First things first, this Wanton Mee stall only opened 4 hours at night!
On a visit at 10:30pm on a weekday, the entire food centre was filled with patrons, and only two stalls were opened – this and the drink stall. Benches were filled with couples, elders and solo customers splurging off the springy noodles. Be expected to wait more than half an hour.
Koka Wanton Noodles 可口云吞面食– rated one of the best wanton mee by a local paper, had been passed down three generations since the Yip’s family first roadside stall at Jalan Besar.
It’s distinctive feature was that very thin and QQ noodles, cooked al dente, swimming in watery spicy chilli sauce. For $4 a plate, you would get thinly-sliced pale looking char siew, chinese mushrooms, dry shreds of chicken and choy sum. The portion was small, though the variety of ingredients made the dish more exciting on the pellets.
Overall it was not spectacular, at least not spectacular enough to warrant that 45 minute wait.
Koka Wanton Noodles, North Bridge Road Food Centre Blk 10 North Bridge Road #01-99 Singapore 190010
Opening Hours: 8pm to 12am Closed on Sundays
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