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Before it was featured in the papers, there was barely a queue. Now the queue is crazy! I feel that it's okay only. I don't understand why people are raving all about it. It's different from regular wonton mee. Then again, there are so many different kinds of wonton mee in Singapore.This Thai-style wonton mee has no sauce, but it's a little oily due to the pork lard. You can add in your own condiments. They provide free flow pork lard, green onions, red chilli flakes, fish sauce and....sugar. I
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Before it was featured in the papers, there was barely a queue. Now the queue is crazy! 

I feel that it's okay only. I don't understand why people are raving all about it. 

It's different from regular wonton mee. Then again, there are so many different kinds of wonton mee in Singapore.

This Thai-style wonton mee has no sauce, but it's a little oily due to the pork lard. You can add in your own condiments. They provide free flow pork lard, green onions, red chilli flakes, fish sauce and....sugar. 

I ordered the medium bowl, which cost $4. Basically it just has more noodles than the small. I think it's quite expensive given that you only get two soup dumplings and one fried.
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Date of Visit
2015-02-07
Waiting Time
20 Minutes (Dine In)
Spending Per Head
$4 (Breakfast)