28 Dec '15, 12am

WANTON Seng’s Noodle Bar – Wanton Mee Made ‘Atas’ in Amoy Street https://t.co/jsq23w7M6A

WANTON Seng’s Noodle Bar – Wanton Mee Made ‘Atas’ in Amoy Street https://t.co/jsq23w7M6A

The Char Siew Mee ($6.50) was slightly different from the usual wanton mee. They serve Japanese-style slow cooked pork belly in replacement of the roasted Char Siew we have in hawker’s wanton mee. That explains why you have to pay a more expensive price for a meal. Though sinful, it was too irresistible to not take a bite into that succulent pork. Along with the springy noodles and spicy chilli, this dish does satisfy one’s palette. For those who prefer something less oily, you could always order a Siu Yok Mee ($6.50) where thick crispy double roasted pork belly is served. Egg nooAs for the wantons, don’t get your hopes high on them.

Full article: http://www.misstamchiak.com/wanton-sengs-noodle-bar/

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