What to eat on a hot and warm day in Serangoon Garden hawker centre? Let’s try out a safe option of wanton mee with Serangoon Garden Carrot Cake & Wanton Noodle. With their stall name as that, we hope its gem yet to be covered.
Noodles were there usual mee kia, with extremely wet and greasy sauce mix. Savoury and tasty, but probably way too wet for our liking. Char siew slices were pale but sweet and savoury, and slightly more chunky than most other stalls. Fried wantons pleasant to have, along with 4 tiny cute little wantons in a separate soup bowl. Savoury and tasty, but was way too small… Quantity of noodles and charsiew were ample and sufficient to fill our tummy, and always a great idea to add fried wantons to show a variety of items, and to justify the price of $4.50 for a small order.
Taste and quantity was satisfactory, nothing mind blowing of their wanton noodles. But definitely a wanton noodles that anyone will enjoy without much expectations.
|Monday||7am – 4pm|
|Wednesday||7am – 4pm|
|Thursday||7am – 4pm|
|Friday||7am – 4pm|
|Saturday||7am – 4pm|
|Sunday||7am – 4pm|
49A Serangoon Garden Way, Singapore 555945