[Circuit Breaker Special] Eng’s Heritage has launched WhatsApp Islandwide Delivery. WhatsApp 6583239119 or https://wa.me/6583239119 to order.

Customers can also order from Eng’s Wantan Noodle paired with Zhong Zhong Wu Xiang or Eng’s Wantan Noodle & Old Hainan Curry Rice in one order exclusively on Eng’s Heritage WhatsApp Islandwide Delivery.

With more drama than the Star Awards, ENG’s Wantan Noodle has reopened again at its current location of 287 Tanjong Katong Road.

That is when you realise there is ANOTHER Eng’s Char Siew Wantan Mee which has opened just across the road at 248 Tanjong Katong Road.

Apparently, there was a dispute between the family members with business partners.

I first tried the wanton noodles many years again at Dunman Food Centre, at that time helmed by the late founder Mr Ng Ba Eng.

The noodles were known for its springy noodle, and more for the fiery hot chilli sauce which caused many to break out in sweat (and that hot sensation in the throat for some).

The reopened eatery appears to be owned by the previous business. During a weekend visit at the new ENG’s, business was brisk but the wait wasn’t too long at about 15 minutes.

One thing I need to mention, service had become loads better than before.

The servers were polite enough to apologize to customers that they had to share tables, and asked if I needed more pork lard in the bowl.

During my last few visits, people were a lot grouchier.

The Wanton Mee was sold at prices of $4.50 and $5.50.

The $5.50 portion was sizable with many pieces of small dumplings hidden beneath the noodles. However, if you just want a light meal and enjoy more of the seasoning, the $4.50 bowl will do.

Perhaps it is psychological, the noodles have gotten slightly fatter and seasoning tastier – not as bland as my last visit.

The chilli sauce has toned down quite a bit in terms of its spiciness from the good-old-days in Dunman, and I would recommend just adding a small serving as it could distract from the eggy taste of the noodles.

Customers also order side dishes of Boiled Wantan ($3, $5), Fried Wantan ($3, $5) and Oyster Sauce Vegetable ($3, $5) which are probably just excuses to have more of the chilli sauce.

Happy to see a local Wanton Mee shop enjoy roaring business. Now, when is my Kok Kee coming back?

ENG’s Wantan Noodles
287 Tanjong Katong Road, Singapore 437070
Opening Hours: 11am – 9pm (Mon – Sun)

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88 Hong Kong Roast (Tyrwhitt Road)

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  1. I think you should give the one at 248 a try too as it is by the original family members. This is not even the original one, no authencity at all.

    • I’m not sure if you are related to the new 248 set-up across the road, but if you are a Genuine foodie, then you may want to get your palette checked out. I’m not related to either but I live very close by and I’ve tried both on a number of occasions just to give the 348 shop a chance. But seriously, thy cannot make it ! The noodle is soggy and taste very starchy and the wanton in the noodle tastes dead and is relatively hard. In any case, real foodies, please don’t take my word for it, try both and then leave a comment – I just don’t like fake reviews ?

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