There has been quite a bit of debate of the high commission rates of the 3 delivery platforms – GrabFood, Deliveroo and foodpanda.
It is heartening to see more indie delivery players and also hawkers banding together to come out with ways to get their food sent to your doorsteps safely.
Here are 10 Wanton Mee shops in Singapore that provide islandwide delivery for your consideration:
KinMoo The Thai Noodle House
2 Tan Quee Lan Street #01-02 Singapore 188091
Tel: +65 8795 1188
Opening Hours: 11:30am – 3pm, 5:30pm – 10pm (Mon – Sun)
KinMoo’s famed Thai Wanton Mee is praised for its excellently springy egg noodles, specially made in Singapore according to the owners’ standard.
Thai-style wanton mees are generally dryer compared to other Asian versions, with very minimal sauce.
The noodles are tossed in special sauce and lard oil, then topped with wanton, pork charsiew (made from grilled pork collar), and further topped with (gasp!) more chunks of lard. KinMoo (Tan Quee Lan)
Kin Moo is offering FREE islandwide delivery with a min spend of $50.
Popular items to choose from include Signature Thai Wanton Mee ($7.90), Cha Kang Rao Noodles ($7.90), Mixed Poek Soup ($8.90), Kway Teow or Bee Hoon Nam Kon ($8.90), Pad Thai with Prawns ($8.90), Tom Yum Prawn Soup ($12.90), Chicken Wings ($8.90 – $17), and Thai Fish Cake ($7.90).
Customers are recommended to order at least 2 hours in advance. Quote “TAKEOUT” and receive 15% off the total bill if you would like to pick up your orders instead.
– Order site: https://kin-moo.com/takeaways
– A delivery fee of $12 will be charged if order does not hit $50.
– Islandwide delivery with the exception of offshore islands and restricted zones.
– Tel for further enquiries: +65 8795 1188
Block 151, Ang Mo Kio Avenue 5, stall number 5 Singapore 560151
Tel: +65 9613 3340
Opening Hours: 7am – 3:30pm (Tues – Sun), Closed Mon
The Thai Wanton Noodle stall literally propelled to fame after online reviews, and queues could take anything between 15 minutes to an hour. Bowls go from Regular, Large, to Jumbo.
The winning parts were the QQ chewy egg noodles, cured fish sausage and dried chilli flakes. No sauce was added so customers could find it dry.
Soi 19 Thai Wanton Mee is offering free islandwide delivery with a minimum order of $35.
Items include Soi 10 Thai Wanton Mee ($7.10 for regular, $8.60 for large, $9.80 for jumbo), Fried Pork Rice ($10.80), Pig Trotters Rice ($9.80), Ipoh Curry Noodles ($8), Ipoh Curry Chicken Cutlet Rice ($9.60). Soi 19 Thai Wanton Mee (Ang Mo Kio)
Customers can order via https://soi19.co-enterprise.com.sg/.
ARC 380 @ 380 Jalan Besar 01-09 Singapore 209000
Tel: +65 6935 3072
Opening Hours: 11am – 1:38am (Mon – Sun)
The shop serves up Wanton Noodles along with other sides of Oyster Sauce Vegetable, Boiled Wanton and Fried Wanton.
Price range from $3.50 to $5.80 per item.
The Signature Wanton Noodles ($4.80, $5.80), fortunately or unfortunately, tasted similar to ENG’s Wantan Noodle, with a springy bite and eggy feel to the noodles.
The magical moment happens when you douse the noodles in some of those fiery chilli, which would set your tongue tingling. Wanton Fu (Jalan Besar)
Wanton Fu provides delivery to these areas: Farrer Park / Geylang bahru / Boon Keng / Lavender / Jalan Sultan / Bugis / Kallang.
No minimum order required with delivery charge of:
Under 1km – $5
Under 2km – $6
Under 3km – $7
*Delivery fee will be paid fully to rider.
Daily delivery time between 6pm – 9pm. To order please Whatsapp to +65 6935 3072
Payment by Paylah / Paynow.
Bei-Ing Wanton Noodles 美樱云吞面
50 East Coast Road, Roxy Square 1, #01-64, Singapore 428769
Tel: +65 6440 9511
Opening Hours: 11am – 4:30pm (Mon – Fri), 10am – 4:30pm (Sat – Sun), Last Order 3pm
There are many styles of wanton mee in Singapore, and I would say this is between the Malaysian and Singapore versions, with eggy noodles tossed in a semi-wet dark sauce.
The long thin noodles were semi-firm with a good bite, made more fragrant with all that crunchy pork lard.
Bei-Ing Wanton Noodles at East Coast Road is offering islandwide delivery, with no minimum spending required.
Delivery charges varies depending on location.
Alternatively, you can pick up your order in the comfort of your vehicle at the front entrance of Roxy Square 1 (Along i12).
– Name, Address
– Items from menu and quantity (also include preference for spicy / non-spicy)
– Date & time of pick-up or delivery
– Preferred mode of payment (Cash, PayLah!, Paynow)
– Last order 3pm
Items include Wanton Noodles ($4, $5, $6), Fried or Steamed Dumpling Noodles ($5, $6), Shredded Chicken Horfun ($5, $6), Chicken Katsu Noodles ($6, $7), Wanton or Dumpling Soup ($4, $5, $6), Charsiu ($5, $6), Chicken Katsu ($6, $7) and Charsiu ($5, $6).
One Ton Mee
29 Bendemeer Road, Bendemeer Market & Food Centre #01-09, Singapore 330029
Opening Hours: 6am – 2:30pm (Tues – Sun), Closed Mon
One Ton Mee at Bendemeer Market & Food Centre will be both takeaway and delivery services.
Items include Sarawak Kolo Mee ($5), Wanton Mee ($4), Pancake ($1.20 each), Bak Chang/ Nonya Chang ($2.50 each).
SMS or whatsapp your orders to +65 9154 9322.
– Tuesday to Sunday 10am -2pm
– Min Order At $10
– Charges at $6 .
– Payment by Paynow/Paylah!
For a start they are only able to deliver to places not more than 8km (search ‘One Ton Mee’ in Google Map from the delivery location of Singapore 330029).
Bee Kee Truffle Wanton Noodle
Serangoon Outlet: Blk 2 Lorong Lew Lian FoodPark Singapore 531002
Opening Hours: 7am – 2pm (Mon), 7am – 8pm (Tues – Sun, PH)
Downtown Outlet (CBD): 5 Cross Street #01-15 Market Street Interim Hawker Centre Singapore 048481
Opening Hours: 7am – 2:30pm (Mon – Fri)
So, our humble local Wanton Mee with truffle ($6.50).
Bee Kee uses some white truffle oil from Urbani Tartufi, made of sunflower seed oil infused with white truffle flavour and soya sauce on its base.
The noodles contain slices of char siew and both soup-style and deep fried wanton.
The combination somehow worked very well, as Bee Kee takes on a lighter approach in the use of seasoning, which allows the faint aroma of the truffle oil to surface through. On its own, the noodles are moderately decent, old-school style.
WhatsApp +65 9226 7686 for pre-orders and self-collection. Delivery available islandwide.
Mains include Original Wanton Noodles ($3.50, $4.50), Braised Pork Soft Bone Noodles ($4.50, $5.50), Crispy Fried Wantons ($3.50, $4.50), Wanton Soup ($3.50, $4.50), Wantons in Chilli Vinegar Sauce ($4.50, $6), Truffle Wanton Noodles ($6.50, $8.50), and Truffle Braised Pork Soft Bone Noodles ($7.50, $9.50).
ENG’s Wantan Noodles
287 Tanjong Katong Road, Singapore 437070
Opening Hours: 11am – 9pm (Mon – Sun)
ENG’s Wantan 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).
From a humble stall at Dunman Food Centre (and after some drama), they have expanded to become a chain noodle store found in many malls around Singapore.
Customers can also order side dishes of Boiled Wantan, Fried Wantan, and Oyster Sauce Vegetable, which are probably just excuses to have more of the chilli sauce. ENG’s Wantan Noodle (Tanjong Katong Road)
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.
ENG’s Char Siew Wantan Mee
470 North Bridge Road #03-21 Bugis Cube Singapore 188735
Opening Hours: 10:30am – 8pm (Mon – Sat), Closed Sun, PH
Just so you know, there are two different “ENGs” selling Wanton Noodles in Singapore which branched out from the famous wanton noodles stall at Dunman Food Centre known for its fiery chilli sauce.
This is called “Eng’s Char Siew Wantan Mee”, which is operated under the son and two daughters of the founder.
The main shop is at 248 Tanjong Katong Road, while this branch is located on Level 3 of Bugis Cube (right opposite Bugis Junction).
Its menu is lean, with signature Wantan Mee ($4.50, $5.50), Boiled Wantan ($3, $4, $5), Fried Wantan ($3, $4, $5), and Boiled Vegetables ($3, $4, $5).
If you are craving a good old-school bowl of Wanton Mee, then you can head over here. Give it a good toss, and you should enjoy the flavourful mix and pork lard fragrance.
Via https://engs.ezqr.sg/ Delivery charges are based on location & 100% go to PHV drivers.
Tanjong Rhu Wanton Mee 金记丹戎禺云吞面 – Original Branch
4A Jln Batu, Singapore 432004 Jln Batu, Singapore 432004
Opening Hours: 7:30am – 2:30pm (Tues – Sun), Closed Mon
Tanjong Rhu Wanton Mee 金记丹戎禺云吞面 at 4A Jalan Batu is known for its old-school style wanton noodles, enjoying long queues especially after being featured in a number of TV shows and media reports.
There appears to be a number of branches (or franchises) around, from Blk 266B Ang Mo Kio Avenue 1, Blk 722 Clementi West Street 2, and West Coast Plaza Level 2 food court.
Tanjong Rhu’s version reminded me of those I used to have in the old kopitiam – thin egg noodles, not too much seasoning and came alive with the mix of chilli sauce and lard oil, while the rest of the ingredients were just less impressive.
The draw was the springy noodles with a firm bite. Tanjong Rhu Wanton Mee (North Bridge Road)
Order via https://www.wantonmeedelivery.com/order-now
– Flat $5 delivery for distance between 3km from the nearest shop.
– Additional $0.30/km outside of 3km
– Minimum order $30 – $60
– Cash on delivery, Paylah! & Paynow
244P Upper Thomson Road, Singapore 574369
Opening Hours: 10:30am – 2:30am (Mon – Sun)
Oh, this is opened till 2:30am?
This off-the-radar modern Thai restaurant at Upper Thomson stole my heart with its Ba Mee Kiao Moo Dang ($8.00). It was THE SAUCE.
The springy egg noodles tossed in the sweet-salty Thai style fish sauce was still not bad after dabao.
Via Grabfood (available Islandwide), Deliveroo and foodpanda
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