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Tuesday, March 13, 2018

6th Avenue Wanton Mee

Most of us should have heard of this old school Wanton Char Siew Noodle in 6th Avenue but not for me until recently I saw one of my friends commenting on it.

It was an early Sunday morning that we visited the place and I was amazed by the number of orders in front of me. The lady has a unique way of taking down order by writing them on the glass panel of the stall using a marker, making sure no orders are missed out.

Stall of Wanton Mee
It is just not an usual plate of Wanton Mee but pack full of old school taste from its springy noodle to tossing them in the hint of deep flavoured chilli but not very spicy.

Wanton Mee - $3.50
Char Siews are lean and moist without being too oily. As for the Wanton, I would say that the minced pork were pretty well season.

Wanton Mee - $3.50
Every Wanton Mee order is accompanied by 3 Wantons in the soup. Minced pork meat was well seasoned and wrap nicely in the dumpling skin. Not only the noodles tasted old school, the soup that comes along in a small bowl had given me a good reminiscent of my childhood.

Wanton in Soup
Only 4 dumplings in a bowl and biting on these dumplings gave a refreshing crunch with the diced water chestnut as ingredients as well as the springy shrimp that was wrapped within.

Shrimp Dumpling Soup - $4
Although we are early on a Sunday morning, we had a good wait of about 20- 30 minutes, thus to avoid disappointment or long waiting time, it will be best to go there early. I have not tried their mushroom noodle as well as chicken feet noodle, thus I will be back again for more!

Rating: 3.5 / 5

6th Avenue Wanton Mee
Location: Good Good Eating House, 24 Sixth Ave 276481 Singapore