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Review (9)
Level4 2015-01-10
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Located at the corner of the first tow of shops facing the main old airport road is this wanton Mee.. The queue isn't too long which is awesome! Great food doesn't always have to have long queues!!At just $3.50, it is a cheap dinner! The noodles are abit harder than normal and yet very springy!! The wan tons are peppery and tasty! The CHILLI can be a bit too spicy for my liking.. There is a decent number of slices of char siew too. When you don't know what to eat at old airport old.. Look for hua Kee wanton Mee! continue reading
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Level4 2013-05-30
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For full review: http://makeyourcaloriescount.blogspot.sg/2013/05/sg-old-airport-road-food-centre-part-1.htmlThere were two stalls adjacent to each other selling wanton mee, both with celebrities' photos and recommendations plastered all over the stall fronts, but for some reason there was a queue at this stall and none at the other. Following herd instinct, we decided to join the queue, albeit shamelessly. The most prominent part about enjoying this dish is that you will need to order it through a lady who for some reason is obnoxiously rude. Once you get past that and get served your bowl of beautiful noodles, after a 10 - 15 minutes queue, it is really quite a delicacy.We especially enjoyed the generous offering of deep fried sliced shallots to give that much desired crunch and crispness to the noodles and that beautiful fragrance. The chilli sauce was spicy and delivered a solid punch of heat that cut through the savouriness of the soy-sauce based wanton noodles. The wanton (dumplings) were okay, packing a mouthful bite of fatty minced pork but nothing too impressive. The char siew was disappointing, thin, dry and lacked any roast flavour. The noodles were cooked al dente, springy and chewy but the noodles were sticking to each other, giving a rather starchy feeling to the palate.We ordered the deep fried wanton to complement the noodles, just for that extra oomph with something crunchy and crispy. The wantons were fried perfectly to a crisp surface and golden brown delicious, but there were remnants of the oil being splattered onto the plate, probably from a rushed serving. There were barely any meat wrapped under that wanton skin, but well, it complemented the main noodle dish. continue reading
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Level4 2012-07-31
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This is one of the few wanton mee stalls in this food centre. Queue can be spotted during lunch, dinner and weekends. Their smallest portion at $3 can be quite small so i usually go for the $4. It served with a few slices of char siew, wantons and some green. I always requested for extra chilli to be added even so, the level of spiciness is still pretty mild. They added in the fried shallots just before served. The texture of the noodle is what made them stand out amongst their competitors. continue reading
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Level4 2012-06-15
14 views
Old Airport Road Food Centre which has many famous local food stalls are so accessible now. I just need to take the MRT to Dakota station, go to exit A and the food centre is only 5 minute walk away. One of my favourite stalls at Old Airport Road Food Centre is Hua Kee Hougang Famous Wanton Mee. The mee was cooked just right, neither too soggy or too dry. The char siew was not too sweet or fatty. The wanton was also packed with fillings of minced meat and prawn. The wow factor probably lied with the chilli sauce. The sambal type chilli sauce complemented and gave flavour to the noodle. continue reading
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Level4 2012-05-02
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I didnt expect to wait so long for the noodles so I was quite famished when I finally got my bowl of wanton mee. The char siew is the reddish type of char siew, not really my preferred kind, but I thought the long queue for its wanton won't be wrong. In the end, I guess taste is subjective. I didn't really find anything nice about the char siew as it tasted too sweet to me. As for the noodles, it soaked up the gravy too fast, so it ended up being quite dry and clumpy which made eating it quite difficult since it is hard to separate the noodle strands. I don't think I will be back even if there is no queue since their noodles don't appeal to me. continue reading
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