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Introduction
Grafitti Café offers the famous Pontian Wanton Noodles and desserts at affordable prices. Tucked away in a corner of the basement of Far East Plaza, it provides a relaxing space to take a rest from a whole day of shopping. continue reading
Opening Hours
Today
10:00 - 22:00
Mon - Sun
10:00 - 22:00
Payment Methods
Cash
Other Info
Cash Only
Signature Dishes
Pontian Wanton Noodle
Review (16)
Level4 2014-01-17
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Pontian wanton mee is my favourite wanton mee. What I like about their wanton mee is the mee (noodles) as it springy and it doesn't become soggy even I take away it. But the portion is too small, so sometimes, I would add noodles. There is ketchup, chilli, black sauce base for the mee. I always choose only chilli. I love their chilli as it is slight spicy and sweet. The cha siew is thinly sliced, hich I like as I don't like too thick cha siew. I always choose the soupy wanton, as I find the fried one too oily. Don't really the wanton as it is too small, and very little meat in it. continue reading
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Level3 2013-10-09
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Went there to buy quick meal at lunch time. Just bought only Wantan noddles (dry), costs at $4.00 for packet.They provided set meal, Wanton with coffee/tea/dessert at $4.50. Paid first and queue with the ticket no: in slip.The noddles got dried when back to my office. But they gave the soup with bolied wantons too.Taste is just average, the staffs are very friendly and quick service.I love both boiled and dried wanton. continue reading
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Level4 2013-06-26
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Graffiti Cafe is a good and affordable place to have a meal when you are in Orchard, and pontian wanton noodles, having so many different stalls and branches across singapore, would make a safe choice. True enough, it didn't disappoint as a fuss-free and quick meal. The noodles were a little lumpy and soggy, but still springy. The skin of the fried wantons was crispy thin, better than the soup ones. They could do with more veggies though. continue reading
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Level4 2013-05-19
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Pontian noodles here at Grafitti cafe is one of the more affordable and filling options in Orchard area. It is also very delicious and it has maintained its standard over the years. Loved the noodles which are springy and flavourful. I don't really like the fried wanton because well it's fried and I don't like fried food a lot. So usually I'll throw them into the soupy wanton bowl and make it less crispy.My recommended combi of the sauce is the Black Sauce only option, because I think the tomato sauce masks the beauty of the black sauce. There is a set A or set B option (both $4.50). Set A means the bowl of noodles + soup + coffee/tea, Set B means bowl of noodles + soup + dessert (a few options available like black glutinous, tau suan, red bean soup, but no cold desserts :<) The serving of the noodles here is slightly larger than the other Pontian outlets. continue reading
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Level4 2013-03-17
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Love the wanton mee at graffiti café especially the black sauce dry wanton mee!;DIf it were to be priced at a lower price, I supposed would have bought it at least once a week.Nonetheless, it is considered pretty affordable at $3.50 a bowl. The portion isn’t a lot but it is enough to fill us up for a light dinner.The waiting time was within 5 mins when there isn’t a crowd.The fried wanton is crispy ;D However the noodles that day was a little too dry and we had to add some soup to it.Liked the black sauce a lot and the wanton filling here is special compared to those elsewhere. ;D continue reading
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