Arriving by public bus: #30/51/143/175/189/282( Bus stop number 17041- Blk 726 Clementi West Market) Nearest Carpark: Open Air Carpark, CLC37 continue reading
Pontian Wanton Noodles prides itself on its Wanton Noodles and is located at various locations in Singapore continue reading
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Level4 2013-09-19
Pontian Wanton Noodles Stall is almost seen everywhere in the hawkers or food court nowadays. Pontian Wanton Noodles has build her reputation base on its springy and non soggy noodles even after being kept for sometime.Pontian Wanton Noodles stall offered a number of options for customers to choose from on how they want their noodle to be served ranging from chilli, chilli with black sauce, chilli and ketchup or just blacksauce only.Having tried their wanton noodles from different location, I would say their standards varies base on their outlets. With a recent price hike, a small bowl of wanton mee cost $2.80 currently. My colleagues and I bought the Wanton Noodles with our preferred sauces. Noodles were "Q" as expected with the reddish thin slices of Char Siew and vegetables. Everything was fine until I drank the bowl of soup, it tastes of detergent. To double confirmed, I had checked with colleagues and we shared the same sentiments.We took out the Wantons from it, abandoned the bowl of soup and continue our lunch. I guess its hardly I will buy from that particular stall again. continue reading
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Level4 2011-08-16
This particular Food Centre, known as West Coast Market Square, just had a renovation not too long ago. It is located opposite of the West Coast Plaza. It's a cheaper alternative to have your meal when you visit the West Coast Park or Plaza. Last Sunday, we had dinner there. The Pontian Wanton Noodles was our choice. The stall claims that the noodles were handmade, very tasty, no preservatives and would still remain nice when cold. I have no way to prove all the claims but I'm able to vouch that it was indeed very tasty. The noodle has a very 'springy' texture, not soggy. The wantons were fried, very crispy. The soup was very nice too. I don't normally eat pork as I don't like the smell, but these wantons didn't have the smell at all. Always having a long queue. Highly recommended. continue reading
(The above review is the personal opinion of a user which does not represent OpenRice's point of view.)