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2011-03-09 35 views
FEI FEI WAN TON MEE: When you seek this store out, you might be confused by the other stall just across the road. Don't be deceived, choose this one. Apparently, there used to be some feud between the two brothers running the stall, resulting in a split, and recently, in a merger again. Time, as they say, heals all wounds.Now that the brothers are back in business, we can focus on the food. And boy, is Fei Fei Wan Ton Mee worth fighting over. There's a reason they have managed to tide over their
Now that the brothers are back in business, we can focus on the food. And boy, is Fei Fei Wan Ton Mee worth fighting over. There's a reason they have managed to tide over their bickering after all this time. Housed in a little corner coffeeshop, there's nothing particularly remarkable about this place. There's decent human traffic, but no long queues to suggest anything out of the ordinary.
But sit yourself down, order a plate of Wan Ton Mee, and prepare to be surprised. The first thing you'll notice is that the noodles are served on top. WHERE'S MY CHAR SIEW you might immediately ask. THERE says your friendly waiter BENEATH THE NOODLES LOR. You will stir your bowl, and lo and behold, all the juicy ingredients float up. Pretty neat.
The noodles are so springy and tasty, you'll be satisfied just eating them alone. But the char siew is adequate and the vegetables are present, so that's better than most other hawker stalls already. Throw in the fact that you can have fried wanton and this place is perfect!
Highly recommended. For more food photography, check out Omnivoracious (http://omnivoracious.tumblr.com)