Located in the corner of Shunfu Mart, you will find a consistent queue where Dong Nan Wanton Noodles is. They do not have an english signage though, so you will just have to refer to the image above.
Don’t expect Michelin standard, but you can expect traditional wanton noodles. Old school taste? I don’t know what old school taste like, but it certainly tasted what wanton noodles should taste like. Savoury, sweet, chewy and comforting.
Char Siew (Barbecued Pork)
Dong Nan wanton noodles’s char siew is simple yet intense. It carries some sweetness yet not over powering. It compliments the noodles really well.
Their chewy noodles are nicely cooked through, enough to carry the well mixed sauce at the bottom.
The wantons are sufficiently stuffed, unlike some other stalls that I know of who are stingy on this (somewhere in Ang Mo Kio ^^). Nothing to shout about the soup, although we did spot many cloves of garlic floating on top of the broth when the uncle was cooking.
At the end of it all, the decently priced plate ($3) of well plated wanton noodles was gobbled up within a few minutes. It was simple yet satisfying.
#02-04, Shunfu Mart, 320 SHUNFU ROAD, 570320