Here are our 2022 top 10 wanton mee in Singapore that we feel is worthy of ranking. We always believe in 3 aspects of any food : quality, quantity and attitude. It may not be in line with how some people ranks or feels about food, but that is our approach. This is by no means an exhaustive list, but it definitely gives an indication of YumzYumz sentiments.
- Ang Mo Kio 453 Wanton Noodle
- Ji Ji Wanton Noodle Specialist
- Chef Kang’s Noodle House
- Huang Kee (黄记) Hong Kong Style Wanton Noodle
- Bei-Ing Wanton Mee
- Sure come Back Wanton Mee
- Koung’s Wan Tan Noodles
- Hua Kee Hougang Famous Wanton Mee
- Ah Wing’s Wanton Mee
- Wen Kang Ji Wanton Noodle 文康記
Ang Mo Kio 453 Wanton Noodle
Coming in on our 1st spot is Ang Mo Kio 453 wanton noodles! First off, their charsiew were chunky, amazingly tender, well caramelized, savoury and sweet. Noodles were well blanched, and held well to their awesome sauce mix. Definitely a healthy dose of lard oil for the extra fragrance, and an array of other sauces that weren’t overtly added that obscures the senses. And the mixed in chili ain’t too spicy. There was a sprinkle of tiny chunks of crunchy, cripsy fried pork lard for the extra texture and flavour. So delicious! 3 wantons were given, and they were plump, savoury, but lacking on texture. Still yummy though.
Ang Mo Kio 453 Wanton Noodle food review
Address : Blk 162 Ang Mo Kio Ave 4, #01-28, 560162
Ji Ji Wanton Noodle Specialist
Second place goes to the famous Ji Ji Wanton Noodle Specialist. Their char siew is so tender, it certainly provides a depth of texture and flavour to every mouthful of this bowl made in heaven. Just look at the crispy and light pork lard. The layers of flavour and texture in one bowl is simply amazing. Further adding to texture depth are their crispy deep fried wantons.
Ji Ji Wanton Noodle Specialist wanton mee food review
Address : Block 531A, Upper Cross Street, Level 2 #02-49, Hong Lim Food Complex
Chef Kang’s Noodle House
In 3rd place, we have Chef Kang’s wanton mee. This had got to be one of the best wanton mee we had, particularly their famous char siew. Char siew slices were thick and chunky, caramelized on the exterior, sweet and savoury. Its interior was delectable and lucious, almost creamy and melts in the mouth char siew. Fatty yet not off putting, it was the epitome of how char siew should be. Absolutely accentuating and satisfied. Noodles were not the usual mee kia with strong alkaline taste, but rather smooth and chewy, yet held up its glorious sauce mix, giving off a pleasant sheen.
Chef Kang’s Noodle House wanton mee food review
Address : 11 Lor 3 Toa Payoh, Block C Jackson Square, Singapore 319579
Huang Kee (黄记) Hong Kong Style Wanton Noodle
Coming in at 4th place is Huang Kee (黄记) Hong Kong Style Wanton Noodle. Their sauce was the central ingredient in making this vibrant dish pop. It was thick, subtly sweet and savoury, full-bodied and intricate. Coupled with their chunky char siew which were sweet and distinct, it was a match made in the heavenly kitchen. Rarely would you find other vegetables except for the usual cai xin.
Huang Kee (黄记) Hong Kong Style Wanton Noodle food review
Address : 266 Compassvale Bow, Singapore 540266
Bei-Ing Wonton Noodle 美樱雲吞麵 Roxy Square
Coming in at 5th place is Bei-Ing Wonton Noodle. Char siew were definitely the main star of Bei-Ing wanton noodles. Although lacking with fat ratio, consisting more of lean meat, it was perhaps one of the tenderest lean char siew we had. Their char siew was succulently tenderlicious, oozing with juice and sauce, with caramelizing action around its edges. Sweet yet savoury, almost velvety smooth texture yet meaty and hearty, generous with a good thickness to each slice. Definitely a healthy healing element to any soul.
Bei-Ing Wonton Noodle 美樱雲吞麵 Roxy Square food review
Address : 50 East Coast Road, #01-64 Roxy Square Food Court, Singapore 428769
Sure Come Back Wanton Mee
Coming in at sweet 6th spot is KSure Come Back Wanton Mee. Served in a classy black bowl with an array of distinct colour combination plated. Deep green hongkong kai lan which were crunchy and lovely to have besides the usual xiao bai cai or cai sim. Noodles were the usual mee kia which were springy and chewy, but with an amazing sauce mix blended in. Sauce mix had the essence from their unique and distinctively effusive char siew. Smoked char siew, with rich smoky flavour was simply a notch above what we had so far.
Sure Come Back Wanton Mee food review
Address : 110 Pasir Ris Central, #02-24, Singapore 519641
Koung’s Wan Tan Mee
At 7th place is Koung’s famous wanton noodles. As we dig into our wanton noodles, the aromatic noodles laden with pork lard was perpetual and effusive. Its sauce mix was slightly greasy but necessary for their distinctive identity and taste. Noodles were springy and chewy, covered beautifully with their gorgeously concocted sauce mix. Irresistible and addictive noodles that Koung’s wanton noodles’ hedonistic power that assaults the senses.
Koung’s Wan Tan Mee food review
Address : 205 Sims Ave, Singapore 387506
Hua Kee Hougang Famous Wan Ton Mee
Sliding in at 8th spot is Koung’s famous wanton noodles. Noodles used at Hua Kee was the thicker and chewier noodles version, not exactly as springy as the usual mee kia, but definitely has more mouthful. Topped with lots of fried shallots, it brought out the needed crispy texture and shallot flavour to the noodles and char siew. Char siew were tender and marinated delicately for the amazing savoury and sweet taste. Although lacking in the charred or caramelizing aspect, it had the needed alluring taste of char siew that can be enjoyed with its delectable noodles.
Hua Kee Hougang Famous Wan Ton Mee food review
Address : 51 Old Airport Rd, #01-02, Singapore 390051
Ah Wing’s Wanton Mee
Coming in at 9th place is Ah Wing’s Wanton Mee. Ah Wing’s wanton noodles had a different touch compared to most other wanton noodles in Singapore, and perhaps because the owners originated from Hongkong. Noodles were the usual thin mee kia, springy and accentuated with their unique sauce mix. It wasn’t thick nor greasy, but harmonious with a runny consistency. It had a rich presence of soy sauce, almost resembling soya sauce chicken.
Ah Wing’s Wanton Mee food review
Address : 7 Empress Rd, #01-108, Singapore 260007
Wen Kang Ji Wanton Noodle 文康記
Finally at 10th spot is Wen Kang Ji Wanton Noodle 文康記. Beautifully plated with their gorgeously roasted char siew laid on top of bright and irresistibly looking noodles. Char siew were generously sliced with thick chunks, fat to lean ratio were evenly distributed, with the fats almost melting in our mouths. Each piece of char siew was tenderlicious, savoury and delectable, almost addictive. Noodles were thicker than the usual mee kia. From our observations, this is usually the kind of noodles that the popular stalls used.
Wen Kang Ji Wanton Noodle 文康記 food review
Address : 505 Beach Rd, Golden Mile Food Centre, B1-29, Singapore 199583
We have come to the end of our Top 10 Best Wanton Mee in Singapore 2022. We hope you enjoyed our listing of wanton mees. Do remember that these wanton mee stalls are not exhaustive. If you have other great wanton mee stalls to recommend us, do drop us a message and we will get down and give it a try. 🙂
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