To begin with, I was totally amazed at how they charge! On their signboard you'd see that their noodles come in 2 prices, $2.50/$3. I wanted to order a bigger bowl, so I asked for $3 wanton mee, only to realize that $3 does not mean more noodles and char siew, but it means "do you want more noodles or more char siew?" I really cannot believe this actually happens! And from the noodles I ordered, it seems like a bowl of $3 noodles can fill up your tummy only as much as the $2.50 one.
Plus, their char siew is bad. It just tasted like pork and nothing else, with not even a single bit of that sweet-sauce-taste at all. From the meat itself, you can actually tell that the char siew was not very well marinated, if that's how you describe it. And there was really very minimal number of slices of meat..
The chilli was bad too. I don't quite know how to describe it but it didn't go with the noodles at all. I like my noodles spicy, but by adding that chilli I think I made my noodles less edible.
But there's one good thing about this place, that is the fried wanton they sell. It's very crispy and tasty and you actually can get a bowl of it as a side dish, at a price as much as a bowl of noodles..
But actually, I do suggest that if you’re nearby and are craving for noodles, you might wanna spend a bit more time queueing at the fishball noodles shop that’s diagonally opposite. It's more value for money, better quality and more filling.
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