Simple and tasty wanton mee at Teck Ghee Market, YumzYumz tried out Hup Seng Huat Cooked Food’s wanton noodles and let’s see how it faired.
Everywhere we go, there is definitely a stall selling some variations of wanton mee. Whether it is saltier, great char siew, miserable wantons or oilier, there is definitely some difference in certain elements.
For Hup Seng Huat Cooked Food’s wanton noodles variation, noodles were mundane, but their sauce mix was somewhat special. They mixed in the sweet and savoury sauce from their char siew together with the various soy sauces and probably pork lard, and had hints of white pepper.
Char siew were chunky, tender and with additional sauce on them, went really well with the noodles.
Finally on the sides were 3 plump wantons, not overtly big nor miniature, fits nicely in one mouthful which is how wantons should be. Nicely seasoned fillings that pairs nicely with the subtly seasoned soup.
At $3.50, Hup Seng Huat Cooked Food’s wanton noodles at Teck Ghee market is affordable, tasty and filling, which is what Singapore Hawker food is all about.
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