This serving of wanton mee comes with slices of char siew on a plate of tossed noodles and a bowl of soup containing wanton dumplings.
The char siew slices are the lean meat type that is soft and meaty. The wanton has a soft skin wrapper with nice meaty filling. Its soup is decent with a hint of ikan bilis flavours.
As for the noodles, it has a nice springy texture. It is moist with a savoury tasting seasoning sauce. Comes with some vegetables and crispy lard pieces.
This wanton mee is pretty nice. I like it.
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