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    Jalan-Jalan for Tummy-Filling Wanton Mee: Yap Kee at Holland Drive Market

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    In the bustling heart of Holland Drive Market, where the clinking of chopsticks and the slurping of noodles create a symphony of flavors, we embarked on a culinary escapade at Yap Kee Wanton Egg Noodles. Nestled in a corner of this foodie haven, Yap Kee’s modest hawker stall beckoned us with the promise of traditional, old-school Wanton Mee.

    Chewy Noodles with a Sprightly Twist

    First things first, we ordered a regular-sized plate of Wanton Mee, priced at a pocket-friendly $4.50. The noodles, served fresh and piping hot, were a delightful tangle of chewy and sprightly strands that immediately set the stage for our culinary journey. The springiness of the noodles was like a playful bounce in every bite, making us nod in approval.

    Char Siew: A Trip Down Memory Lane

    As we dug in, we couldn’t help but reminisce about the good old days. The char siew, though somewhat dry and reminiscent of an old-school flavor, brought a nostalgic smile to our faces. It might not be the juiciest or most succulent char siew we’ve had, but it transported us back to the flavors of yesteryears.

    The Wantons: Small But Subtly Seasoned

    The three wantons that graced our plate were small but surprisingly flavorful. Each bite revealed a subtle seasoning that danced on our taste buds. While they weren’t the biggest or most extravagant, they held their own, adding an extra layer of texture and taste to the dish.

    Noodle Sauce Mix: Pork Lard Magic

    The noodle sauce mix was a symphony of flavors, dominated by the heavenly presence of pork lard. It provided a rich, savory backdrop to the noodles, elevating their taste to another level. The seasoning was subtle, allowing the pork lard to shine through, giving the dish that unmistakable old-school charm.

    Uncle Koo and Auntie Koo: The Heart of the Stall

    One of the highlights of our visit was the warm and welcoming Uncle Koo, the face of this charming stall. Auntie Koo, the culinary wizard behind the scenes, worked tirelessly to craft these delectable dishes. The personal touch they added to the experience was heartwarming, making us feel like part of the family.

    Final Verdict: A Nostalgic Comfort Food

    In conclusion, Yap Kee Wanton Egg Noodles might not claim the title of the best Wanton Mee in town, but it’s a solid choice for those seeking a taste of tradition and nostalgia. At just $4.50 for a regular-sized plate, it’s a wallet-friendly option that leaves you feeling satisfied. So, if you’re in the mood for a comforting bowl of Wanton Mee with a side of old-school charm, pay Uncle Yap a visit at Holland Drive Market. You won’t be disappointed.

    Yap Kee Wanton Egg Noodles Opening Hours and Location

    Monday6:30 am – 2 pm
    Tuesday6:30 am – 2 pm
    Thursday6:30 am – 2 pm
    Friday6:30 am – 2 pm
    Saturday6:30 am – 2 pm
    Sunday6:30 am – 2 pm

    Address: 44 Holland Dr, #02-04, Singapore 270044, Holland Drive Market and Food Centre


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