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Zhong Yu Yuan Wonton Mee has one of the longest queue in Tiong Bahru Market. Went to get myself a plate of the dry version of the wonton mee (seems like majority of the people infront of me are ordering it dry, thus I shall go with the flow) and it comes with the usual yellow noodles, charsiew and wonton dumplings. Waited for like 20minutes in the queue before I finally get to order. Lucky it does not disappoint me for waiting for so long. The noodles is springy and not soft, very nice to chew.
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Zhong Yu Yuan Wonton Mee has one of the longest queue in Tiong Bahru Market. Went to get myself a plate of the dry version of the wonton mee (seems like majority of the people infront of me are ordering it dry, thus I shall go with the flow) and it comes with the usual yellow noodles, charsiew and wonton dumplings. Waited for like 20minutes in the queue before I finally get to order. Lucky it does not disappoint me for waiting for so long. The noodles is springy and not soft, very nice to chew. The char siew proportion of fats and lean meat is evenly distributed and it tasted good with its marination. There's this auntie outside the stall making the dumplings, so those dumplings are freshly made on that day and cooked to serve. Thumbs up for this!
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