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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
09:00 - 10:30
Mon - Sun
09:00 - 10:30
Payment Methods
Cash
Signature Dishes
Pontian Wanton Noodles
Review (19)
Salutation, folks! Anybody craves for cheap and affordable bowl of wanton noodles? Everybody in Singapore should have tried at least once in their lifetime. Wanton noodles stalls are everywhere in the coffee shops, but what is so special about this Pontian Wanton Noodles I am writing about? If you have not tried it, let me tell you about it. Wanton has two types, soup or fried. Coincidentally, I like both versions of Wanton in Pontian. The fried version is very crispy, light and the meat filling is absolutely mouth watering. One small bite of the wanton makes you want to eat another. It is like a chain reaction, you just can't get enough of it. The soup version is also very delicious, cook in the broth to perfection. The thin layer of wanton looks silky and smooth covering the inner meat filling. When attempting to eat the soup wanton, be cautious, it is bloody hot. Once in your mouth, you can feel the smooth wanton skin almost gliding down to your throat effortlessly. I mean, real. It was so smooth and silky that I have to be mindful when I am eating. To be honest, I do not know why people are paying so much for wanton in expensive places when they can get such wanton around heartland coffee shops. Next time, when you are around a mall or coffee shop, feeling hungry and not sure what to eat. Do me favour, just buy one wanton noodle and try it. You will be surprised, because it is the truth. continue reading
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Level4 2013-12-21
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A friend from Pontian told me before that it was the poor copy of the typical dish from Pontian, people either love it or hate it. Several branches in Singapore, maybe it can be rated as best wanton noodle in Singapore but not Malaysia. Simplest way to decide, there was three choices for the gravy, Dark Soy Sauce without Chilli, with Chilli or only Chilli. Noodle was thickly heavy and eggy, I had a springy bite. Coated with distinctive ketchup sauce, it was smoothly delicious. Dumplings were a crisp, minced pork wrapped was nice salty. Amount of Char Siew was too little, thinly sliced and placed on top of bowl. No doubt it was not the authentic one, but as long as the taste suited my liking I would considered it was the good one. continue reading
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Level4 2013-06-10
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pontian noodles needs no introduction as it is widely known for its good taste and fabulously cooked noodles that are well cooked. love the fried wantons here at pontian which is really fragrant and is cooked on the spot when an order is placed. although the portion is small, it is substantial. love the char siew too which is sweet and not too fatty. Great bowl of noodles that are affordable too. continue reading
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Level4 2012-06-13
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I found this wantan stall in BLK446 Pasir Ris Dr6 coffee shop. I ordered the dry style noodles. The stall provide Pointian (in Johore, Malaysia) style of wanton noodles, unlike the local wanton dishes which is more near to the Cantonese style. The sparkle spot is using a lot of black sauce mix with either tomato or chili sauce and eat with few slices of fish cake & wanton soup. Taste has bit sweetness. I personally do not like it. continue reading
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Level4 2012-06-03
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At $2.80, this serving of wanton noodle is sufficient for a filling meal. Famous for its wanton noodles, this stall attracts strings of customers daily and its fried wanton is popular amongst patrons. The black sauce and chili noodles are my favourite choice as it blends well stirred with the noodles. The wantons are served freshly fried and is crispy and tasty. The char siew its serves are lean meat and hence easy to chew and swallow. A highly recommended bowl of noodles for all to try! continue reading
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