Situated at a dingy corner of Ang Mo Kio block 338 coffee shop, Ji De Lai churns out traditional wanton noodles that anyone will enjoy.
Their noodles were chewy and soft, perfectly blanched and thrown into the mix of pork oil and assortment of sauces, tasted light yet flavourful.
Char siew slices slightly tough but still enjoyable. Wantons were bite-size wrapped, packed with well marinated minced pork that guarantees happiness in every single one.
The main attraction to Ji De Lai wanton noodles was definitely their sauce mix and noodles, as it took us no time at all for us to finish our noodles. Slurpilicious ^^
$3 for a plate of wanton mee in Ang Mo Kio with such intense quality is definitely recommended.
|Monday||6am – 2pm|
|Tuesday||6am – 2pm|
|Thursday||6am – 2pm|
|Friday||6am – 2pm|
|Saturday||6am – 2pm|
|Sunday||6am – 2pm|
Block 338 Ang Mo Kio Ave 1, Singapore 560338