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Came to try as we heard of the ahma who have been selling wanton mee for decades. The ahma is now currently in-charge of ordering and cashiering. (Background info, she is cantonese and pass order to the kitchen verbally in cantonese, ordering in cantonese would be easier if you could)The horfun was great, not much wok hei, but the dark sauce was good. Dumpling was $1 each if you add, or $5 for a bowl (also 5pcs) But the taste of the dumpling, totally worth it ! It has this nostalgic effect.On an
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Came to try as we heard of the ahma who have been selling wanton mee for decades. The ahma is now currently in-charge of ordering and cashiering. (Background info, she is cantonese and pass order to the kitchen verbally in cantonese, ordering in cantonese would be easier if you could)

The horfun was great, not much wok hei, but the dark sauce was good. Dumpling was $1 each if you add, or $5 for a bowl (also 5pcs) But the taste of the dumpling, totally worth it ! It has this nostalgic effect.

On another visit, i also ordered the wanton mee, i saw the char siew from other's plate, and was not interested (afterall unless roasted stall, most wanton mee outsourced their char siew), so i ordered wanton mee jeng wanton(only wanton, which means no char siew and more wanton
), si yau sok yau (豉油熟油, which some barchormee stall calls white or black version without vinegar). Most people after hearing i order white version, they be like "huh never put anything nice meh?".

It is the real test to the taste, depending on how the cook prepare, it could taste heavenly. It could include but not limiting to lard, fried onion oil, sesame oil, fried garlic oil, soya sauce. All these make up to a good bowl of noodle
Venison Horfun and Dumpling Wanton Soup
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Venison Horfun and Dumpling Wanton Soup
$ 10