Sunday, December 24, 2006

Kok Kee Wan Ton Noodles, Singapore

Wanton Mee

On the way back from the airport, we stopped real quickly at Lavender Food Square to grab a quick bite. This stall (#01-06) had the longest lines, so I figured I'd give their wanton mee a try to see what all the fuss was about. It didn't turn out to be anything special to me in the end, as it was all a bit on the ordinary side with no real edge or kick to it, even with the chili sauce. If there were anything that stuck out to me about this place, it was that it was a bit on the sweet side.

I ever come back to Lavender Food Square again, then I'll probably just hit up that Whitley Road Fishball Noodle guy about five stalls down instead, where the dry noodles were pleasantly greasy and spicy instead.

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

Actually both stalls are over hyped, for wan ton mee with chili that really packs a punch. Head down to Clementi central hawker center. The store is in the inner row next to another famous fried fritters store.

Anonymous said...

If you wanna have wonton noodles with super hot chilli, you can try Eng Koh Kolong Mee at Duman Food Center 2nd level...

Anonymous said...

Opps..its Dunman Food Center

the hungry cow said...

I agree that the wanton mee there is over-rated. Proof that crowd draws crowd. I would prefer sticking to my usual bowl of beef noodles at Lavender.