The former owners of Ang Moh Wanton Mee have set up a new stall. continue reading
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07:00 - 16:00
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Review (3)
Level4 2016-01-29
See my full reviews & photos at = http://chefquak.com/2016/01/29/great-wanton-mee-ah-huat-dunman-food-centre-on-27jan2016/went to my primary school classmate for a walk at siglap park connector (PCN) this morning on 27.1.2016. ^^we were not in contact for a long time.recently another classmate came visiting from the states, so i joined a few of them at din tai fung @ gem after lunch on a saturday as i already had a lunch appointment that day.one thing led to another & a group came to my place for a 14pax homecooked dinner last week.after the walk, my friend drove to dunman food centre.he told me there were 2 good wanton mee here – a huat & another stall on level 2. Eng had moved out some time ago.there was a large electronic queue number. there were just 2 before us, so it’s like 5mins.we had a S$3 bowl each. it came with quite a good helping of char siew plus 3 wantons. not too much noodles. for me just the right amount & really, a very decent meal. noodles were completely al dente, QQ.the chilli sauce was really good. overall a very good standard wanton noodles.my favorite is still kok kee(国记) @ lavendar food square.the place came under redevelopment & kok kee moved out but i have not yet tried kok kee at the new location at balestier food hub, hoe nam building.the other stall was the red ring at holland drive, also excellent wanton mee.there is also a good pontion wanton mee at bedok interchange food centre.there were a few others but for me ah huat ranks among the best. continue reading
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Level4 2014-02-28
This 'Hong Mao' (aka Ang Moh) wanton noodle stall is one of the popular ones in Singapore. It's located at Dunman Food Centre, which is pretty far from my house. They operate via a queue ticket system whereby u take a queue number and order only when it's your turn. We had like over 10 numbers in line ahead of us and estimated a waiting time of atleast 30 minutes! This stall practically own the entire 1st level of customers as everyone was just waiting for their turn to arrive. Finally! After 45 minutes of waiting! We ordered a bowl of wanton mee with extra ingredients as our stomachs were rumbling from the long wait! I like the char siew best as it is tender and had the right amount of fats and lean meat. We were given 6 wantons and they were just average. As for the noodles, it is not the best but not bad. I prefer my noodles to be the eggy qq kind in clear sauce and the one here is dipped in black sauce. Overall, one of the better wanton mee in Singapore but I wouldn't queue so long for it again! continue reading
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I have heard so much about this wanton mee. It used to be known as HONG MAO MIAN JIA 红毛面家 (translated to be Ang Moh Noodle House) at a shop house along Joo Chiat Road. The brand name and shop house were sold to one of their biggest fans to continue the business. The cited reason was the health issue of the Auntie and she is supposed to be the main person in cooking the wanton noodle. Many have complained that the standard is no longer the same as it did not taste as good as it used to be. This particular wanton noodle has got a large pool of die hard supporters that declared this wanton mee to be the best in the Eastern part of Singapore. I am a big fan of wanton noodle and have been going around eating from many different places but this is my first time trying out this highly raved wanton noodle.The come back of this wanton noodle is a definite a good news to many of their supporters. I went with great anticipation. I was there at about 1 pm. I thought the waiting time would be a short one as there were only 2 other customers right in front of the stall. I went ahead to order for a basic plate of wanton noodle for $3. I was given a number tag and asked to come back later. The number given was 22 and they were serving number 7 then. I asked the Uncle how long would the waiting time expected to be. He said it should be around 25 minutes. I took notice of their operating hours. Their off day is on every Monday and they are operating from 7 am to 4 pm from Tuesday to Sunday.I was only supposed to order when my number is called upon. I ended up taking the pictures while the Auntie was cooking my plate of wanton noodle. Uncle spotted me taking the pictures and he asked, 'For advertisement ah?' I smiled and said, 'Many people are talking about your wanton mee.'A substantial portion of egg noodle was nicely cooked to achieve the likable springiness at the right texture. It was served with a few slices of char siew and vegetable, too. The taste of those char siew was rather average. I understand they do not make their own char siew thus its standard is somewhat compromised. It tasted a bit dry with a slight sweetness. The char siew was not nicely caramerlized and the smoky taste was rather lacking this time.The spiciness was not too dominating but rather savory. The chilli tasted quite different from most wanton noodle out there. I do think the saltiness was a little overwhelmed though accepted. The wantons tasted rather old school. The filling is mainly well-seasoned minced meat wrapped in a thin slice of skin. The soup tasted a little bland though with a rather slight taste of ikan belis. Now, do i think this is the best wanton noodle? The overall standard is good but not quite memorable. The noodle is good, wantons are not too bad either but i could not say the same about the char siew. I have had tasted better wanton noodle. And, i would not mind eating it again only if i happen to be in the vicinity. continue reading
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