What to eat at Timbre Plus? Wanton noodles perhaps? Let’s take a look at Wong Kee’s tomato char siew wanton noodles in this review.
Besides their usual wanton egg noodles, they have spinach and tomato noodles. Tomato noodles sounds interesting and unique, and hence we went and try it out.
Our sense was, it wasn’t wanton noodles at all, or another variant. It was simple a pasta dish. Texture was lightly tough with subtle tomato acidity presence. It was drizzled not with the usual wanton noodles sauce mix, but a variant of tomato pasta sauce, which quite frankly tasted weird and unappetizing.
For a stall with “Roasted Delights” as its stall name, their char siew was far from being a delight. It was dry and tough, with zero presence of charring.
Next would be their wantons, which were plump and tasty, but in a room temperature soup. Not that the soup had anything worth mentioning, but serving soup which was not warm? Definitely a no no for us. There were 2 wantons in the bowl, with a deep fried wanton on the noodles, which was crispy and tasty.
Ordering was not a pleasant experience, with the staff nonchalant attitude and haphazardly preparing the orders.
At $4 for wanton noodles with an extra 50cents for tomato variant, it was definitely not worth the price nor calories. Not recommended.
|Monday||8am – 3:30pm|
|Tuesday||8am – 3:30pm|
|Wednesday||8am – 3:30pm|
|Thursday||8am – 3:30pm|
|Friday||8am – 3:30pm|
|Saturday||7am – 2:30pm|
73A Ayer Rajah Crescent, Singapore 139957, Timbre+ One North