sauce clinging to it with every bite
- Beef was not the most tender but was very flavourful, containing pieces of crunchy (Yes, there were some pieces that were crunchy) and chewy flavourful tendon
Price: 7/10
Taste: 8/10 
Overall: 7.5/10 (Worth trying at least once if in the area)

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Char Siew Wanton Mee $5.9
Char Siew dumpling Tomato Noodles $7.9

Egg noodles was good while the tomato noodles tasted like tomato pasta which made it a western fusion dish. The highlight would be their huge dumplings (not char siew) which they added black fungus and chestnuts into the mixture! So crunchy and yummy.

Totally worth the price!

Not in the centre of action at Timbre+. The beef is not very tender (in fact, a bit chewy) but flavourful enough. The noodles have the right springiness, although besides the colour it’s hard to detect any hint of spinach.

Spinach noodle with char siew & Wanton. $5.05 @ Wangkeewantonnodle
Both fried & boiled wantons are in the set. Needless to say that it is a healthy lunch! Happy green Friday y’all.🤠

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