Wanton Seng’s Noodle Bar – Make Way For That Hip Wanton Noodles in CBD

I was sad when that particular coffeeshop at Boon Tat street closed, cos that means no more wanton mee for me. So when I found out Wanton Seng gonna open a new stall along Amoy street, I was determined to give it a try even if that means walking a little further. The shop is sure crowded during lunch time and I’m glad we managed to score a table

It’s a chop-chop lunch service by day serving 3 different sets of wanton mee, and a different style of service for dinner though I’m pretty sure if you order alcohol during the day, they will serve it to you too. I must add they have hip service staffs too

The cute wanton cart by the cashier

You order and make payment at the cashier and they will serve the food to you

Here’s the menu for those interested

Set A – Wanton Noodles w Char Siew, (Small) $5.50

The char siew was pretty good actually. Nicely marinated and beautifully done, the meat was soft and tasted well with the noodles. We thought the wanton was rather normal

The noodles were worth mentioning. Firm, springy, eggy. They gave a nice chewy texture and the flavours were well balanced with the amount of oil. You can add more if you would like to. They have a tray of oil, lard, chili and whats not, though I have to complain their chili sauce bottle is damn difficult to use please

Set B – Wanton Noodles w Roasted Pork Belly, (Small) $6

The pork belly were delicious too. The skin was really crispy and the fats were sinfully awesome, though the portion of their meat as compared seems a little small

5 Minute Egg $2

Japanese ramen egg style

Shrimp Dumplings $8

The dumpling skin was thin and I like the meat was firm and has a nice bounce to it

I was telling the friend I’m not too sure if anyone would fill full just by having a small bowl of noodles without any sides to it. So I must say they are very smart to introduce lunch sides to their wanton noodles which probably acts as an incentive to customers. $5.50 for a wanton mee may seem expensive since Amoy food centre is just next to it, but I think this place still has some appeal for me to go back, just for that noodles

Wanton Seng’s Noodle Bar

52 Amoy Street, S(069878)

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