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Before the Ghim Moh Hawker Centre went for major renovation, I went to try the Kong Shang Hua Wonton Noodle which had a long queue in the morning. The Wanton Mee cost $2.50 and the serving portion looked good.The Wanton Mee was old school traditional type without any special homemade sauce. I ordered a dry version with no chili and only tomato sauce was added.  The noodle was egg type mee kia, it was slightly springy without the akaline aftertaste. The tomato sauce gave the wanton mee a sweet an
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Before the Ghim Moh Hawker Centre went for major renovation, I went to try the Kong Shang Hua Wonton Noodle which had a long queue in the morning. The Wanton Mee cost $2.50 and the serving portion looked good.

The Wanton Mee was old school traditional type without any special homemade sauce. I ordered a dry version with no chili and only tomato sauce was added.  The noodle was egg type mee kia, it was slightly springy without the akaline aftertaste. The tomato sauce gave the wanton mee a sweet and tangy taste. The char siew was lean and the wanton was meaty with crushed dried fish taste.

Overall, I felt that the wanton mee tasted average, it would be better if they use a savoury soya based sauce.
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$2.50 (Breakfast)