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Arriving by public bus: #48/61/106/970/NR8( Bus stop number 11419- Holland VIllage Station) Arriving by Train: Holland Village MRT Station/CC21 Exit C continue reading
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Introduction
Pontian Wanton Noodles prides itself on its Wanton Noodles and is located at various locations in Singapore continue reading
Opening Hours
Today
08:00 - 21:30
Mon - Sun
08:00 - 21:30
Payment Methods
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Pontian Wanton Noodles
Review (6)
Level2 2014-03-13
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Yesterday I had a hand made noodles at Pontian Wanton Noodles stall.It was served with Bowl of noodles with your choice of soupy or dry state.Moreover they have the options for your Noodles with Chilli,Tomato sauce or both.They have their own hand made noodles,That was so thin & silky,I ordered dry one with chilli & tomato sauce combination.They gave a bowl of Noodles mixed with my required sauce & on the top they place 2 fried wantns & cooked shreded meat pieces & some cooked Spinach.This meal comes with vegetable soup.Tastewise,That added sauce was not blend with Noodles,It gives raw smell,otherwise that fried wantons & Noodles & soup are good to eat.THe waiting time & the price are affordable. continue reading
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Level4 2012-07-30
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There are so many pontian noodle stalls all over Singapore that we can enjoy their noodles any time we want. I enjoy having wanton noodles from this chain of stalls because of their unique fried wanton which other wanton mee stalls do not offer. Furthermore, with an extra fifty cents/ one dollar, you get to have extra servings of the yummy fried wanton. Most importantly, their noodles are well cooked, springy and dry! I love having the fried wantons with mayonnaise sauce which they offer as self service. continue reading
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Level4 2012-03-29
35 views
Pontian wan tan mee are able to find almost every food court.The noodle served here was actually pretty good, though I feel it is not the most prefect wan tan mee in singapore. i like it how they mix with just the right amount of black soy sauce, tasty yet not too salty. The toppings and other items were pretty decent as well and given very generously, and the deep fried prawn really offered value for money. The char siu (bbq pork) is really good too, slightly different texture (rougher and less oily outer layer) than normal. Wantan are were pretty tasty and most interesting is they serve both fried and soup wantan with the noodle. continue reading
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Level3 2011-10-19
27 views
If I want consistent quality of wanton mee, I look no further than the Pontian franchise of noodles. I am glad they have a branch in Holland Village Food Centre so it can be a back-up when I exhaust my food choices.The black sauce in the noodles is a nice change from the normal ketchup base and I appreciate the fact that the noodles is not as oily and the char siew is always lean. The fried wanton adds a welcome crunch to the whole dish A satisfying bowl of noodles on the whole continue reading
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Level3 2011-09-05
43 views
This is one of the best wanton mee (Malaysian style) stall in Singapore.I love their dried black sauce wanton mee. The black sauce used is really fragrant and goes very well with the noodle. The noodle doesn't have the yellow noodle kind of taste (kan shui mei in cantonese). Dry noodle comes with both fried and boiled wantons. Both fried and boiled are nice. You will be able to taste some salted fish in the meat of the boiled wantons!The soup is flavourful and tasty. The only thing is the char siew is kinda normal.The price is $3 per bowl with quite a small portion. continue reading
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