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Tuesday, September 27, 2016

Bee Kee Wanton Noodle

Chancing by this so called popular stall in the vinicity that people are talking abotut for its Truffle Wanton Noodle while we were there waiting for our pals for lunch.

Bee Kee Wanton Noodle
Accompanying our lunch with Wantons in Vinegar and Chilli as our sides, I'm pretty new to this dish although my friends mentioned that similar dishes are available in the chain chinese restaurants. Basically, it is just another version of Xiao Long Bao to me soaked with vinegar, chilli and sprinkled with spring onions and beansprouts. I find the combination of vinegar and chilli quite potent and to my liking but on the other hand, it was also quite oily.

Wantons in Vinegar and Chilli  - $6
Here comes the main purpose of visiting the stall! For a $6 Truffle Oil version of Wanton Mee loaded with both fried and boiled wantons coupled with handful pieces of Wanton slices. Sides of the plate looked oily because they had sprayed the truffle oil over the noodles allowing them not to clump together. The noodles were special to me as they were similar to those "Mee Kia" I had in Hong Kong and were springy.

Truffle Oil Wanton Mee - $6
While these Char Siew was not your usual bright red color slices of meat that attract your attention. Instead, they were more towards dull in color, brown and have a good balance of fats as well as meat.

Char Siew Slices
While my friends ordered the Original Wanton Noodles in Soup version. Ingredients were pretty standard with vegetables, char siew, wantons and noodles. Perhaps the presentation here can be off-putting with the layer of oil on top of the soup.

Original Wanton Mee $3/4 (Dry/Soup)
In summary, the wanton noodle are quite usual just that the Truffle dish is something out of the usual ones we had, leaving an impression.

Rating: 3 / 5

Bee Kee Wanton Noodle
Location: 2 Lorong Lew Lian Chuen Kee Restaurant Singapore 531002