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True enough, there is nothing really unique about Wanton Noodles yet it was the most traditional food I like to eat. My friend recommended me came this place, arrogantly opened only during evening and night. I can understand why many patrons went here, huge portion with affordable price. Opted for Wanton for my noodles, I gave up red colour Char Siew. Mee Pok which was thicker version, noodle was simple plain with slight pork lard fragrance. Covered up by dark soy sauce, greenly veggies and few
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True enough, there is nothing really unique about Wanton Noodles yet it was the most traditional food I like to eat. My friend recommended me came this place, arrogantly opened only during evening and night. I can understand why many patrons went here, huge portion with affordable price.
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Opted for Wanton for my noodles, I gave up red colour Char Siew. Mee Pok which was thicker version, noodle was simple plain with slight pork lard fragrance. Covered up by dark soy sauce, greenly veggies and few pieces of steamed dumplings were placed on top. Noodles remained springy, texture was just nice without mushy. I stirred up, enjoyed my plate very much. Price was $3.00, definitely worth the value.
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Date of Visit
2014-01-27
Spending Per Head
$3 (Dinner)
Recommended Dishes
  • Wanton Mee