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137 Tampines Street 11
#01-45 Tampines Round Market & Food Centre
Singapore 521137

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05:00am - 03:00pm

05:00am - 03:00pm

05:00am - 03:00pm

05:00am - 03:00pm

05:00am - 03:00pm

05:00am - 03:00pm

05:00am - 03:00pm

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This is about as delicious as wanton mee gets, although technically a Kolo (rather than wanton mee) i.e. the noodles are thicker and very curly with an eggy taste similar to my other favourite (Jiji). Also loved that it comes with many many toppings and each of them so generously portioned, like that fat stuffed dumpling, chunky char siew, and slab of pork rib. Yums.

Ordered No.1, the signature kolo mee. The fried wanton is nice, pork rib is a bit hard & dry inside. Dumplings are decent, can taste the water chestnuts in them. Char siew is a little too sweet for my liking (am not a fan of char siew). Noodles are nice & springy, like how kolo mee should be.


Pork ribs were the standard kind, and slightly dry inside but the fat made it moist enough. Char siew was lean but very tender, and was rather sweet. While the wantons & dumplings were nothing to shout about either, the star of the show got to be the flavourful noodles. Slightly soft and chewy, it's good enough to be eaten on its own. Soup was also really thick, it's practically opaque >

Loved the fried wanton. Texture of the noodle is also very good! Not like the typical wanton noodle, texture is smooth. Very delicious!


If you want to avoid queuing for a long time, best to go really early or/and avoid lunch hour.

For only $4, you get handmade curly mee, 2pcs of tender braised pork ribs, 2 boiled wantons, 1 Chinese dumpling (水饺), 1 fried wanton, char siew and green veggies.

I read that the mee is the highlight here; it is done with egg whites, and it is also alkaline-free. However, the mee wasn't al dente, bite could have been better; a tad overcooked.

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One of the stalls with the longest queues at Tampines Round Market, this is the place to zero in on if you're a fan of kolo mee. The Signature Sarawak Kuching Kolo Mee ($4) comes topped with a variety of ingredients including char siew, braised pork ribs, and steamed and fried wantons, which Tastemaker Marc T. says were filled generously with shrimp and minced meat. According to him, the noodles here are made using only egg whites, so they're free of the pronounced alkaline taste characteristic of most yellow noodles — yay! While the noodles were cooked a little too soft for her liking, Tastemaker Wei Zhi Chiang likes that they are still springy to the bite. She's also a fan of the soft and tender braised pork ribs.
Avg Price: $5 per person
Photo by Burpple Tastemaker Marc T.