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During my staycation at RWS, we settled our meals at the Malaysian Food Street for quite a few times since that is the only "foodcourt" there, the rest being all restaurants and cafes. This wanton mee ($4.50) is obviously nothing like KL wanton mee which I have tried before. But, to be fair, even without comparing to KL's, it is nowhere close to any other wanton mee in Singapore's hawker centres. The point is, I can find nicer wanton mee in hawkers at a cheaper price. Of course I expect the pric
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During my staycation at RWS, we settled our meals at the Malaysian Food Street for quite a few times since that is the only "foodcourt" there, the rest being all restaurants and cafes. This wanton mee ($4.50) is obviously nothing like KL wanton mee which I have tried before. But, to be fair, even without comparing to KL's, it is nowhere close to any other wanton mee in Singapore's hawker centres. The point is, I can find nicer wanton mee in hawkers at a cheaper price. Of course I expect the price to be high, afterall, this is a resort catered to tourists, but no excuses for the taste, it's not even nice!

The noodles disappointed me, I could taste the "jian" taste in the noodles, which I hated. The char siew are thick and juicy and the wanton was nice too, but I really didnt like the noodles. If the noodles of a bowl of wanton noodles is not nice, who would want to finish the noodles despite the ingredients being not bad, mind you, noodles is the main essense of this dish isnt it?
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